C. E. M. Joad Cyril Edwin Mitchinson Joad was an English philosopher and broadcasting personality. He appeared on The Brains Trust, a BBC Radio wartime discussion programme. He popularised philosophy and became a celebrity, before his downfall in a scandal over an unpaid train fare in 1948.
Edward Craven Walker Edward Craven Walker was the inventor of the psychedelic Astro lamp, also known as the lava lamp.
Francis Kilvert Robert Francis Kilvert, always known as Francis, or Frank, was an English clergyman remembered for his diaries reflecting rural life in the 1870s, which were published over fifty years after his death.
Helen Mirren Dame Helen Lydia Mirren, is an English actor. Mirren began her acting career with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1967, and is one of the few performers who have achieved the Triple Crown of Acting.
Kate Humble Katherine Humble is an English television presenter and narrator. Mainly working for the BBC, specialising in wildlife and science programmes. Humble served as President of the RSPB from 2009 until 2013.
Kate Rew Kate Rew is an English journalist and author who founded the Outdoor Swimming Society. Rew lives in Frome, Somerset.
Rolf Gardiner Henry Rolf Gardiner was an English rural revivalist, helping to bring back folk dance styles including Morris dancing and sword dancing. He founded groups significant in the British history of organic farming.