Sir Robert Horton, Clive Robbins, Alexis Weissenberg, Sir Roger Jowell and Harry Fowler
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The former BP chairman and chief executive Sir Robert Horton who was ousted in a boardroom coup and went on to run Railtrack
Clive Robbins, who teamed up with Paul Nordoff to create a powerful type of music therapy
Sir Roger Jowell - the statistician who measured changing attitudes in British society
The cockney actor Harry Fowler, who appeared in The Army Game and many Ealing comedies
And the Bulgarian born pianist Alexis Weissenberg - whose musical talent saved his life in a Nazi concentration camp.