Sister Wendy Beckett, Nicolas Roeg, Inge Borkh, Professor Sir Aaron Klug, Geoff Emerick
Julian Worricker on art historian Sister Wendy Beckett, director Nicolas Roeg, operatic singer Inge Borkh, scientist Professor Sir Aaron Klug and sound engineer Geoff Emerick.
Pictured: Sister Wendy Beckett
Julian Worricker on:
The nun, Sister Wendy Beckett, who became an unlikely television star when she brought her knowledge of the history of art to the small screen...
Nicolas Roeg, the film director behind such classics as Don't Look Now and The Man Who Fell to Earth...
The German soprano, Inge Borkh, described as one of the most exciting operatic performers of her era...
The Nobel prize winning scientist, Professor Sir Aaron Klug, credited with ground-breaking work on the structure of viruses...
And Geoff Emerick, a recording engineer regarded as the technical genius behind the sound of the Beatles...
Producer: Paula McGinley
Sister Wendy Beckett
Born 25 February 1930; died 26 December 2018, aged 88
Last Word spoke to friend and book publicist, Gina Rozner
Born 15 August 1928; died 23 November 2018, aged 90
Last Word spoke to actress, Jenny Agutter
Last Word spoke to opera professional, Roger Pines
Professor Sir Aaron Klug
Born 11 August 1926; died 20 November 2018, aged 92
Last Word spoke to his son David Klug
Born 5 December 1945; died 2 October 2018, aged 72
Last Word spoke to sound engineer, Dave Harries