Ingvar Kamprad, Elizabeth Hawley, Robert Mann, Jon Castle, Dorothy Malone
Obituary series, analysing and celebrating the life stories of people who have recently died. Ingvar Kamprad, Elizabeth Hawley, Robert Mann, Jon Castle and Dorothy Malone.
Photo: Dorothy Malone
Julian Worricker on:
Ingvar Kamprad, the Swedish entrepreneur who founded Ikea and changed the way we furnish our homes
Elizabeth Hawley, journalist turned chronicler, who documented every Himalayan climb from 1963
The musician, Robert Mann, who was the founding first violinist of the Juilliard Quartet
Jon Castle, the Greenpeace activist who captained the first Rainbow Warrior
Oscar-winning actress Dorothy Malone, famous for her role in Peyton Place.
Archive clips from: Outlook, BBC World Service 16/06/10; Profiles: Ingvar Kamprad: Design for Life, BBC 4 08/07/04; Crude Britannia: The Story of North Sea Oil, ep 3. BBC 4 02/07/09; Radio 4 News 10/07/85; Newsbeat, Radio 1 20/06/95.
Last Word spoke to journalist Bertil Torekull.
Born 30 March 1926; died 27 January 2018, aged 91.
Last Word spoke to mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington and BBC journalist Joanna Jolly.
Born 9 November 1923; died 26 January 2018, aged 94.
Last Word spoke to his son Nicholas Mann.
Born 19 January 1920; died 1 January 2018, aged 97.
Last Word spoke to former Greenpeace activist John Sprange.
Born 7 December 1950; died 12 January 2018, aged 67.
Last Word spoke to film critic Angie Errigo.
Born 30 January 1925; died 19 January 2018, aged 92.
|Interviewed Guest||Bertil Torekull|
|Interviewed Guest||Chris Bonington|
|Interviewed Guest||Joanna Jolly|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicholas Mann|
|Interviewed Guest||John Sprange|
|Interviewed Guest||Angie Errigo|