John Adams, minimalist composer and Pulitzer prizewinner, On the Transmigration of Souls (2002), 76; Prof Dame Frances Ashcroft, medical physiologist, 71; Sir Tim Barrow, diplomat, national security adviser (to the prime minister and cabinet), 59; Marisa Berenson, actress, Cabaret (1972), Barry Lyndon (1975), 76; Claire Bloom, film and stage actress, Limelight (1952), The Spy Who Came In from the Cold (1965), The King’s Speech (2010), 92; Adam Boulton, journalist, Sky News editor-at-large (2014-21) and presenter, Times Radio, 64; Susan Brownmiller, feminist writer, Against Our Will (1975), 88; Prof Sir Ed Byrne, neuroscientist, president and principal, King’s College London (2014-21), 71; Frank Dunlop, theatre director, Edinburgh International Festival director (1983-91), 96; Philip Goodwin, chief executive, Voluntary Service Overseas, 58; Lord (Leslie) Griffiths of Burry Port, president, Methodist Conference (1994-95), 81; Matt Groening, creator, TV series The Simpsons, 69; Desmond Haynes, cricketer, West Indies (1978-94), 67; Brian Holland, songwriter and record producer, known for the Motown sound, 82; Miranda July, artist and film-maker, Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005), 49; Sir Timothy Kerr, High Court judge, 65; Air Marshal Sir Gerry Mayhew, deputy commander operations, Headquarters Air Command (2019-22), 54; Martin Rowson, cartoonist, 64; George Russell, racing driver, Formula One team Mercedes-AMG, 25; Jane Seymour, actress, Live and Let Die (1973), 72; Clare Short, Labour MP (1983-2010), international development secretary (1997-2003), 77; Art Spiegelman, cartoonist, Maus (1980), 75; Sir Alan Ward, lord justice of appeal (1995-2013), 85.

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