Daphne Caruana Galizia, Fats Domino, Rodney Bickerstaffe, Geoffrey Schild, Rosemary Leach
Matthew Bannister on journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, musician Fats Domino, union leader Rodney Bickerstaffe, virologist Geoffrey Schild and actress Rosemary Leach.
Matthew Bannister on
The campaigning Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia who was killed by a car bomb after exposing corruption in politics and business.
Fats Domino - the rock and roll pioneer who was second only to Elvis in record sales.
Rodney Bickerstaffe, the trade union leader who campaigned for the minimum wage.
Geoffrey Schild, the virologist who laid the foundations for the creation of a universal flu vaccine.
And Rosemary Leach, the actress best known for roles in Jewel In The Crown on TV, A Room With A View on film and 84 Charing Cross Road on stage.
Daphne Caruana Galizia
Last Word spoke to her sister Corinne Vella, and journalist Mario Xuereb.
Born 26 August 1964; died 16 October 2017, aged 53.
Last Word spoke to music journalist Garth Cartwright.
Born 26 February 1928; died 24 October 2017, aged 89.
Last Word spoke to Nick Jones, former BBC political correspondent.
Born 6 April 1945; died 3 October 2017, aged 72.
Last Word spoke to virologist Professor John Oxford.
Born 28 November 1935; died 3 August 2017, aged 81.
Last Word spoke to her husband, Colin Starkey.
Born 18 December 1935; died 21 October 2017, aged 81.
|Interviewed Guest||Garth Cartwright|
|Interviewed Guest||Colin Starkey|
|Interviewed Guest||Nick Jones|
|Interviewed Guest||Corinne Vella|
|Interviewed Guest||Mario Xuereb|
|Interviewed Guest||John Oxford|