Adam Watson John Hugh "Adam" Watson (August 10, 1914 – August 24, 2007) was a British International relations theorist and researcher.
Adrian Dixon Adrian Kendal Dixon FRCR, FRCP, FRCS, FMedSci (born 1948) is the Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge.
Adrian Liddell Hart Adrian Liddell Hart (1922–1991) was a British soldier, Royal Navy officer, author and adventurer.
Adrian Partington Adrian Partington is an English conductor, chorus master, organist and pianist.
Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Caiger-Smith MBE (born 1930) is a British studio potter and writer on pottery.
Alan Howarth, Baron Howarth of Newport Alan Thomas Howarth, Baron Howarth of Newport, CBE, PC, (born 11 June 1944) is a British Labour Party politician who was a Member of Parliament (MP) from 1983 until 2005.
Alan M. Taylor Alan M. Taylor (born November 15, 1964) is a professor of economics and finance at the University of California, Davis.
Alan Turing Alan Mathison Turing, OBE, FRS (23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954) was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, computer scientist and philosopher.
Alastair Goodlad, Baron Goodlad Alastair Robertson Goodlad, Baron Goodlad, PC, (born 4 July 1943) is a British Conservative politician who served as the British High Commissioner to Australia from 2000 until 2005.
Alex Moulton Alexander Eric ("Alex") Moulton CBE, FREng (9 April 1920 – 9 December 2012) was an English engineer and inventor, specialising in suspension design.
Alex Stobbs Alexander 'Alex' Brett Stobbs (born 30 January 1990), (Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England) is a British musician with cystic fibrosis who was the subject of the Channel 4 Cutting Edge documentar...
Alexander Knox Helm Sir (Alexander) Knox Helm GBE (Born Dumfries, Scotland, 23 March 1893 – Died at sea, 7 March 1964), British diplomat, was Ambassador to Turkey and the last Governor-General of the Sudan.
Alice Lowe Alice Eva Lowe (born 3 April 1977) is an English actress and writer, mainly in comedy.
Amy Barger Dr. Amy J. Barger (born January 18, 1971) is an American astronomer whose discoveries have most concerned quasars, black holes, and other far distant objects.
Anatole Kaletsky Anatole Kaletsky (born June 1, 1952) is an economist and journalist based in the United Kingdom.
Andrew Boggis Andrew Gurdon Boggis (born 1 April 1954) is an English schoolmaster.
Angus Calder Angus Lindsay Ritchie-Calder (5 February 1942 – 5 June 2008) was a Scottish academic, writer, historian, educator and literary editor with a background in English literature, politics and cultur...
Anthony Allen (lawyer) Anthony Allen (died 11 April 1754) was an English lawyer and antiquary Allen was born at Great Hadham in Hertfordshire, about the end of the seventeenth century.
Anthony Ascham Anthony Ascham was a British academic, political theorist, Parliamentarian and diplomat.
Anthony Collins Anthony Collins (21 June 1676 – 13 December 1729), was an English philosopher, and a proponent of deism.
Anthony Figgis Sir Anthony Figgis, (born October 1940) was Her Majesty's Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps in the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom from 2001 to 2008.
Anthony Giddens, Baron Giddens Anthony Giddens, Baron Giddens (born 8 January 1938), is a British sociologist who is known for his theory of structuration and his holistic view of modern societies.
Anthony Tremlett Anthony Paul Tremlett was an Anglican Suffragan Bishop in the second half of the 20th century.
Anthony Wall (film-maker) Anthony Wall is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose lifelong contribution to cinema has been honoured with the Special Medallion of the Telluride film festival.
Anthony Wotton Anthony Wotton (c. 1561 – 1626) was an English clergyman and controversialist, of Puritan views.
Archibald Rollo Graham Campbell The Rt Rev Archibald Rollo Graham-Campbell, CBE (18 February 1903 - 11 April 1978) was an Anglican Bishop in the mid 20th century.
Arthur Augustus Tilley Arthur Augustus Tilley (1 December 1851 – 4 December 1942) was an academic of the University of Cambridge.
Arthur Cecil Pigou Arthur Cecil Pigou (18 November 1877 – 7 March 1959) was an English economist.
Arthur Frederick Dobbs Arthur Frederick Dobbs (31 March 1876–16 February 1955) was a Unionist politician in Northern Ireland.
Arthur John Maclean Arthur John MacLean (6 July 1858 – 24 February 1943) was an Anglican bishop in the later decades of the 19th century and first four of the 20th century.
Arthur Maclean Arthur John MacLean (6 July 1858 – 24 February 1943) was an Anglican bishop in the later decades of the 19th century and first four of the 20th century.
Arthur Perowne Arthur William Thomson Perowne (13 June 1867 – 9 April 1948) was an Anglican bishop in Britain.
Arthur Pillans Laurie Arthur Pillans Laurie (1861-1949) was a Scottish chemist who pioneered the scientific analysis of paintings.
Arthur Somervell Sir Arthur Somervell (5 June 18632 May 1937) was an English composer, and after Hubert Parry one of the most successful and influential writers of art song in the English music renaissance of th...
Arthur Waley Arthur David Waley, CH, CBE (Japanese: アーサー・ウェイリー, 19 August 1889 – 27 June 1966) was an English orientalist and sinologist.
Arthur William Hill Sir Arthur William Hill FLS FRS (11 October 1875 Watford - 3 November 1941), was Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and a noted botanist and taxonomist.
Atta ur Rahman Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, D.Phil., TI, SI HI, NI, is a leading scientist and scholar in the field of organic chemistry from Pakistan, especially renowned for his research in the various areas relatin...
Atul Chandra Chatterjee Sir Atul Chandra Chatterjee GCIE, KCSI, ICS (24 November 1874 - 8 September 1955) was an Indian diplomat and government official who served as the Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom ...
Bartholomew Clerke Bartholomew Clerke (1537?-1590) was an English jurist, politician and diplomat.
Basanta Mullick Sir Basanta Kumar Mullick (2 August 1868 – 1 October 1931) was an Indian civil servant and judge.
Ben Laurie Ben Laurie is a software engineer, protocol designer and cryptographer.
Benedict Mason Benedict Mason, born on 23 February 1954, is a British composer.
Benjamin Bayl Benjamin Bayl (born 1978 Sydney) has been Musical Director of Orchestra of the City since its inception in April 2003, and was Assistant Conductor to the Budapest Festival Orchestra from 2006 to...
Bertram Bowyer, 2nd Baron Denham Bertram Stanley Mitford Bowyer, 2nd Baron Denham, KBE, PC is a British Conservative politician and member of the House of Lords as one of the remaining hereditary peers.
Bertrand Hallward Bertrand Hallward (24 May 1901 – 17 November 2003) was the first Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham.
Bill Buford Bill Buford (born 1954) is an American author and journalist.
Bob Feilden Geoffrey Bertram Robert Feilden CBE FRS FREng FIMechE (20 February 1917 – 1 May 2004) was a mechanical engineer, and an important part of the Power Jets team that developed the first jet engine ...
Bob Jackson (priest) Robert 'Bob' Jackson (born 21 June 1949, Sheffield, England), is an Anglican priest who has extensively researched, written and consulted on the subject of church growth.
Brian Kay Brian Christopher Kay (born 12 May 1944) is an English radio presenter, conductor and singer.
Brooke Benjamin Thomas Brooke Benjamin, FRS was an English mathematical physicist and mathematician, best known for his work in mathematical analysis and fluid mechanics, especially in applications of nonlinear...
Bryan Appleyard Bryan Appleyard (born 24 August 1951, Manchester) is a British journalist and author.
