17Aug43 girl hptm to have her step past teenage figure a place at University. He was head boy his final year at Farnham. It was at where he met Cook and joined the team, and was later to take over the roles played by Alan Bennet when the show went to Broadway. Wallis has appeared frequently on BBC Radio 4 and the and the -running sketch show He also appeared the TV series various parts across the full series and Russia's highest-ranking KGB defector lives unnamed location near Godalming. A member of the much-feared KGB from 1963, he was recruited by the British Secret Intelligence Service MI6 as a double agent after he became disillusioned following the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia 1968. Gordievsky was arrested 1985 after his cover was blown by a CIA double agent working for the Russians, but later that year managed to evade his KGB shadows and with the help of MI6 escaped to Finland. Since settling Britain he has worked as a security advisor often wheeled out front of the television cameras as a pundit on Russian espionage. He has also acted as consultant editor of the journal and worked on the Channel 4 game show the 1990s. Gordievsky was appointed a Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of St and St 'for services to the security of the United Kingdom' the 2007 's Birthday Honours interestingly the same gong awarded his fictional Cold War colleague Bond. Gordievsky was rushed unconscious to the Surrey hospital Guildford November 2007 after a poisoning incident which is being investigated by the police. He claims he was poisoned by the Russian secret service using the highly toxic metal thallium that is used the manufacture of insecticides. Although he has since recovered he still has no feeling his fingers. Gordievsky was the focus of international media attention when the ex-Russian spy Litvinenko was murdered by polonium-210 poisoning 2006. He had made visits to Gordievsky his Godalming home seeking advice. The artist and sculptor lives his childhood home at Cutmill, Elstead and is famous for his use of metal, stone and water. His fascination for water originated his childhood as water is a feature of the area around the family home and he captured the reflections on local ponds and pools with his camera as a child. He learnt to swim at Cutmill Ponds and spent most of his school holidays playing the stream by Cutmill Cottage. The and water sculptures at Gatwick Airport's North Terminal are his, as are a tetrahedron-shaped stainless steel water sculpture at Tetra Pak UK Headquarters and Market Square, Derby He also created a 43ft by 230ft water wall which formed the entrance feature to the British Pavilion at Expo 92 Seville. Recent commissions include a 28ft sculpture 's and a 26ft water sculpture on Mount Parnitha near Athens. Pye was elected Honorary Fellow of the Institute of British Architects 1993. The stainless steel sculpture Pye created 1969 has been loaned to Surrey University by the artist. The Labour MP has held the Coventry North West seat since 1976 but lives and is registered on the electoral roll Godalming. Robinson was the Paymaster General for the Treasury from 1997. Prior to entering Parliament he worked at board level for British Leyland and Jaguar. At the last General Election Robinson held a 21% majority. A distinguished civil engineer, Professor Dowling established himself as a leading authority on steel structures whilst head of the prestigious civil engineering department at Imperial College, London. -born Dowling was appointed the vice-chancellor of Surrey University Guildford 1994, a post he held for 11 years and during which time he is credited with guiding the university to become one of the leading scientific institutions Britain. He was awarded a CBE 2001 recognition of his contribution to higher education and industry. Dowling's wife Grace was appointed 2004 to be the first High Sherriff of Surrey to come from ethic minority. Born of parents Guildford the newspaper columnist wrote for a number of papers, however it was her -running column the Independent that resulted the journalist hitting the limelight. Always arguing strongly against the removal of prohibition of divorce Ireland it transpired after dropping hints her Independent column that she had been having a 27-year affair with Taoiseach Haughey, who had appointed her husband as a judge. Keane later sold her story to The Times Keane was born O'Donnell. The of a Welsh coal miner singer Jones owned the late 1960s and early 1970s a house the prestigious St 's Hill, Weybridge. Reportedly worth £175m and with his chest-hair insured for £3m he became famous during the 1960s with his exuberant acts, tight trousers and billowing shirts. Jones, born Jones Woodward, had a string of hits including the Bond film's and He was awarded OBE 1999 for his services to music and was knighted 2006. A mahogany Burroughes Watts 'Sheraton Revival' English billiard table owned by Tom Jones from 1967 until 1974 whilst he lived Weybridge went under the auctioneer's hammer 2008 for estimate of £50,000. original record sleeve of Jones'