Tony Booth, Liliane Bettencourt, William G Stewart, Tom Petty
Matthew Bannister on actor Tony Booth, heiress Lilliane Bettencourt, quizmaster William G Stewart and musician Tom Petty.
Matthew Bannister on
The actor Tony Booth, best known for playing Alf Garnett's left wing son-in-law in the TV comedy Till Death Us Do Part - and notorious for his womanising and heavy drinking. His daughter Cherie Blair shares her memories.
Lillian Bettencourt who was the richest woman in the world - as heiress to the L'Oreal cosmetics group. She was also
embroiled in a bitter court battle over how her fortune should be divided.
William G. Stewart, best known as the host of the long running TV quiz "Fifteen to One", He was also a respected producer and director.
And the rock star Tom Petty - best known for hits like "Free Fallin'" and "I Won't Back Down".
Matthew spoke to his daughter, Cherie Blair.
Born 9 October 1931; died 25 September 2017, aged 85.
Matthew spoke to Thomas A Sancton, author of The Bettencourt Affair.
Born 21 October 1922; died 21 September 2017, aged 94.
William G Stewart
Matthew spoke to his wife Laura Stewart, and his friend and colleague Lord Michael Grade.
Born 15 July 1933; died 21 September 2017, aged 84.
Matthew spoke to writer David Hepworth.
Born 20 October 1950; died 2 October 2017, aged 66.
|Interviewed Guest||Cherie Blair|
|Interviewed Guest||Thomas A Sancton|
|Interviewed Guest||Laura Stewart|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Grade|
|Interviewed Guest||David Hepworth|