C. Brian Haselgrove Colin Brian Haselgrove (26 September 1926 – 27 May 1964) was an English mathematician who is best known for his disproof of the Pólya conjecture in 1958.
C. G. H. Simon Christopher Gordon Horsfall Simon JP, known as C. G. H. Simon, was a British General Commissioner of Income Tax.
C. R. Rao Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao (ಕಲ್ಯಾಂಪುದಿ ರಾಧಾಕೃಷ್ಣ ರಾಯ) FRS known as C R Rao (born September 10, 1920) is an Indian statistician.
Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao, FRS known as C R Rao (born 10 September 1920) is an Indian American mathematician and statistician.
Cecil Whiteley Judge George Cecil Whiteley KC MA DL JP (1875–1942), was Common Serjeant of London from 1933 to 1942 and a Judge at the Mayor's and City of London Court.
Chai Keong Toh Chai Keong Toh (a.k.a. C.K. Toh) is an engineer, academic professor, and industry leader.
Charles Aldworth Charles Aldworth (1677 - 21 September 1714) was an English politician, MP for New Windsor from 1712 to 1714.
Charles Clarke Charles Rodway Clarke (born 21 September 1950) is a British Labour Party politician, who was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Norwich South from 1997 until 2010, and served as Home Secretary fr...
Charles Daniels (tenor) Charles Daniels is an English tenor, particularly noted for his performances of baroque music.
Charles de Worms Baron Charles George Maurice de Worms (1903-1979) was an English chemist and lepidopterist.
Charles Mosley (genealogist) Charles Gordon Mosley FRSA (14 September 1948 - 5 November 2013) was an author, broadcaster, editor, and publisher, best known for having been Editor-in-Chief of Burke's Peerage & Baronetage...
Charles Nicholl (author) Charles Nicholl is an award-winning English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel.
Charles Old Goodford Charles Old Goodford (15 July 1812, Chilton-Cantelo – 9 May 1884, Eton) was an English headmaster, provost of Eton College.
Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden (baptised 21 March 1714 – 18 April 1794) was an English lawyer, judge and Whig politician who was first to hold the title of Earl of Camden.
Charles Reed Peers Sir Charles Reed Peers, CBE, FRIBA, FSA (22 September 1868 - 16 November 1952) was an English architect, archaeologist and preservationist.
Charles Robert Ashbee Charles Robert Ashbee (17 May 1863 – 23 May 1942) was an English designer and entrepreneur who was a prime mover of the Arts and Crafts movement that took its craft ethic from the works of John...
Charles Simeon Charles Simeon (24 September 1759 – 13 November 1836), was an English evangelical clergyman.
Charles Theodore Barclay Charles Theodore Barclay (17 July 1867 – 30 March 1921) was an English rower who won the Silver Goblets at Henley Royal Regatta.
Charles Todhunter Sir Charles George Todhunter KCSI (16 February 1869 – 1 March 1949) was a New Zealand-born civil servant in British India.
Charles Townsend Harrison Charles Townsend Harrison (11 February 1942 - 6 August 2009), BA Hons (Cantab), MA (Cantab), PhD (London) was a prominent UK art historian who taught Art History for many years and was Emeritus ...
Clement Adams Clement Adams (1519? – 1587), English schoolmaster and author, noted for producing an engraving of Sebastian Cabot's map of the world, sometime after 1544.
Clifford Cocks Clifford Christopher Cocks, CB, (born 28 December 1950) is a British mathematician and cryptographer at Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
Clive Wilmer Clive Wilmer (born 10 February 1945) is a British poet, who has published eight volumes of poetry.
Colin Forbes Adam Colin Gurden Forbes Adam CSI DL was a British civil servant in the Indian Imperial Civil Service.
Colin Hercules Mackenzie Colin Hercules Mackenzie, CMG (1898-1986), scholar, soldier, industrialist and aesthete, was a Special Operations Executive spymaster who led Force 136 throughout the period of its existence dur...
Colin James (bishop) Colin Clement Walter James (20 September 1926 - 10 December 2009) was an Anglican bishop who served in the Church of England.
Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander, CMG, CBE (19 April 1909 – 15 February 1974), was an Irish-born British cryptanalyst, chess player, and chess writer.
Cooper Perry Sir Edwin Cooper Perry, GCVO was a physician and medical administrator who became Vice-Chancellor of the University of London.
Corin Redgrave Corin William Redgrave (16 July 19396 April 2010) was an English actor and political activist.
Dadie Rylands George Humphrey Wolferstan Rylands CH CBE (23 October 1902–16 January 1999), known as Dadie Rylands, was a British literary scholar and theatre director.
Dan McKenzie (geophysicist) Dan Peter McKenzie, CH, FRS is a Professor of Geophysics at the University of Cambridge, and one-time head of the Bullard Laboratories of the Cambridge Department of Earth Sciences.
Dan Vyleta Dan Vyleta is a German–Canadian writer, whose novel The Crooked Maid was shortlisted for the 2013 Scotiabank Giller Prize.
Daniel Massey (actor) Daniel Raymond Massey (10 October 193325 March 1998) was an English actor and performer.
David Abulafia David Samuel Harvard Abulafia (born 12 December 1949) is an influential UK historian with a particular interest in Italy, Spain and the rest of the Mediterranean during the Middle Ages and Renai...
David Baddiel David Lionel Baddiel (born 28 May 1964) is a British comedian, novelist and television presenter.
David Herbert Somerset Cranage The Very Rev David Herbert Somerset Cranage (10 October 1866 – 22 October 1957) was an Anglican Dean in the second quarter of the 20th century.
David Howell, Baron Howell of Guildford David Arthur Russell Howell, Baron Howell of Guildford, PC (born 18 January 1936), is a British Conservative politician, journalist, and economic consultant.
David Ignatius David R. Ignatius (May 26, 1950), is an American journalist and novelist.
David Laws David Anthony Laws PC (born 30 November 1965) is the British Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Yeovil, and the Minister of State for Schools and the Cabinet Office, where he has a cross-...
David Leigh David Leigh is a British journalist and author who is the investigations executive editor of The Guardian.
David Leigh (journalist) David Leigh (born 1946) is a British journalist and author who was the investigations executive editor of The Guardian.
David Lytton-Cobbold, 2nd Baron Cobbold David Antony Fromanteel Lytton-Cobbold, 2nd Baron Cobbold, DL is one of the ninety hereditary peers elected to remain in the House of Lords after the passing of the House of Lords Act 1999 and r...
David Nicholls (theologian) The Reverend David Gwyn Nicholls, DLitt (Oxon) (3 June 1936 – 1996) was the author of more than one hundred publications in the fields of political theology and Caribbean Studies.
David Triesman, Baron Triesman David Maxim Triesman, Baron Triesman (born 30 October 1943), a former Chairman of the Football Association, is a British politician, a Labour member of the House of Lords and previously a minist...
David Willcocks Sir David Valentine Willcocks CBE, MC (born 30 December 1919) is a British choral conductor, organist, and composer.
Deborah L. Wince-Smith Deborah L. Wince-Smith is the President of the United States Council on Competitiveness.
Denis MacEoin Denis M. MacEoin (born 1949, Belfast, Northern Ireland) has been editor of Middle East Quarterly since June 2009.
Dennis Stevenson, Baron Stevenson of Coddenham Henry Dennistoun "Dennis" Stevenson, CBE, DL (born 19 July 1945) was created a life peer as Baron Stevenson of Coddenham, of Coddenham in the County of Suffolk in 1999, and was awarded a C...
