Bonnie Francesca Wright (born 17 February 1991) is an English actress, model, screenwriter, director, and producer. She is best known for playing the role of Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, based on the Harry Potter novel series by British author J. K. Rowling.
Zoë Wanamaker, CBE (born 13 May 1949) is an American-born British stage, television, and film actress. A four-time Tony Award nominee and nine-time Olivier Award nominee, she won Olivier Awards for Once in a Lifetime in 1979 and Electra in 1998.
Gabrielle "Gaby" Roslin (born 12 July 1964) is an English television presenter and actress, who rose to fame co-presenting The Big Breakfast on Channel 4 between 1992 and 1996. Roslin presented the Children in Need charity telethons on the BBC between 1995 and 2004.
Nina M. Conti (born 5 June 1974) is an English actress, comedian and ventriloquist. Among many characters, her primary on-stage puppet sidekicks are a white-haired Scottish grandmother named Granny and a deadpan and somewhat sinister monkey named Monk.
Emily Young FRBS (born 1951) is a British sculptor. She is considered one of the foremost sculptors working in Britain today and has been called "Britain's greatest living stone sculptor". She was born in London into a family of artists, writers and politicians. Her grandmother, Kathleen Scott, was a colleague of Auguste Rodin, and widow of the polar explorer Robert Falcon Scott, who subsequently married Emily's paternal grandfather, the politician and writer Edward Hilton Young, 1st Baron Kennet. Her father, Wayland Hilton Young, 2nd Baron Kennet, was also a politician, conservationist and writer. Her mother is the writer and commentator Elizabeth Young. Her uncle was the ornithologist, conservationist and painter, founder of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Sir Peter Scott.
Dame Margaret "Peggy" van Praagh, DBE (1 September 1910 – 15 January 1990) was a British ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher, repetiteur, producer, advocate and director, who spent much of her later career in Australia.
Ian Aitken (born 1927) is a British journalist and political commentator. He was educated at the King Alfred School, Hampstead, Lincoln College, Oxford, and the LSE. He served in the Fleet Air Arm from 1945 to 1948.
Richard Harry 'Dick' Clements (11 October 1928 – 23 November 2006) was an English journalist and was editor of the left-wing weekly Tribune from 1961 to 1982.
Renee Rachel Soskin JP (December, 1916-1998), was a British teacher, company director and Liberal Party politician.
Heydon Prowse is a British activist, satirist and comedian. He is best known for writing and performing in BBC Three's The Revolution Will Be Televised alongside Jolyon Rubinstein.
Pegaret Anthony (1 November 1915 – 25 May 2000) was an English artist and lecturer in historical costume and theatre history best known for her watercolour paintings of war workers during the Second World War.
Jolyon Rubinstein is a British actor, writer, producer and director. He is best known for writing and performing on The Revolution Will Be Televised, a show on BBC Three, alongside Heydon Prowse.