Made his debut at wing-half, and could play on the wing when needed

Jimmy Dunn: Creative inside-forward at the heart of Wolverhampton Wanderers' Cup-winning side in 1949

One of the Scottish side dubbed 'The Wembley Wizards' after humbling England 5-1

Meade in 1974: 'His results far exceeded the innate ability of many of the horses he rode'

Richard Meade: Britain's most successful Olympic equestrian, a towering presence in the world of eventing for two decades

Meade was briefly linked romantically with Princess Anne, but she eventually married their Munich team-mate Mark Phillips

d’Artois: 'What little I was able to do was motivated by my love for France,' she said

Sonya d’Artois: SOE agent who showed extraordinary courage and resourcefulness in Nazi-occupied France

For her war work she was appointed MBE and mentioned in dispatches

Cayat: when she first met 'Charb' and his team, she recognised kindred spirits

Doctor Elsa Cayat: Psychoanalyst who wrote for 'Charlie Hebdo' and was murdered in the terrorist attack on the magazine

Her columns ranged from subjects such as parental authority to the roots of the Holocaust

Brian Clemens: His output was so prolific during the late 1950s and 1960s that he frequently used the pseudonym 'Tony O'Grady'

Brian Clemens: Writer and producer who made 'The Avengers' an emblem of the Swinging Sixties and created 'The Professionals'

His output was so prolific during the 1950s and 1960s that he frequently used the pseudonym 'Tony O'Grady'

Influential Mexican journalist Julio Scherer Garcia

Julio Scherer Garcia: Fearless and influential journalist who helped expose many of Mexico’s biggest scandals in decades

His tough independence stood out when criticising the government was rare

Actress Anita Ekberg and director Federico Fellini

Anita Ekberg: Beauty queen who became a fixture of Rome’s party set and helped usher in the Sixties in Fellini’s ‘La Dolce Vita’

Swedish actress also starred in 'War and Peace' and 'From Russia With Love'

The actor and comedian Lance Percival

Lance Percival: Comedy performer whose topical calypsos helped make ‘That Was The Week That Was’ a satirical smash

This is a fitting week to remember an iconoclastic 1960s satire show

Crouch sings at the New Christ Memorial Church in Los Angeles, where he was pastor, in 1996

Andraé Crouch: Oscar-nominated gospel performer who worked with Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Madonna

Andraé Crouch was a gospel singer, songwriter and choir director whose work graced songs by Michael Jackson and Madonna and films such as The Lion King.

Australian actor Rod Taylor in 1967

Rod Taylor: Actor with suave yet rugged good looks best known for his lead roles in 'The Birds' and 'The Time Machine'

Though he never had the starry cachet of Cary Grant, Rock Hudson or James Garner, the good looks of Rod Taylor, at once suave and rugged, made him an ideal leading man both for romantic comedies and action films.

McFall, left, and Bob Wooler outside the Cavern in 1964 – a most unlikely pair to be running a beat club

Ray McFall: Accountant who took over the Cavern club and gave the Beatles the break that set them on course to rule the world

We only have to write the words “the Cavern”, and everybody reading this newspaper will know what is meant.

Wolinski pictured in 1991

Georges Wolinski: Cartoonist who became one of the most revered figures in French journalism

He was born in 1934 in Tunis, the son of a Tunisian-Jewish mother and a Polish-Jewish father

Cabu surrounded by his cartoons in 2006

Jean Cabut: Stalwart of Charlie Hebdo who created two of France's best-loved cartoon characters

In 2012 he said: 'The rise of fundamentalism in any religion has changed things. Ending up in court to argue about freedom of speech is bearable'

Stéphane Charbonnier pictured in his office last October

Stéphane Charbonnier: Cartoonist and editor of Charlie Hebdo whose encapsulated the magazine’s confrontational brand of satire

He took to drawing as a teenager and did illustrations at school before submitting work to the local paper

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