Derek Freeman John Derek Freeman (15 August 1916 – 6 July 2001) was a New Zealand anthropologist best known for his criticism of Margaret Mead's work in Samoan society, as described in her 1928 ethnography ...
Derek Oulton Sir Antony Derek Maxwell Oulton, GCB, QC, PhD (Cantab.), M.A. (Cantab.) (born 14 October 1927) is a retired British senior civil servant, was Permanent Secretary of the Lord Chancellor's Departm...
Derek Prince Peter Derek Vaughan Prince (Bangalore, 14 August 1915–Jerusalem, 24 September 2003) was an international Bible teacher whose daily radio programme Derek Prince Legacy Radio (presently ...
Derek Wanless Sir Derek Wanless (29 September 1947 – 22 May 2012) was a former English banker and a former adviser to the Labour Party.
Dilly Knox Alfred Dillwyn "Dilly" Knox, CMG (23 July 1884 – 27 February 1943) was a British classics scholar and papyrologist at King's College, Cambridge and a codebreaker.
Dominic Hibberd John William Dominic Hibberd FRSL (3 November 1941 – 12 August 2012) was an English freelance author, academic and broadcaster, best known for his biographies of the poets Wilfred Owen and...
Donald Beves Donald Howard Beves (1896 – 6 July 1961) was an English academic whose subject was modern languages, and dean and later vice-provost of King's College, Cambridge.
Donald Harris (priest) Donald Bertram Harris (4 August 1904 - 20 January 1996) was Archdeacon of Bedford from 1946 to 1955.
Douglas Guest Douglas Albert Guest CVO (9 May 1916 – 18 November 1996) was an English organist, conductor, teacher and composer.
Douglas Sargent Douglas Noel Sargent (1907–1979) was the third Bishop of Selby.
Dr. G. Raza Bhatti Atta-ur-Rahman, Ph.D., is a leading scientist and scholar in the field of Botany from Pakistan, especially renowned for his research in the various areas relating to Natural conservation and Bio...
E. M. Forster Edward Morgan Forster OM, CH (1 January 18797 June 1970) was an English novelist, short story writer, essayist and librettist.
Edmund Leach Sir Edmund Ronald Leach (7 November 1910 – 6 January 1989) was a British social anthropologist of whom it has been said:
"It is no exaggeration to say that in sheer versatilit...
Edmund Smyth William Edmund Smyth (known as Edmund; 13 April 1858 – 5 April 1950) was an Anglican bishop in the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first two of the twentieth.
Edward Aglionby Edward Aglionby was an English Member of Parliament, official, translator and poet.
Edward Balston Edward Balston (26 November 1817 – 29 November 1891) was an English schoolmaster, Church of England cleric, head master of Eton College from 1862 to 1868 and later Rector of Hitcham, Bucki...
Edward Cobden Edward Cobden, D.D. (1684-1764) was a British divine, poet, and Archdeacon of London, from 1742–1764.
Francis Richards (diplomat) Sir Francis Neville Richards, KCMG, CVO, DL (born 1945), was Her Majesty's Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar from 2003 to 2006.
Francis Walsingham Sir Francis Walsingham (c. 1532 – 6 April 1590) was principal secretary to Queen Elizabeth I of England from 20 December 1573 until his death, and is popularly remembered as her "...
Frank Adcock Sir Frank Ezra Adcock, OBE, FBA (15 April 1886–22 February 1968) was a British classical historian who was Professor of Ancient History at the University of Cambridge between 1925 and 1951.
Frank Morley Frank Morley (September 9, 1860 – October 17, 1937) was a leading mathematician, known mostly for his teaching and research in the fields of algebra and geometry.
Geoffrey Harrison Sir Geoffrey Wedgwood Harrison, GCMG, KCVO (18 July 1908 – 12 April 1990) was a British diplomat, who served as the United Kingdom's ambassador to Brazil, Iran and the Soviet Union.
George Barger George Barger FRS (4 April 1878 – 5 January 1939) was a British chemist.
George Barnes (BBC) Sir George Reginald Barnes (13 September 1904 – 22 September 1960) was a British broadcasting executive, who was a station Controller of both BBC Radio and later BBC Television in the 1940s and ...
George Brooke (conspirator) The Rev. Sir George Brooke (17 April 1568 - 5 December 1603) was an English aristocrat, executed for his part in two plots against the government of King James I.
George Davies (politician) Major Sir George Frederick Davies, CVO (19 April 1875 – 21 June 1950) was a British Conservative Party politician.
George Derwent Thomson George Derwent Thomson (Seoirse Mac Tomáis; Dulwich, London, 1903 – Birmingham, 3 February 1987) was an English classical scholar, Marxist philosopher, and scholar of the Irish language.
George Goad George Goad (died 1671), was the master of Eton College.
George Henry Marten George Henry Marten was an Anglican priest: he was the Archdeacon of Kingston upon Thames from 1931 until 1946.
Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson (6 August 1862 – 3 August 1932), was a British political scientist and philosopher.
Greg Foot Greg Foot (born 6 September 1983) is a British science presenter.
Hal Dixon Dr Henry Berkeley Franks Dixon D.Sc., known as Hal Dixon (16 May 1928–30 July 2008) was a biochemist and Life Fellow of King's College Cambridge.
Hal Dixon (biochemist) Dr Henry Berkeley Franks Dixon D.Sc. (16 May 1928 – 30 July 2008), known as Hal Dixon, was a biochemist and Life Fellow of King's College Cambridge.
Harold Maxwell-Lefroy Harold Maxwell-Lefroy (20 January 1877 - 14 October 1925) was an English entomologist.
Harold Meltzer Harold Meltzer (born 1966 in Brooklyn) is an American composer.
Harold Stuart Sir Harold Arthur Stuart, GCMG, KCSI, KCVO was an Indian Civil Servant, the first Director of the Central Criminal Intelligence Department of India, and later a Home Sercretary to the Government...
Harold Temperley Harold William Vazeille Temperley (20 April 1879 – 11 July 1939) was a British historian, Professor of Modern History at the University of Cambridge from 1931, and Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge.
Henry Blofeld Henry Calthorpe Blofeld, OBE (born 23 September 1939; nicknamed Blowers by Brian Johnston) is an English sports journalist.
Henry Cautley, 1st Baron Cautley Henry Strother Cautley, 1st Baron Cautley KC (9 December 1863 – 21 September 1946), known as Sir Henry Cautley, Bt, from 1924 to 1936, was a British barrister, judge and Conservative polit...
Henry de Candole Henry Handley Vully de Candole was Bishop of Knaresborough from 1949 to 1965.
Henry Hepburne-Scott, 10th Lord Polwarth Henry Alexander Hepburne-Scott, 10th Lord Polwarth TD (17 November 1916 – 4 January 2005) was a Scottish chartered accountant, businessman and Conservative politician.
Henry Walston, Baron Walston Henry David Leonard George Walston, Baron Walston CVO, JP (16 June 1912 – 29 May 1991) was a British farmer, agricultural researcher and politician, firstly for the Liberal Party, then for ...
Herbert Edward Ryle Herbert Edward Ryle KCVO (25 May 1856 – 20 August 1925) was an author, Old Testament scholar and the Dean of Westminster.
Hermann Hauser Hermann Maria Hauser, CBE FRS FREng FinstP CPhys, is an entrepreneur who was born in Vienna, Austria but is primarily associated with Silicon Fen in England.
Hermann Hauser (entrepreneur) Hermann Maria Hauser, CBE FREng FinstP CPhys, is an entrepreneur who was born in Vienna, Austria but is primarily associated with Silicon Fen in England.
