George Baker, Ramiz Alia, Madeleine Simms and George Hinchcliffe
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The actor George Baker, best known for his TV portrayal of Inspector Wexford. The character's creator Baroness Ruth Rendell pays tribute;
The former Albanian President Ramiz Alia who oversaw the country's transition from isolated Stalinism to democracy;
Madeleine Simms who campaigned for the reform of abortion law in the 1960s;
George Hinchcliffe the railway enthusiast who toured America with the Flying Scotsman;
And the "Ghazal King" - Indian singer and composer Jagjit Singh.