William Turnbull, Albano Harguindeguy, Martin Fay, Kenneth Cragg, Sir Philip Ledger
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The sculptor and painter William Turnbull. He was friends with Giacometti, Paolozzi and Rothko but always went his own way.
The Argentine General Albano Harguindeguy. As Interior Minister in the country's military regime, he was known as the brains behind the government's "dirty war".
Martin Fay, who was the original fiddle player with the Irish traditional band the Chieftains,
Bishop Kenneth Cragg, who devoted his life to the study of relations between Islam and Christianity
And Derek Hutchinson - the first and only man to kayak across the North Sea.