Hilary Evans Hilary Agard Evans (6 March 1929 – 27 July 2011) was a British pictorial archivist, author, and researcher into UFOs and other paranormal phenomena.
Horace Alexander Horace Gundry Alexander (18 April 1889 – 30 September 1989) was a British Quaker teacher and writer, pacifist and ornithologist.
Horace Thomas Horace Wyndham Thomas (28 July, 1890 – 3 September, 1916) was a Welsh international rugby union fly-half who played club rugby for Swansea.
Horace Walpole Horatio Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford (24 September 1717 – 2 March 1797) was an English art historian, man of letters, antiquarian and Whig politician.
Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole, PC (8 December 1678 – 5 February 1757), English diplomatist, was a son of Robert Walpole of Houghton, Norfolk, and a younger brother of the Prime Minister of ...
Hubert Doggart Hubert Doggart, O.B.E., MA (born George Hubert Graham Doggart, 18 July 1925, Earl's Court, London) was an English administrator, cricketer and schoolmaster.
Hugh Dalton Edward Hugh John Neale Dalton, Baron Dalton PC (16 August 1887 – 13 February 1962) was a British Labour Party economist and politician who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1945 t...
Hugo Anthony Meynell Hugo Anthony Meynell (born 23 March 1936), Meynell Langley, Derbyshire, England, shortly after the death of his father, Captain Godfrey Meynell, who won the Victoria Cross in action against Afgh...
Humphrey Maud The Honourable Sir Humphrey Maud KCMG (17 April 1934 - 10 November 2013) was a British diplomat.
Ian Lloyd (politician) Sir Ian Stewart Lloyd (30 May 1921 – 25 September 2006) was a British Conservative Party politician.
Ian Lloyd (UK politician) Sir Ian Stewart Lloyd (30 May 1921 – 25 September 2006) was a British Conservative Party politician.
Ian MacDonald Ian MacCormick (pseudonym Ian MacDonald) (3 October 1948 – 20 August 2003) was a British music critic and author, best known for both Revolution in the Head, his forensic history of Th...
Indrajit Gupta Indrajit Gupta (16 March 1919 - 20 February 2001) was a Communist leader who became India's Union Home Minister in the United Front government from 1996 to 1998.
Ivor Montagu The Honorable Ivor Goldsmid Samuel Montagu (23 April 1904, London, England – 5 November 1984, London) was a British filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, film critic, writer, table tennis pla...
J. G. Ballard James Graham "J. G." Ballard (15 November 193019 April 2009) was an English novelist, short story writer, and essayist.
James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton KT PRS (1702 – 12 October 1768) was a Scottish astronomer and representative peer who was President of the Philosophical Society of Edinburgh from its foundati...
James Ferman James Alan Ferman (11 April 1930 – 24 December 2002) was an American television and theatre director.
James Fleetwood James Fleetwood (baptised 25 April 1603, Chalfont St Giles; died 17 July 1683, Hartlebury Castle) was an English clergyman and Bishop of Worcester.
James Hamilton Doggart Dr. James Hamilton Doggart (22 January 1900 – 15 October 1989) was a leading ophthalmologist, lecturer, writer, cricketer, and a member of the Cambridge Apostles and the Bloomsbury Group.
James K. Galbraith James Kenneth Galbraith (born January 29, 1952) is an American economist who writes frequently for mainstream and liberal publications on economic topics.
James Kenneth Stephen James Kenneth Stephen (25 February 1859 – 3 February 1892) was an English poet, and tutor to Prince Albert Victor, eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales.
James Lancelot James Bennett Lancelot (born 2 December 1952) is Master of the Choristers, and has been Cathedral Organist at Durham Cathedral since 1985.
James Lumley James Lumley (c. 1706 – 14 March 1766) was an English Member of Parliament and landowner.
James Mansfield Sir James Mansfield (originally Manfield), SL, KC (1733 – 23 November 1821) was a British lawyer, judge and politician.
James Pounder Whitney James Pounder Whitney (30 November 1857, Marsden, West Yorkshire – 17 June 1939, Cambridge) was a British ecclesiastical historian.
James Vivian James Vivian FRCO (born 1974) is Organist & Director of Music at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
James Welldon James Edward Cowell Welldon (25 April 1854 – 17 June 1937) was an English clergyman, Bishop of Calcutta, and scholar.
Jan Pieńkowski Jan Michel Pieńkowski (born 8 August 1936) is a Polish-born British author of children's books—as illustrator, as writer, and as designer of movable books.
Jeffery Ekins Jeffery Ekins D.D. (died 1791) was an English churchman, Dean of Carlisle Cathedral from 1782.
Jenny Scott Jenny Scott (born 1970) is an English journalist and economist, currently an advisor to the Governor of the Bank of England.
Jeremy Lefroy Jeremy John Elton Lefroy is a British Conservative Party politician who has been Member of Parliament for the Stafford constituency since the 2010 general election.
Jeremy Ward Jeremy Ward is a British classical bassoonist specializing in performances on period instruments.
Jessica Rydill Jessica Rydill is a British fantasy author from the West Country.
Joah Bates Joah Bates (– 8 June 1799) was an English musician.
Jodocus Crull Jodocus Crull, M.D., FRS (1660–1713) was a late 17th-century and early 18th-century "miscellaneous writer" on historical subjects, with political and sociological insights.
Johann Hari Johann Eduard Hari (born 21 January 1979) is a British writer and journalist who has written regular columns for The Independent (London) and The Huffington Post and made contributions t...
John Adams (provost) John Adams D.D. (1662–1720) was an English churchman and provost of King's College, Cambridge.
John Alldis John Alldis (10 August 192920 December 2010) was an English chorus-master and conductor.
John Arden John Arden (26 October 1930 – 28 March 2012) was an English Marxist playwright who at his death was lauded as "one of the most significant British playwrights of the late 1950s and early 60s" Bo...
John Barker (scholar) John Barker (fl. ca. 1471-1482) was first recorded as a King's Scholar at Eton College about 1471.
John Barton (director) John Bernard Adie Barton CBE (born November 26, 1928 in London, England) is a theatrical director.
John Carol Case John Carol Case OBE (27 April 192328 December 2012) was an English baritone.
John Churchill, Marquess of Blandford John Churchill, Marquess of Blandford (13 February 1686 20 February 1703) (sometimes called Charles Churchill) was the heir apparent to the Dukedom of Marlborough as the only surviving son...
John Clapham Sir John Harold Clapham, CBE, LittD, FBA (13 September 1873 – 29 March 1946) was a British economic historian.
John Collins (Andover MP) John Collins (11 July 1624 - 1711) was an English academic and politician who sat in the House of Commons in two periods between 1660 and 1689.
John Doget John Doget (died 1501) was an English diplomat, scholar and Renaissance humanist.
John Dunn (political theorist) John Mountfort Dunn (born 9 September 1940) is emeritus Professor of Political Theory at King's College, Cambridge, and Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanitie...
John Fortune John Fortune (born John Wood; 30 June 1939 – 31 December 2013) was an English satirist, comedian, writer, and actor, best known for his work with John Bird and Rory Bremner on the TV serie...
John Frederick Powell Air Vice-Marshal John Frederick Powell OBE was a long serving-officer at RAF College Cranwell.
John Fretwell Sir John Emsley Fretwell, GCMG (born 15 June 1930) is a retired British diplomat.
John Frith John Frith (1503 – 4 July 1533) was an English Protestant priest, writer, and martyr.
