In pictures: Sir David Frost's famous interviewees

Nelson Mandela speaks to Sir David Frost on the set of 'Breakfast with Frost'. Photo: BBC/PA

A look at some of the famous faces interviewed by veteran broadcaster Sir David Frost, who has died of a heart attack, at the age of 74.

Sir David is famously remembered for his series of interviews with former US president Richard Nixon about his role in the 1972 Watergate scandal, but his guest list included many others.

Former US President Richard Nixon was subjected to a grilling from Sir David Credit: Reuters
Muhammed Ali gave Sir David a very colourful interview Credit: Reuters
David Frost speaks to former British MP Enoch Powell best known for his controversial "rivers of blood" speech. Credit: PA Wire
Frost chats to ex-Beatle Paul McCartney at the Savoy Hotel in 1965. Credit: PA Wire
Former Prime Minister Sir Harold Wilson talks David Frost at Yorkshire Television studios Credit: PA Wire
David Frost on the set of the ITV breakfast programme "TV-AM" about to interview HRH Prince Andrew. Credit: Sport & General/S&G Barratts/EMPICS Archive
Nelson Mandela speaks to Sir David Frost on the set of 'Breakfast with Frost'. Credit: BBC/PA
Tony Blair with David Frost on the set of 'Breakfast with Frost'. Credit: BBC/PA Wire
Sir David Frost interviewing then US President George W Bush. Credit: BBC/PA Wire