Meetings With Remarkable Men

In five programmes `Today' reporter Mark Coles goes in search of the vilified - people who at some stage in their careers have been ridiculed, abused or dismissed as mad.

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01Jacques Derrida20000214

In five programmes `Today' reporter Mark Coles goes in search of the vilified - people who at some stage in their careers have been ridiculed, abused or dismissed as mad.

French avant-garde philosopher Jacques Derrida

01Jacques Derrida20000214

In five programmes `Today' reporter Mark Coles goes in search of the vilified - people who at some stage in their careers have been ridiculed, abused or dismissed as mad.

French avant-garde philosopher Jacques Derrida

02Aleister Crowley20000215

Occultist Aleister Crowley, once described as `the wickedest man in the world'.

02Aleister Crowley20000215

Occultist Aleister Crowley, once described as `the wickedest man in the world'.

03Karlheinz Stockhausen20000216

German electronic composer Karlheinz Stockhausen

03Karlheinz Stockhausen20000216

German electronic composer Karlheinz Stockhausen

04Lou Reed20000217

Rock star Lou Reed

04Lou Reed20000217

Rock star Lou Reed

05 LASTJohn Wesley Hardin20000218

John Wesley Hardin, the infamous 19th-century American outlaw immortalised in a Bob Dylan song.

05 LASTJohn Wesley Hardin20000218

John Wesley Hardin, the infamous 19th-century American outlaw immortalised in a Bob Dylan song.