Moebius, right, and his Cluster bandmate Hans-Joachim Roedelius in Birmingham in 2010

Dieter Moebius: Musician whose love of experimentation made him a seminal Krautrock figure who influenced Bowie and U2

The experimental Swiss musician Dieter Moebius was a member of Kluster, Cluster and Harmonia, three seminal Krautrock groups who made a series of influential albums steeped in musique concrète and minimalism and collaborated with the record producers Conny Plank and Brian Eno.

Jones, right, as the eponymous Ensign o’Toole, the sitcom role that brought him to the attention of Walt Disney

Dean Jones: Actor whose boyish good looks and engaging manner made him ideal for Disney's wholesome family films

Dean Jones’ boyish good looks and all-American manner made him Disney’s favourite young actor for such light-hearted films as That Darn Cat! and The Love Bug. His long association with Walt Disney began after he received an unexpected call from Disney himself, praising his work on the TV show Ensign O’Toole, noting it had “some good closing sequences.” Jones, a former Navy man, played the title role in the 1962 sitcom.

Jackson in action during the drawn Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park in 1971

Colin Jackson: Defender who won multiple honours with Rangers and helped Scotland to victory over England in Glasgow

Colin Jackson was tall, lean and pacy, a formidably tough central defender whose physical power was matched by his intelligent reading of the action as he collected 11 major honours with Rangers in the 1970s, including two domestic trebles. Nicknamed “Bomber” for his aerial prowess at both ends of the pitch – he scored 40 goals in his 505 appearances for the Ibrox side – he was never on the losing side in his eight games for Scotland, whom he helped to beat England at Hampden Park on his farewell international outing in 1976.

Barnes, centre, with Peter Sellers and Irene Handl during the making of the album of sketches, ‘Sellers Market’

Ken Barnes: Record producer adept at coaxing fine performances from veteran singers like Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee and Fred Astaire

Barnes sold more than five million records and earned a string of silver, gold and platinum discs

Didlake died a month after meeting President Barack Obama in the Oval Office

Emma Didlake: Army driver in the Second World War who met Barack Obama as the United States' oldest known veteran

During her visit to the White House, Didlake sat in her wheelchair in the same spot in the White House where foreign leaders sit when they meet Obama

‘Not So Much A Programme, More A Way Of Life’ in 1964, left to right: Willie Rushton, David Frost and Kavanagh

PJ Kavanagh: Award-winning author who was acclaimed as a poet of the transcendent

Kavanagh achieved literary distinction in 1966 with The Perfect Stranger

Wesolowski: his trial would have been a chance for the Pope to show he is serious about fighting abuse by priests

Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski: Papal envoy who was sacked by Pope Francis and put on trial in Rome on charges of sexually abusing teenagers

Wesolowski died of a suspected heart attack before he set foot in the courtroom for the trial

Mapple: ‘a world-class guy in every respect, loved by all who knew him’

Andy Mapple: World champion water-skier widely seen as one of the finest in the history of his sport

Mapple won his first world title at the age of 18 and went on to win five more over the next 20 years

Hepple: he was reticent about his achievements, but inspired many in the legal profession

Sir Bob Hepple: Barrister and activist who advised Nelson Mandela and became a pioneering human rights lawyer

An outstanding academic, and pioneer in equal opportunities law, Hepple paved the way for the 2010 Equality Act

Montagu competes in a veteran car race at Brands Hatch in 1958; he won in his 1914 Vauxhall

Lord Montagu of Beaulieu: Visionary stately home owner whose brushes with the law helped pave the way for the legalisation of homosexuality

His great idea was to establish a National Motor Museum and later became chairman of English Heritage and president of the Historic Houses Association

The Beverley Sisters in 1963 at the Savoy Bowl in Blackpool, identically dressed as ever, from left to right, Babs, Joy and Teddie

Joy Beverley: One of the Beverley Sisters, a staple of popular culture in the 1950s and arguably Britain's first girl band

Married to England football captain, centre-half Billy Wright, their wedding made them the Posh and Becks of their day

Cummings lifts the Melbourne Cup for the 11th time, in 1999, following Rogan Josh's win

Bart Cummings: Racehorse trainer who won the Melbourne Cup, Australia's most prestigious race, a record 12 times

In 1973-74, he became the first trainer in a Commonwealth country to pass $1 million in prize money in a season

Wes Craven

Wes Craven: Director and writer whose films 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' and 'Scream' changed the face of Hollywood horror

Nightmare spawned eight big-screen sequels as well as a television series, novels, and comic books

Charles Tomlinson

Charles Tomlinson: Poet and translator whose writing was influenced and nurtured by work from the US and around the world

At its best, Tomlinson's is a meditative kind of verse which keeps a close eye on particulars, whether man-made or natural

Worsley-Taylor: she brought charm and enormous powers of persuasion to everything she did
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