Tony Sirico (pictured), José Eduardo dos Santos, Ann Shulgin, Ivana Trump
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Tony Sirico, the former armed robber turned actor who found fame playing the role of mobster Paulie Walnuts in ground-breaking television series The Sopranos.
José Eduardo dos Santos, who ruled Angola as president for 37 years, steering the country through a bloody civil war, and reaping the benefits of an oil boom while being accused of huge levels of corruption.
Ann Shulgin, a therapist who pioneered the use of psychedelics and MDMA in therapy together with her chemist husband Sasha.
And Ivana Trump, the Czechoslovakian skier and model whose marriage to Donald Trump made her a fixture of tabloid and society pages for decades.
Producer: Tim Bano
Interviewed guest: Fr Robert Sirico
Interviewed guest: Dr Justin Pearce
Interviewed guest: Amanda Feilding
Interviewed guest: Professor David Nutt
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