Max Clifford, Norman Baker, Tony Garrett, Virginia Surtees, Keith Chegwin
Matthew Bannister on disgraced publicist Max Clifford, adventurer Norman Baker, businessman Tony Garrett, art historian Virginia Surtees and TV presenter Keith Chegwin.
(Photo: Keith Chegwin)
Matthew Bannister on
The disgraced publicist Max Clifford who was known as the king of the kiss and tell story, made up many tabloid headlines and was convicted of eight charges of indecent assault against teenage girls.
The adventurer Norman Baker who sailed with Thor Heyerdahl from Morocco to Barbados on a papyrus raft called Ra II.
The businessman Tony Garrett who was chairman of Imperial Tobacco and a pioneer of sponsorship deals in sport and the arts.
The art historian Virginia Surtees who championed the pre-Raphaelite painters.
And Keith Chegwin, much loved children's TV presenter and entertainer.
Last Word spoke to journalist Simon Hattenstone, and BBC Media Editor Amol Rajan.
Born 6 April 1943; died 10 December 2017, aged 74.
Last Word spoke to his son Mitchell Baker.
Born 18 November 1928; died 22 November 2017, aged 89.
Last Word spoke to his grandson Charlie Allen.Born 4 July 1918; died 24 October 2017, aged 99.
Last Word spoke to Oliver Basciano, International Editor of ArtReview / ArtReview Asia.
Born 9 January 1917; died 22 September 2017, aged 100.
Born 17 January 1957; died 11 December 2017, aged 60.
|Interviewed Guest||Simon Hattenstone|
|Interviewed Guest||Amol Rajan|
|Interviewed Guest||Mitchell Baker|
|Interviewed Guest||Oliver Basciano|
|Interviewed Guest||Charlie Allen|