Barbara Bush, Milos Forman, Dame Daphne Sheldrick, Livia Gollancz, Dale Winton
Matthew Bannister on former US first lady Barbara Bush, film director Milos Forman, conservationist Daphne Sheldrick, publisher Livia Gollancz, TV and radio presenter Dale Winton.
Matthew Bannister on
Barbara Bush, the first woman in history to see both her husband and son sworn in as President of the USA.
Milos Forman, the film director who made Amadeus and the multi Oscar winning One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
Dame Daphne Sheldrick who devoted her life to saving elephants orphaned by poachers and other Kenyan wild animals.
Livia Gollancz, the french horn player who took over the running of the family's successful publishing house from her father.
And Dale Winton who presented Pick of the Pops on radio and Supermarket Sweep on TV.
Producer: Neil George.
Born 8 June 1925; died 17 April 2018 aged 92.
Last Word spoke to Kate Brower who interviewed her for her book First Women: The Grace and Power of America's Modern First Ladies and to Chris Frangione, Interim CEO at Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.
Born 18 February 1932; died 13 April 2018 aged 86.
Film writer Angie Errigo pays tribute.
Dame Daphne Sheldrick
Born 4 June 1934; died 12 April 2018 aged 83.
Matthew spoke to her daughter, Angela Sheldrick.
Born 25 May 1920; died 29 March 2018 aged 97.
Matthew spoke to Joanna Goldsworthy who worked with her and to Paul Barritt of the Halle Orchestra.
Last Word spoke to his friend, the broadcaster David Lloyd.
Born 22 May 1955; died 18 April 2018 aged 62.
|Interviewed Guest||Kate Brower|
|Interviewed Guest||Chris Frangione|
|Interviewed Guest||Angie Errigo|
|Interviewed Guest||Angela Sheldrick|
|Interviewed Guest||Joanna Goldsworthy|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Barritt|
|Interviewed Guest||David Lloyd|