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Last Word

Sir Neville Marriner, Father Gabriele Amorth, Beryl Crockford, Professor Louis Herman, Rod Temperton

Duration: 28 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

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Sir Neville Marriner the conductor who founded the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and led them to become the world's most recorded orchestra.

Father Gabriele Amorth, the Catholic Church's leading exorcist who said he'd tackled over a hundred cases of demonic possession.

Beryl Crockford, one of the first two British women to become rowing world champions.

Professor Louis Herman the American psychologist who caused a sensation by communicating with dolphins.

Rod Temperton, a member of the band Heatwave who wrote a string of hits for Michael Jackson including the title track of his album Thriller.

Producer: Neil George. Show less

Contributors

Interviewed Guest:
Norman Lebrecht
Interviewed Guest:
Steven Isserlis
Interviewed Guest:
John Hooper
Interviewed Guest:
undefined Father Fortea
Interviewed Guest:
Annamarie Phelps
Interviewed Guest:
Chris Dodds
Interviewed Guest:
Adam Pack
Producer:
Neil George

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