A Russian opera diva, a famous British housebuilder, a reluctant union leader and a '60s trendsetter called 'Mr Freedom'
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Sir Lawrie Barratt who built hundreds of thousands of Barratt homes during the 1970s and 80s
The soprano Galina Vishnevskaya - a great interpreter of Russian music who - with her husband the cellist Rostropovich - was forced into exile by the Soviet Union.
Jack Hart who led the fight to regain trade union recognition at the government's listening station GCHQ
And the design pioneer Tommy Roberts who sold flamboyant clothes in a series of London shops. Dame Vivienne Westwood and Sir Paul Smith pay tribute to his influence.