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As owner of the Jordan Grand Prix team, Eddie gave a young Michael Schumacher his first race in Formula 1. These days he is a key part of the BBC commentary team. Eddie finishes his after dinner speech on drums, playing a set full of covers with his new trio FTB!

Arguably one of the most popular food writers and broadcasters around, Nigella is famous for her unpretentious, friendly take on cooking, revelling especially in indulgent dishes. From Nigella Bites to The Taste, her shows have been international hits, as have her books, including How to be a Domestic Goddess and Nigella Christmas.

Arguably the most captivating figure tennis has ever seen, McEnroe has since enjoyed spells as a TV host, Davis Cup captain and rock singer. He is now involved in Superset, which pitches modern players against legends in single set matches.

Gordon won 160 caps for Manchester United, 180 for Aberdeen and 50 for Scotland, where he’s now manager. Known for his deadpan sense of humour, he was asked how his men felt after narrowly losing to England: “I don’t know, I didn’t ask. I talked for five minutes and walked out.”

Everyone’s favourite stroppy boss, and the original East End lad made good, Sir Alan hires and fires with gusto on The Apprentice. Having earned his Spurs as a football club chairman and sold Amstrad, he shares his savvy with select business audiences and explores the roots of entrepreneurship.

Sam won four Ryder Cup trophies in all, captaining his team to victory over the Americans at The Belfry 17 years after sinking the winning putt at the same venue. He’s since signed up to the Seniors Tour, and helped his fellow panellists to the first ever perfect score on A Question of Sport.

Since retiring from Test cricket, the first bowler to achieve 700 first class wickets has concentrated on his charity foundation. Shane reflects on his career, from the ball that announced his arrival on the world stage to playing his mum in a lager commercial.

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