John Galbraith Graham The Reverend John Galbraith Graham MBE (16 February 1921 – 26 November 2013) was a British crossword compiler, best known as Araucaria of The Guardian.
John George Witt John George Witt (24 September 1836, Denny Abbey, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire – 7 February 1906, London) was an English barrister.
John Harington (writer) Sir John Harington (also spelled Harrington) (4 August 1561 – 20 November 1612), of Kelston, was a courtier, author and master of art, popularly known as the inventor of the flush toilet.
John Marshall (archaeologist) Sir John Hubert Marshall, CIE (19 March 1876, Chester, England - 17 August 1958, Guildford, England) was the Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India from 1902 to 1928.
John Maynard Keynes John Maynard Keynes, 1st Baron Keynes, CB, FBA (5 June 1883 – 21 April 1946) was a British economist whose ideas have fundamentally affected the theory and practice of modern macroeconomics, and...
John Wilson (minister) John Wilson (c.1591–1667), was a Puritan clergyman in Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the minister of the First Church of Boston from its beginnings in Charlestown in 1630 unti...
John Wilson (Puritan) John Wilson, was a Puritan clergyman in Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the minister of the First Church of Boston from its beginnings in Charlestown in 1630 until his death in 1667.
John Wilson, 2nd Baron Moran Richard John McMoran Moran Wilson, 2nd Baron Moran KCMG (22 September 1924 - 14 February 2014), known as John Wilson, was a British diplomat.
John Ziman John Michael Ziman (16 May 1925 – 2 January 2005) was a British-born New Zealand physicist and humanist who worked in the area of condensed matter physics.
Josh Appignanesi Josh Appignanesi (born 1975) is a British film director, producer, and screenwriter.
Judith Weir Judith Weir CBE, (born 11 May 1954) is a British composer.
Julian Bell Julian Heward Bell (4 February 1908 – 18 July 1937) was an English poet, and the son of Clive and Vanessa Bell (who was the elder sister of Virginia Woolf).
Julian Bicknell Julian Bicknell MA Dip Arch RIBA FRSA AWG is a British architect.
Julien Temple Julien Temple (born 26 November 1953 in London) is an English film, documentary and music video director.
Kamalesh Sharma Kamalesh Sharma (born 30 September 1941) is the 5th and current Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations from 2008, having previously served as the High Commissioner for India in London.
Karl Pearson Karl Pearson FRS (27 March 1857 – 27 April 1936) (originally named Carl) was an influential English mathematician who has been credited with establishing the discipline of mathematical sta...
Keith Hopkins Morris Keith Hopkins (20 June 1934 – 8 March 2004) was a British historian and sociologist.
Leonard Johnston Wills Professor Leonard Johnston Wills – known as ‘Jack’ to friends and family – was one of the leading British geologists of his generation.
Leonard White-Thomson Leonard Jauncey White-Thomson (15 November 1863 – 31 December 1933) was an Anglican bishop between 1924 and 1933.
Leonel Sharp Leonel Sharp (1559 – 1631) was an English churchman and courtier, a royal chaplain and archdeacon of Berkshire, imprisoned for sedition in 1614.
Les Hatton Les Hatton (born 5 February 1948) is a British-born computer scientist and mathematician most notable for his work in failures and vulnerabilities in software controlled systems.
Leslie Charteris Leslie Charteris (12 May 1907 – 15 April 1993), born Leslie Charles Bowyer-Yin, was a British-American author of primarily mystery fiction, as well as a screenwriter.
Lewis Fry Richardson Lewis Fry Richardson, FRS (11 October 1881 – 30 September 1953) was an English mathematician, physicist, meteorologist, psychologist and pacifist who pioneered modern mathematic...
Lily Cole Lily Luahana Cole (born c. 27 December 1987) is an English model and actress.
Lindsay Clarke Lindsay Clarke (born 1939, Halifax, West Yorkshire) is a British novelist.
Lionel Ford Lionel George Bridges Justice Ford (3 September 1865-27 March 1932) was an Anglican priest who served as Dean of York after two headmasterships at eminent English public schools.
Lionel Grigson Lionel Grigson (12 February 1942 – 14 June 1994) was a British jazz pianist, cornettist, trumpeter, composer and teacher, who in the 1980s started the jazz course at the Guildhall School of Music.
Lucian Nethsingha Lucian Nethsingha (born 1936) is an English cathedral organist, who served in Exeter Cathedral.
Lyndhurst Giblin Professor Lyndhurst Falkiner Giblin DSO MC (29 November 1872 - 1 March 1951) was an Australian statistician and economist.
M. R. James Montague Rhodes James OM, MA, FBA (1 August 1862 – 12 June 1936), who used the publication name M. R. James, was an English author, medieval scholar and provost of King's College, Cambridg...
Mahbub ul Haq Dr. Mahbub-ul-Haq (February 24, 1934 - July 16, 1998; PhD, FPAS), was a Pakistani game theorist, economist, and professor of microeconomics at the University of Karachi who served as the 13th F...
Marcus Dods (musician) Marcus Dods (born 19 April 1918, Edinburgh; died 30 April 1984, Henley-on-Thames), was a British musician and composer.
Mark Aitchison Young Sir Mark Aitchison Young, GCMG was a British administrator who became the Governor of Hong Kong during the years immediately before and after the Japanese occupation of the territory.
Mark Boxer Charles Mark Edward Boxer (19 May 1931 – 20 July 1988) was a British magazine editor and social observer, and a political cartoonist and graphic portrait artist working under the pen-name ‘Marc’.
Mark Sacks Mark D. Sacks (December 29, 1953 – June 17, 2008) was a British philosopher best known for his work on Kant, Post-Kantian idealism, and the epistemological tradition in European Philosophy.
Michael Bruno Michael Peter Bruno (Hebrew: מיכאל ברונו) (born 30 July 1932; died 25 December 1996) was an Israeli economist.
Michael Clapham (industrialist) Sir Michael Clapham (1912 - 2002) was a prominent British Industrialist who served as president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) in the mid-1970s during a period of significant ec...
Michael Kaser Michael Kaser (born in London in 1926) is a British economist who specializes on Central and Eastern Europe and the USSR and its successor states.
Michael Kitson Michael William Lely Kitson was an English art historian.
Michael Mandelbaum Michael Mandelbaum is the Christian A. Herter Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.
Michael Marshall Smith Michael Marshall Smith (born 3 May 1965) is a British novelist, screenwriter and short story writer who also writes as Michael Marshall.
Michael Mates Michael John Mates is a Conservative Party politician who was the Member of Parliament for the constituency of East Hampshire from 1974 to 2010.
Molly J. Crockett Molly J. Crockett is an American neuroscientist noted for her work on human morality, altruism and decision making.
Montagu Norman, 1st Baron Norman Montagu Collet Norman, 1st Baron Norman DSO PC (6 September 1871 – 4 February 1950) was an English banker, best known for his role as the Governor of the Bank of England from 1920 to 1944.
Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary, (محمد اقبال چودھری born September 11, 1959) is a leading scientist and scholar in the field of organic chemistry from Pakistan.
Mushtaq Khan (economist) Mushtaq Husain Khan is a heterodox economist and Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.
Myles Burnyeat Myles Fredric Burnyeat CBE FBA (born 1 January 1939) is an English scholar of ancient philosophy.
Neal Ascherson Charles Neal Ascherson (born 5 October 1932) is a Scottish journalist and writer.
Neil Faulkner (archaeologist) Neil Faulkner is an archaeologist, historian, editor of Military Times, features editor of the magazine Current Archaeology, a tour guide and a lecturer.
