– (1900-1969) Lecturer at London University and writer producer at BBC in London, most famous for gamesmanship and one-upmanship. It is important […]
(1969-) – cross-bench peer; advocate of equal rights for disabled people; and outstanding athlete winning medals at Paralympic Games, World Championships and […]
footballer and captain of West Ham and England World Cup winning team of 1966. Genius, great guy, ‘nough said.
– proprietor of Lord’s cricket ground, the ‘home of cricket’ and the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) with the oldest sporting museum in […]
– (1947-2018) influential 2012 Olympics champion, local London politician and government minister.
– (1918-1997), record-breaking, elegant cricketer for Middlesex and England; also played football for Arsenal and won the League title in 1948 and […]