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Hans Rausing, Sir Dawda Jawara, Sue Crockford, Terrance Dicks

Matthew Bannister on industrialist Hans Rausing, President Sir Dawda Jawara, feminist Sue Crockford and writer Terrance Dicks.

Matthew Bannister on

Hans Rausing, the Swedish-born industrialist who led the Tetra Pak company. In the 1990s he topped the Sunday Times Rich List ahead of the Queen. His daughter Sigrid pays tribute.

Sir Dawda Jawara the first President of independent Gambia who faced two coup attempts.

Sue Crockford, a feminist campaigner who made influential films about the social history of North London.

Terrance Dicks, who was screenwriter and script editor for Dr Who and also wrote novelisations of the series.

Producer: Neil George

Interviewed Guest: Esau Williams
Interviewed Guest: Matthew Sweet
Interviewed Guest: Sigrid Rausing
Interviewed Guest: Margaret Dickinson
Interviewed Guest: Anna Davin

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28 minutes

Hans Rausing

Born 25 March 1926; died 30 August 2019, aged 93
Last Word spoke to his daughter Sigrid Rausing

Sir Dawda Jawara

Born 16 May 1924; died 27 August 2019, aged 95
Last Word spoke to BBC Focus on Africa presenter Esau Williams 

Sue Crockford

Born 20 February 1943; died 29 June 2019, aged 76

Terrance Dicks

Born 14 April 1935; died 29 August 2019, aged 84
Last Word spoke to broadcaster Matthew Sweet