The Daily Telegraph
Dr E.S. Page, Vice-chancellor, University of Reading, 1979-93, is 92; Prof Sir Tony Wrigley,
Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1994-2000, 89; Miss Elizabeth Llewellyn-smith,
Principal of St Hilda’s College, Oxford, 1990-2001, 86; Sir Hugo Brunner, Lord-lieutenant for Oxfordshire, 1996-2008, 85; Sir Ian Mcallister, Chairman, Network Rail, 2002-09, 77; Mr Ian Brindle, Deputy Chairman, Financial Reporting Review Panel, 2001-08, 77; Mr Robert de Niro, actor and producer, 77; Mr John Humphrys, journalist and
broadcaster, 77; Dame Mary
Marsh, Founding Director, Clore Social Leadership Programme, 2008-15; Director and Chief Executive, NSPCC, 2000-08, 74;
Mr Peter Field, Lord-lieutenant for East Sussex, 74; Lord Fellowes of West Stafford,
screenwriter, actor and producer, 71; Mr Alan Minter, former boxer; former World Middleweight Champion, 69; Mr Justice
Morgan 68; Mr Guillermo Vilas, former tennis player, 68; Mr
Nelson Piquet, former racing driver; three-times Formula One World Motor Racing Champion, 68; Air Vice-marshal Dr Peter
Dye, historian; Director General, RAF Museum, 2009-14, 67; Mr
Robin Cousins, former competitive figure skater; Olympic gold medallist, Lake Placid 1980, 63; Mr Sean Penn, actor, director and writer, 60; Sir
Ian Blatchford, Director, Science Museum, 55; and Mr Liam Heath, sprint canoeist; Olympic gold medallist, Rio 2016, and bronze medallist, London 2012, 36.
Today is the anniversary of the raid on Peenemunde in 1943.