Neil Hardwick Robert Neil Hardwick (born July 22, 1948 in Teversal, England) is a British-born Finnish theatre and TV director and writer.
Neil Howlett Neil Howlett (born 24 July 1934) is a retired English operatic baritone who has sung leading roles in major opera houses and festivals in the UK and abroad, including the Royal Opera House, Teat...
Nevile Bland Sir George Nevile Maltby Bland, KCMG, KCVO (6 December 1886 – 19 August 1972) was a British diplomat who served as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Netherlands from 1938 ...
Nicholas Close Nicholas Close (died 1452) was an English priest, Bishop of Carlisle from 1450 to 1452.
Nicholas Hardinge Nicholas Hardinge (1699–1758) was an English civil servant, clerk to the House of Commons from 1731 to 1752 and then Secretary to the Treasury, and a Member of Parliament known also as a neo-Lat...
Nicholas West Nicholas West (1461 – 28 April 1533), was an English bishop and diplomatist, born at Putney, and educated at Eton and at King's College, Cambridge, of which he became a fellow in 1486.
Nicolas Coldstream John Nicolas Coldstream, FBA, FSA (30 March 1927 – 21 March 2008) was an archaeologist and academic specialising in the Ancient Greek pottery of the Geometric Period.
Nigel Rogers Nigel David Rogers (born 21 March 1935) is an English tenor, music conductor, singing teacher and vocal coach, who has sung in over seventy classical music album recordings in German, French, It...
Noel Annan, Baron Annan Noel Gilroy Annan, Baron Annan, OBE (25 December 1916 – 21 February 2000) was a British military intelligence officer, author, and academic.
Noreena Hertz Noreena Hertz (born 24 September 1967) is an English author, economist and broadcaster and currently Professor at the Centre for the Study of Decision-Making Uncertainty at University College London.
Oliver Churchill Major William Oliver Churchill DSO MC (1914–1997) was an SOE officer during World War II. Shortly after the Italians had switched allegiance to the Allies in September 1943, he was parachuted in...
Oliver King Oliver King (c. 1432 – 29 August 1503) was a Bishop of Exeter and Bishop of Bath and Wells who restored Bath Abbey after 1500.
Oliver Zangwill Oliver Louis Zangwill FRS (29 October 1913 - 12 October 1987) was an influential British neuropsychologist.
Orlando Gibbons Orlando Gibbons (baptised 25 December 1583 – 5 June 1625) was an English composer, virginalist and organist of the late Tudor and early Jacobean periods.
Oscar Browning Oscar Browning (17 January 1837 – 6 October 1923) was an English writer, historian, and educational reformer.
Patrick Blackett, Baron Blackett Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett, Baron Blackett OM CH FRS (18 November 1897 – 13 July 1974) was an English experimental physicist known for his work on cloud chambers, cosmic rays, and paleomagn...
Patrick Dixon Patrick Dixon is an author and business consultant, often described as a futurist.
Patrick White Patrick Victor Martindale White, AC (28 May 191230 September 1990) was an English-born Australian writer who is widely regarded as one of the most important English-language novelists of the 20t...
Paul Ashton Paul Ashton is the Development Producer at BBC Writersroom and author of The Calling Card Script: A Writer’s Toolbox for Stage, Screen and Radio, published in 2011 by A & C Black.
Paul Burbridge John Paul Burbridge was the Dean of Norwich in the last quarter of the 20th century.
Paul Glendinning Paul Glendinning is a British mathematician known for his work on dynamical systems, specifically models of the time-evolution of complex mathematical or physical processes.
Paul Mason (diplomat) Sir Paul Mason KCMG KCVO (11 June 1904 – 14 May 1978) was a British diplomat, ambassador to the Netherlands from 1954 to 1960 and the British Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Counc...
Percy Lubbock Percy Lubbock, CBE (4 June 1879 – 1 August 1965) was an English man of letters, known as an essayist, critic and biographer.
Peter Boston Peter Shakerley Boston (10 September 1918 – 19 November 1999) was a British architect and illustrator, best known for the illustrations he made to the books written by his mother, author L...
Peter Clemoes Peter Alan Martin Clemoes (20 January 1920 – 16 March 1996) was a British historian.
Peter Dickinson Peter Malcolm de Brissac Dickinson OBE FRSL (born 16 December 1927) is a prolific English author and poet, best known for children's books and detective stories.
Peter Kellner Peter Jon Kellner (born 2 October 1946) is a journalist, political commentator and President of the YouGov opinion polling organisation in the United Kingdom.
Peter Kingsley (scholar) Peter Kingsley (born 1953) is the author of four books and numerous articles on ancient philosophy, including Ancient Philosophy, Mystery and Magic, In the Dark Places of Wisdom, Reali...
Peter Osborne (Keeper of the Privy Purse) Peter Osborne (1521–1592) was Keeper of the Privy Purse to King Edward VI He was born the second son of Richard Osborne of Tyld Hall, Lockingdon, Essex and educated at King's College, Cambridge ...
Peter Shore Peter David Shore, Baron Shore of Stepney PC (20 May 1924 – 24 September 2001) was a British Labour politician and former Cabinet Minister, noted in part for his opposition to the United Kingdom...
Peter Tranchell Peter Andrew Tranchell (14 July 1922–14 September 1993) was a British composer.
Peter Trudgill Peter Trudgill, FBA (born 7 November 1943) is a sociolinguist, academic and author.
Philip Brett Philip Brett (October 17, 1937 – October 16, 2002) was a British-born American musicologist, musician and conductor.
Philip Hall Philip Hall FRS (11 April 1904 – 30 December 1982), was an English mathematician.
Philip Ledger Sir Philip Stevens Ledger, CBE (12 December 193718 November 2012) was a British classical musician and academic, best known for his tenure as director of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge b...
Philip Loyd The Rt Rev Philip Henry Loyd (8 July 1884 - 11 January 1952) was an eminent Anglican Bishop and author, in the second quarter of the 20th century.
Philip Mayne Philip Mayne is thought to have been the last surviving British officer of the First World War.
Philip Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker Philip John Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker (1 November 1889 – 8 October 1982) was a British politician, diplomat, academic, an outstanding amateur athlete, and renowned campaigner for disarm...
Philip Norris Pare The Very. Rev Philip Norris Pare , MA was an eminent Anglican priest and author in the second half of the 20th century.
Philip Pare The Very. Rev Philip Norris Pare , MA was an eminent Anglican priest and author in the second half of the 20th century.
Phineas Fletcher Phineas Fletcher (* Cranbrook, Kent, 8 April 1582 † Hilgay, Norfolk,13 December 1650) was a Scottish-English poet, elder son of Dr Giles Fletcher, and brother of Giles the younger.
Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis FRS (প্রশান্ত চন্দ্র মহলানবিস) (29 June 1893 – 28 June 1972) was an Indian scientist and applied statistician.
R. B. Braithwaite Richard Bevan Braithwaite FBA (15 January 1900 – 21 April 1990) was an English philosopher who specialized in the philosophy of science, ethics, and the philosophy of religion.
Ranjit Nayak Ranjit Nayak (born April 28, 1968, in India) is a senior staff member of the World Bank and currently serves as the chief adviser to the Government of Macedonia on international and European Uni...
Reginald Secondé Sir Reginald Louis Secondé, KCMG, CVO was HM British Ambassador to Chile, Romania and Venezuela.
Richard Boston Richard Boston was an English journalist, author, dissenter and pacifist.
Richard Cox (bishop) Richard Cox (c. 1500 – 22 July 1581) was an English clergyman, who was Dean of Westminster and Bishop of Ely.
