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1/9 Luciano Pavarotti is nominated by the music promoter Harvey Goldsmith.
9/9 Eighteenth-century satirist and painter William Hogarth is nominated by Ian Hislop.
7/9 General Mike Jackson nominates Field Marshal Bill Slim, leader of the WW2 Burma campaign.
8/9 Deborah Meaden nominates the Georgian hostess, diplomat and spy Lady Hester Stanhope.
5/9 Former chancellor George Osborne nominates Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty.
4/9 Bob Harris nominates Alan Freed, the first ever rock 'n' roll DJ.
3/9 David Attenborough nominates the largely forgotten 17th-century inventor and illustrator.
1/9 Jon Snow champions jails reform campaigner and politician, Lord Longford.
8/9 Arabella Weir nominates Joyce Grenfell. Biographer Janie Hampton assists.
8/8 Chris Patten on the pope who rocked the Roman Catholic church by pushing it towards change