Professor Heinz Wolff, Aline Countess of Romanones, Tony Whitten, Fritz Lustig, Keely Smith
Matthew Bannister on bioengineer Professor Heinz Wolff, spy Aline, Countess of Romanones, conservationist Tony Whitten, secret listener Fritz Lustig and singer Keely Smith.
Photo: Professor Heinz Wolff
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Professor Heinz Wolff, the bioengineer who was known to millions of TV viewers as the presenter of "The Great Egg Race".
Aline, Countess of Romanones, the model and socialite who wrote best selling books based on her experiences of spying on the Nazis during the war.
Tony Whitten, the passionate conservationist who had eleven species named after him.
Fritz Lustig who worked as a wartime secret listener, eavesdropping on the conversations of German prisoners of war.
And the singer Keely Smith who, with her husband Louis Prima, became one of the most successful Las Vegas acts of the 1950s.
Professor Heinz Wolff
Last Word spoke to his son Laurence Wolff, his granddaughter Iona Wolff, and Dr Gabriella Spinelli, Reader in Design Innovation at Brunel University.
Born 29 April 1928; died 15 December 2017, aged 89.
Aline, Countess of Romanones
Last Word spoke to her former secretary Jennifer Egan, and Charles Pinck, President of The OSS Society.
Born 22 May 1923; died 11 December 2017, aged 94.
Last Word spoke to Martin Palmer, Secretary General of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation, and his friend and colleague Elizabeth Bennett.
Born 10 April 1953; died 29 November 2017, aged 64.
Last Word spoke to his son, Robin Lustig.
Born 31 March 1919; died 18 December 2017, aged 98.
Last Word spoke to presenter Russell Davies.
Born 9 March 1928; died 16 December 2017, aged 89.
|Interviewed Guest||Martin Palmer|
|Interviewed Guest||Elizabeth Bennett|
|Interviewed Guest||Laurence Wolff|
|Interviewed Guest||Iona Wolff|
|Interviewed Guest||Gabriella Spinelli|
|Interviewed Guest||Russell Davies|
|Interviewed Guest||Jennifer Egan|
|Interviewed Guest||Charles Pinck|
|Interviewed Guest||Robin Lustig|