Richard Farnes Richard Farnes (born 1964) is a British conductor, and is Music Director of Opera North.
Richard Fortey Richard A. Fortey FRS (born 1946 in London) is a British palaeontologist, writer and television presenter.
Richard Henry Malden The Very Rev. Richard Henry Malden, B D,, Dean of Wells, was a prominent Anglican churchman, editor, classical and Biblical scholar, and a writer of ghost stories.
Richard Jugge Richard Jugge (died 1577) was an eminent English printer, who kept a shop at the sign of the Bible, at the North door of St Paul's Cathedral, though his residence was in Newgate market, next to ...
Robert Service (historian) Robert John Service (born 29 October 1947) is a British historian, academic, and author who has written extensively on the history of the Soviet Union, particularly the era from the October Revo...
Robert Spencer, 1st Viscount Teviot Robert Spencer, 1st Viscount Teviot (1629 – 20 May 1694), styled The Honourable Robert Spencer until 1685, was an English politician from the Spencer family who sat in the House of Commons...
Robert Tear Robert Tear, CBE (8 March 1939 – 29 March 2011) was a Welsh tenor and conductor.
Robert Walpole Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford, KG, KB, PC (26 August 1676 – 18 March 1745), known before 1742 as Sir Robert Walpole, was a British statesman who is generally regarded as the firs...
Robert Walpole, 10th Baron Walpole Robert Horatio Walpole, 10th Baron Walpole, JP (born 8 December 1938) is a British politician and one of ninety elected hereditary peers of the House of Lords.
Robin Coombs Robert Royston Amos ("Robin") Coombs (9 January 1921 – 25 January 2006), was a British immunologist, co-discoverer of the Coombs test (1945) used for detecting antibodies in va...
Robin Gandy Robin Oliver Gandy (22 September 1919 – 20 November 1995) was a British mathematician and logician.
Robin Holloway Robin Greville Holloway (born 19 October 1943) is an English composer, academic and writer.
Robin Midgley Robin Midgley (10 November 1934 – 19 May 2007) was a director in theatre, television and radio and responsible for some of the earliest episodes of Z-Cars and for the television version of the R...
Robin Milner Arthur John Robin Gorell Milner FRS FRSE (Robin Milner or A.J.R.G. Milner; 13 January 1934 – 20 March 2010) was a prominent British computer scientist.
Roger Fry Roger Eliot Fry (14 December 1866 – 9 September 1934) was an English artist and art critic, and a member of the Bloomsbury Group.
Roger Lupton Roger Lupton (1456–1540) was an English lawyer and college head.
Roland Wilson (barrister) Sir Roland Knyvet Wilson (27 August, 1840 - 29 October, 1919) was an English academic and political writer.
Rollo Graham Campbell The Rt Revd Archibald Rollo Graham Campbell CBE was an Anglican Bishop in the mid 20th century.
Roy Howat Roy Howat is a Scottish pianist and musicologist who specializes in French music.
Rupert Brooke Rupert Chawner Brooke (middle name sometimes given as "Chaucer"; 3 August 1887 – 23 April 1915) was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the Firs...
Rupert Christiansen Rupert Christiansen (born 1954) is an English writer, journalist and critic, grandson of Arthur Christiansen (editor of the Daily Express) and son of Kay and Michael Christiansen (editor of ...
Ruth Picardie Ruth Nadine Picardie was an English journalist and editor.
Salman Rushdie Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie (अहमद सलमान रुशदी (Devanagari), (Nastaʿlīq); born 19 June 1947) is a British Indian novelist and essayist.
Sam Means (comedian) Sam Means is a writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and a cartoonist for The New Yorker.
Samson Abramsky Samson Abramsky FRS, FRSE is a computer scientist who holds the Christopher Strachey Professorship at Oxford University Computing Laboratory.
Samuel Collins (theologian) Samuel Collins (1576–1651) was an English clergyman and academic, Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge and Provost of King's College, Cambridge.
Sandy Wollaston Alexander Frederick Richmond “Sandy” Wollaston (1875 - 3 June 1930) was a British medical doctor, ornithologist, botanist, climber and explorer.
Scott Barry Kaufman Scott Barry Kaufman (born June 3, 1979) is an American psychologist, author, and popular science writer known for his research and writing on intelligence and creativity.
Scott Symons Hugh Brennan Scott Symons (July 13, 1933 – February 23, 2009), known professionally as Scott Symons, was a Canadian writer.
Sebastian Doggart Sebastian Doggart is an English and American producer, director, writer, translator, cinematographer and human rights activist.
Seiriol Evans The Very Rev Seiriol John Arthur Evans, CBE (22 November 1894 – 29 June 1984) was an Anglican dean and author in the third quarter of the 20th century.
Seiriol John Arthur Evans The Very Rev Seiriol John Arthur Evans, CBE (22 November 1894 - 29 June 1984) was an Anglican dean and author in the third quarter of the 20th century.
Shane Leslie Sir John Randolph Leslie, 3rd Baronet, generally known as Shane Leslie (24 September 1885 – 14 August 1971), was an Irish-born diplomat and writer.
Sidney Rowlatt Sir Sidney Arthur Taylor Rowlatt KC KCSI PC (20 July 1862 – 1 March 1945) was an English lawyer and judge, best remembered for his controversial presidency of the Rowlatt committee, a sedi...
Simon Burrows Simon Hedley Burrows was the Bishop of Buckingham from 1974 to 1994.
Simon Carrington Simon Carrington (born 1942 in Wiltshire) is a conductor, singer and double bass player.
Simon Hoggart Simon David Hoggart (26 May 1946 – 5 January 2014) was an English journalist and broadcaster.
Simon Preston Simon John Preston CBE (born 4 August 1938, Bournemouth, Dorset—at that time in Hampshire) is an English organist, conductor, and composer.
Simon Raven Simon Arthur Noël Raven (28 December 1927 – 12 May 2001) was an English novelist, essayist, dramatist and raconteur who, in a writing career of forty years, caused controversy, amusement and offence.
Simon Standage Simon Andrew Thomas Standage (born 8 November 1941 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire) is an English violinist and conductor best known for playing and conducting music of the baroque and classica...
Sir Arthur Huddleston Sir Arthur James Croft Huddleston CMG OBE (6 July 1880 - 18 February 1948) was a British colonial civil servant.
Stuart Rossiter Percival "Stuart" Bryce Rossiter (1923–1982) was a renowned British philatelist and postal historian who wrote extensively about British postal history and postage stamps of British colonies in ...
Sunil Khilnani Sunil Khilnani (born New Delhi) is a Professor of Politics, and Director of the King's College London India Institute.
Sydney Brenner Sydney Brenner, CH FRS (born 13 January 1927) is a South African biologist and a 2002 Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine laureate, shared with H. Robert Horvitz and John Sulston.
Sydney Pyman Bell Sydney Pyman Bell (19 December 1875 – 23 December 1944) was an English rugby union halfback and solicitor.
Talbot Pepys Talbot Pepys (1583 – 1 March 1666) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1625.
Tam Dalyell Sir Thomas Dalyell Loch, 11th Baronet (born 9 August 1932), known as Tam Dalyell, is a British Labour Party politician who was a member of parliament (MP) in the House of Commons from 1962...
Tamasin Day-Lewis Lydia Tamasin Day-Lewis, better known as Tamasin Day-Lewis (born 17 September 1953), is an English television chef, daughter of the poet Cecil Day-Lewis and actress Jill Balcon, and sister...
