Her whole life seemed to be one huge achievement as she became the first opera singer to perform all over the world.
Alan cox (born 1968) is a programmer heavily involved in the development of the linux kernel since its early days (1991). He then became one of the main developers and maintainers of the whole kernel. This is an extremly important contribution to the 'Open Source' software community.
Football (Soccer) player. Played with Leeds, Southampton and others. Alan won thirty-five caps in the 1970's and 1980's. Went on to manage.
Football (Soccer) player winning European football trophies with Derby and Nottingham Forest.
Football (Soccer) player. Played for Cardiff Newport County, clocking up over five hundred games between them.
Award winning Picture Editor of the UK's 'Independent' newspaper.
Radio and TV presenter and news reader.
MP for Cardiff South and Penarth. Appointed Minister for Industry and the Regions following the 2005 general election. Formerly Defra minister.
Writer and playwright.
Wrote '(Mr) Bach Goes to Town', made famous by Benny Goodman.
Andrew Vicari is a welsh painter living and working in France. He has made a career out of paining portraits of the rich and famous despite being largely unknown in own country, in 2004 Vicari was Britain's richest living painter, with an estimated fortune of 92 million.
Bass guitarist for Oasis.
Founder of Cochrane Collaboration, Cochrane library, Cochrane reviews. UK Cochrane Centre in Oxford.
Singer with 'The Six Pistons' (Damon hill the ex formula one racing drivers group), 'Midge Ure', 'Fat Barry's soul band' and 'The Watchmen'. He has worked with members of 'The Who', 'Big Country', 'The Stereophonics' also works the UK and Europe as a solo singer.
World Boxing Champion
Vice chairman of the police federation 1978-1983.
Famous Welsh harpist, Played for royalty!
Established the city of Bath as centre of fashionable society.
Actor From Port Talbot, Wales
Versatile character actor, played the quintessential Brit in dozens of American TV shows-best known over here for his role as 'Dr.Bombay' on the 'Bewitched' sitcom.
Born Bernard Lawson on the 11th of May 1927 Bernard sadly passed away 14th December 2016.
A busy acting career saw in a number of well known productions including a role as Dr. Bombay in the comedy series Bewitched, Colonel Crittendon in the U.S. TV comedy Hogan's Heroes and films such as the 1997 Titanic (playing...
Forensic pathologist, barrister and writer. Creator of the 'Crowner John' series, historic crime fiction. As a forensic pathologist, worked on the infamous Fred West case, recovering all twelve bodies!