Notable Alumni

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2002
Afua Hirsch
Guardian's legal affairs correspondent. She has practised at the bar in criminal defence and public law and teaches constitutional and human rights law.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/henryporter/2010/feb/25/minority-judges-diverse-uk

2000
Jamie Dalrymple
Captain of the Glamorgan County Cricket Club and England international cricketer.

1994
Hugh Dancy
Emmy-nominated actor who has appeared in films Black Hawk Down, King Arthur, Shooting Dogs and television shows Daniel Deronda (BBC), Cold Feet, Trial and Retribution and Kavanagh QC.

1992
Gordon Corera
BBC security correspondent since 2004.

1991
Orlando Seale
Actor who has appeared in the films Sleepy Hollow, Pride & Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy, and Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story (2001) and television shows The Ghost Whisperer, The West Wing and Casualty.

1989
Vinod Mathur
Director of Wildlife Institute of India (February 2014)

1987
Paul Farmer
Chief executive of Mind, the leading mental health charity in England and Wales.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/paulfarmer

Richard Lloyd Parry
Asia Editor of The Times and author of In the Time of Madness, about Indonesia and East Timor.

1986
Simon Beaufoy
Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA award-winning screenwriter, noted especially for writing The Full Monty, Slumdog Millionaire and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

1985
Andy Hornby
CEO of HBOS plc, 2006-2008.

1984
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
Celebrity chef, TV personality and author of best-selling cookery books, The River Cottage Cookbook, The River Cottage Year and The River Cottage Meat Book.

1983
Dr Daniel Zelikow
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Group.

1982
Matt Frei
The BBC's Washingtoon correspondent since 2002.

Richard Galpin
BBC correspondent.

Julian Beresford King
British Ambassador to Ireland, appointed in September 2009, succeeding David Reddaway.Before his appointment to Ireland in 2009 he headed the office of the British Commissioner in Brussels: first Peter Mandelson, then Baroness Ashton.

1980
Kurt Jackson
One of Britain's leading artists.

1979
Tim Clarke
EU Ambassador to Tanzania

Geordie Greig
Editor of The Evening Standard, formerly editor of Tatler magazine and literary editor of The Sunday Times.

1978
Peter Bateman
UK Ambassador to Luxemburg

Archbishop Sir David Moxon
The Archbishop of Canterbury's Representative to the Holy See, and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome.


1977
Martin Ivens
Editor for the Sunday Times.

Major General Nick Houghton
Chief of Joint Operations at the Permanent Joint Headquarters, Northwood.

1976
Professor Charles Godfray CBE
Hope Professor of Entomology, University of Oxford. Fellow of Jesus College and Honorary Fellow of St Peter's


Professor Rory Wilson
Professor Of Aquatic Biology and Head of the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, University of Swansea.

1973
Professor Daniel Hastings
Dean for undergraduate education at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Professor Peter Mack
Professor of English at the University Warwick,and appointed as the new Director of the Warburg Institute.

1972
Lord Paul Condon
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, 1993-2000.

Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope KCB OBE
Head of the Royal Navy.

1969
David Davies
Former Executive Director of the English Football Association.

1966
Rt Revd John Pritchard
Bishop of Oxford

1965
Richard Heffer
Actor who has appeared in dozens of TV dramas since the late 1960s. Played Capt. Tim Downing in Colditz (1974), starred in The Mad Death (1983) and The Black Tower (1985), and has appeared most recently in Heartbeat, Ian Fleming: Bondmaker and Rosemary & Thyme.

1962
Sir Roger Bridgland Bone
After a distinguished diplomatic career which, amongst other appointments, included being British Ambassador to Sweden, he retired as British Ambassador to Brasil.

1961
Lord Robin Hodgson
Former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and MP for Walsall North, 1976-79.

Stewart Wilson
Scottish rugby international, 1964-68, and former captain.

1960
Peter Foy
Former Senior Partner of McKinsey & Company in the UK and former director of PepsiCo Inc and Safeway plc.

Christopher Matthew
Author and columnist best known for Now We Are Sixty and Diary of a Somebody.

1959
The Rt Rev Sir Paul Reeves
Archbishop and Governor General of New Zealand, 1985-90.

1958
Masamichi Hanabusa
Japanese Ambassador to Rome, 1997-99.

Robin Herd CBE
Co-founder of Formula 1 and IndyCar team March Racing and Chairman of Oxford United (1996-97).

1957
Ken Loach
Director of more than 60 films and winner of the Academy Fellowship at the BAFTAS and the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival for The Wind that Shakes the Barley.

1954
The Rt Hon Lord Jack Dormond
MP (Lab) for Easington, 1970-87

1951
Sir Gerald Warner
Intelligence Co-ordinator, Cabinet Office, 1991-6

1950
Lord Robert Gavron
Chairman the Guardian Media Group 1997-2000 and Chairman of the Folio Society since 1982.

1949
Sir Kenneth Bloomfield
Head of Northern Ireland Civil Service, 1984-91.

1944
Sir Rex Masterman Hunt (Deceased 2012)
British Governor of the Falkland Islands between 1980 and 1985.

1933
Mr Justice Edward Akufo Addo
Chief Justice and President, Republic of Ghana, 1969-72.

1931
The Hon Carl Albert
US Congressman and Speaker of the House of Representatives, 1971-76.

1929
Rev Wilbert Awdry OBE
Creator of the popular and timeless classic, Thomas the Tank Engine.