Peter Fonda, Princess Christina of the Netherlands, Geoffrey Paul OBE, Jim Bouton
Matthew Bannister on film star Peter Fonda, Princess Christina of the Netherlands, editor Geoffrey Paul and baseball player Jim Bouton.
Pictured: Peter Fonda
Matthew Bannister on
Peter Fonda, the actor who became a hero of the 1960s counterculture, by riding his Harley Davidson across America in the classic film Easy Rider.
Princess Christina of the Netherlands who was born nearly blind. When her mother Queen Juliana consulted a soothsayer, a constitutional crisis followed.
Geoffrey Paul the respected long serving editor of the Jewish Chronicle.
Jim Bouton, the baseball player whose memoir caused a scandal by revealing the behind the scenes antics of his colleagues.
Interviewed guest: Roger Corman
Interviewed guest: Diane Ladd
Interviewed guest: Tim Bullamore
Interviewed guest: Jenni Frazer
Interviewed guest: Michael Carlson
Producer: Neil George
Archive clips from: Easy Rider, directed by Dennis Hopper, Pando Company Inc./Raybert Productions 1969; The Wild Angels, directed by Roger Corman, American International Pictures 1966; The Trip, directed by Roger Corman, American International Pictures 1967; The Big Fix, directed by Joshua Tickell, Big Picture Ranch/Green Planet Productions 2012; Holland Aka New Princess 1947, Pathe News 1947; Huwelijk Prinses Christina en Jorge Guillermo (1975), Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid 27/06/2013; Sunday Night, BBC One 16/01/1983; The Long Goodbye, directed by Robert Altman, Lion's Gate Films 1973; Jim Bouton: MLB All-Star, EaglesTalent 13/02/2012.
Born 23 February 1940; died 16 August 2019, aged 79.
Last Word spoke to director, producer and actor Roger Corman, and actress Diane Ladd.
Princess Christina of the Netherlands
Born 18 February 1947; died 16 August 2019, aged 72.
Last Word spoke to journalist Tim Bullamore.
Geoffrey Paul OBE
Born 26 March 1929; died 4 August 2019, aged 90.
Last Word spoke to his friend Jenni Frazer, former assistant editor of the Jewish Chronicle.
Born 8 March 1939; died 10 July 2019, aged 80.
Last Word spoke to sports commentator Michael Carlson.