Theodore Acland Theodore William Gull Acland ARIC was an English educationist who in later life became a clergyman of the Church of England.
Thomas Adès Thomas Adès (born 1 March 1971) is a British composer, pianist and conductor.
Thomas Carte Thomas Carte (also John Carte) (1686 – 2 April 1754) was an English historian.
Thomas Crouch Thomas Crouch (1607 – August 1679) was an English academic and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1660 to 1679.
Thomas Hyde Thomas Hyde (29 June 1636 – 18 February 1703) was an English orientalist.
Thomas Inskip, 1st Viscount Caldecote Thomas Walker Hobart Inskip, 1st Viscount Caldecote CBE, PC, KC (5 March 1876 – 11 October 1947) was a British politician who served in many legal posts, culminating in serving as Lord Chancello...
Thomas Monk Sir Thomas Monk (1570 - 1627) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1626.
Thomas Rennell Thomas Rennell FRS (1754–1840) was an English churchman, dean of Winchester Cathedral and Master of the Temple.
Thomas Sugrue Thomas J. Sugrue (born 1962, Detroit, Michigan) is an American historian of the 20th-century United States at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is currently David Boies Professor of Hist...
Thomas Townshend (MP) The Honourable Thomas Townshend (2 June 1701 – 21 May 1780) was a long-standing British Member of Parliament.
Thomas Villiers, 2nd Earl of Clarendon Thomas Villiers, 2nd Earl of Clarendon (25 December 1753 – 7 March 1824), known as Lord Hyde from 1776 to 1786, was a British peer and Tory Member of Parliament.
Thomas Wilson (rhetorician) Thomas Wilson (1524–1581) was an English diplomat, judge, and privy councillor in the government of Elizabeth I. He is now remembered for his Logique (1551) and The Arte of Rhetorique (1...
Tim Beaglehole Timothy Holmes Beaglehole (born 1933) is a New Zealand academic and former Chancellor of Victoria University of Wellington.
Tim Mead Tim Mead (born 1981 in Chelmsford) is an English countertenor Tim Mead was born in Chelmsford, Essex and began singing as a treble in the choir of Chelmsford Cathedral.
Vicary Gibbs Sir Vicary Gibbs, KC (27 October 1751–1820) was an English judge and politician.
Victor FitzGeorge-Balfour General Sir Robert George Victor FitzGeorge-Balfour, KCB, CBE, DSO, MC (15 September 1913 – 28 December 1994) was a General officer in the British Army.
Walford Davis Green Walford Davis Green (24 August 1869 – 17 November 1941) was a British barrister and Conservative Party politician.
Walter George Headlam Walter George Headlam MA, DLitt, (15 February 1866–20 June 1908) was a British classical scholar and poet, perhaps best remembered for his work on the Mimes of Herodas.
Walter Haddon Walter Haddon LL.D. (1515–1572) was an English civil lawyer, much involved in church and university affairs under Edward VI, Queen Mary, and Elizabeth I. He was a Cambridge humanist and reformer...
Walter John Christie Walter Henry John Christie CSI, CIE, OBE (17 December 1905 – 25 August 1983) was a British colonial civil servant (Indian Civil Service) who played a key part in the independence of India and pr...
Walter Raleigh (professor) Professor Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh (5 September 1861 – 13 May 1922) was an English scholar, poet and author.
Warin Foster Bushell Warin Foster Bushell MA (Cantab.) FRAS (18 April 1885 - 21 November 1974) was a schoolmaster and educationalist who was headmaster of leading schools in England and South Africa and a President ...
Wilfred Eade Agar Wilfred Eade Agar FRS (27 April 1882 – 14 July 1951) was an Anglo-Australian zoologist.
Wilfrid Noyce Cuthbert Wilfrid Francis Noyce (31 December 1917 – 24 July 1962) (usually known as Wilfrid Noyce (often misspelt as 'Wilfred'), some sources give third forename as Frank) was an Engl...
Will Spens Sir William Spens, CBE was an eminent educationalist in the mid twentieth century, academic and Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
William Barford William Barford, D.D. (died 1792) was an English scholar and Anglican clergyman.
William Battie William Battie (sometimes spelt Batty), 1 September 1703–13 June 1776, was an English physician who published in 1758 the first lengthy book on the treatment of mental illness, A Treatis...
William Bruère Otter William Bruère Otter (28 May 1805 – 25 June 1876) was an Anglican clergyman, Archdeacon of Lewes from 1855 until his death in 1876.
William Coningsby Sir William Coningsby, (d. September 1540), was an English MP and Justice of the King's Bench.
William Coxe William Coxe (17 March 1747 – 8 June 1828) was an English churchman and historian.
William David Doherty William David Doherty, M.A., M.Ch., F.R.C.S., known as George Doherty was a medical superintendent of Guy's Hospital, London, and a former captain of the Ireland national rugby union team.
William Day (bishop) William Day (1529 – 20 September 1596) was an English clergyman, Provost of Eton College for many years, and at the end of his life Bishop of Winchester.
William Draper (British Army officer) Sir William Draper KCB (1721 – 8 January 1787), was a British military officer who conquered Manila in 1762, but was involved in the unsuccessful defence of Minorca in 1782.
William Edmund Smyth William Edmund Smyth (13 April 1858 – 5 April 1950) was an Anglican bishop in the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first two of the twentieth.
William Fleetwood William Fleetwood (1 January 1656 – 4 August 1723) was an English preacher, Bishop of St Asaph and Bishop of Ely, remembered by economists and statisticians for constructing a price index in his...
William Gouge William Gouge (1575–1653) was an English clergyman and author.
William Grey Walter William Grey Walter (February 19, 1910 – May 6, 1977) was an American-born British neurophysiologist and robotician.
William Harrison Moore Sir William Harrison Moore KBE CMG (30 April 1867 – 1 July 1935; usually known as Harrison Moore or W. Harrison Moore), Australian lawyer and academic, was a professor at ...
William Inge (priest) William Ralph Inge KCVO (6 June 1860 – 26 February 1954) was an English author, Anglican priest, professor of divinity at Cambridge, and Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, which provided the appellati...
William Johnson Cory William Johnson Cory (January 9, 1823 – June 11, 1892), born William Johnson, was an educator and poet.
William Oughtred William Oughtred (5 March 1575 – 30 June 1660) was an English mathematician.
William Ralph Inge William Ralph Inge (; 6 June 1860 – 26 February 1954) was an English author, Anglican priest, professor of divinity at Cambridge, and Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, which provided the appellation ...
William Sclater William Sclater (1575–1626) was an English clergyman and controversialist.
William Scott Baker The Rt Rev William Scott Baker, MA was Anglican Bishop of Zanzibar from 1943 until 1968.
William Shaw (mathematician) William Shaw (born 14 May 1958) is a British professor of the mathematics and computation of risk at University College London.
William Surtees William Frederick Surtees (16 October 1871 – 23 March 1956) was an Anglican bishop.
Willoughby Gwatkin Lieutenant-General Sir Willoughby Garnons Gwatkin KCMG CB (11 August 1859 – 2 February 1925) was a British Army officer who served as Chief of the General Staff of the Canadian Militia dur...
Winton Dean Winton Basil Dean (18 March 191619 December 2013) was an English musicologist of the 20th century, most famous for his research concerning the life and works—in particular the operas and oratori...
Xu Zhimo Xu Zhimo (January 15, 1897 – November 19, 1931) was an early 20th-century Chinese poet.
Zadie Smith Zadie Smith FRSL (born on 25 October 1975) is a British novelist, essayist and short story writer.