Sir George Herbert Dowty (27 March 1901-2 December 1975) was an English inventor and businessman.
Dr Geoffrey Charles Gaut CBE (12 October 1909 - 18 August 1992) was an important pioneering scientist in Britain's early semiconductor industry.
Nathaniel Langford Clapton was born on 1 September 1903, the only son of Nathaniel Clapton, ironmonger's manager, of St Dunstan's Crescent, Worcester.
David N. Dilks PhD FRHistS FRSL (born 17 April 1938) is a British historian and former Professor of International History at the University of Leeds.
Jurek Martin OBE (born 1942) is a British-born journalist.
Hugh Ottaway (b. 1925; d. Malvern, 6 November 1979) was a prominent British writer on concert music. His most significant contributions were as a commentator on that portion of twentieth-century music which retained an allegiance to tonality; thus Nielsen, Shostakovich and Sibelius featured largely in his output. He was especially associated with British tonal composers such as Edmund Rubbra and Robert Simpson.
Ian Gillies (1927-2002), known to many simply as Mycroft from BBC Radio 4's Brain of Britain, was an accomplished quiz player and question setter in the United Kingdom. His character name was taken from Arthur Conan Doyle's Mycroft Holmes, the smarter older brother of Sherlock Holmes.
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