Nicol Williamson, Gustav Leonhardt, Manuel Fraga and Hugh Carless
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The actor Nicol Williamson, praised for his passionate performances in Shakespeare and Osborne, notorious for his erratic and sometimes violent behaviour
The harpsichordist and conductor Gustav Leonhardt, a leading figure in the early music movement.
The Spanish politician Manuel Fraga, who founded the current centre right governing party and once shot Franco's daughter in the bottom during a hunting trip.
And Hugh Carless, the diplomat who went with the travel writer Eric Newby on his celebrated "Short Walk In the Hindu Kush".