22 November 2005

Chris Terrill (A. 1965-70), has a new series on BBC 1 for 5 weeks from 22nd November 2005.

06 November 2005

Skilful advocate who led the takeovers and mergers panel and then served for ten challenging years as chairman of NatWest. Lord Alexander of Weedon, lawyer, Chairman of the Bar Council, 1985-86, and of National Westminster Bank, 1989-99, was born on September 5, 1936.

21 October 2005

Emily Nelson (W. 1997-02) has won Friday's (21st October 2005) heat of ITV's "A Brush With Fame".

01 August 2005

Dr Mervyn S Bell (H. 1950-55) died on 1st August 2005.

02 July 2005

Oliver H Brown OBE (S. 1927-31), SOE officer who trained guerrilla teams for the French and Dutch resistance. Died, 2nd July 2005, aged 91.

19 June 2005

Dr Seldon has just returned from a trip to the States during which he took the opportunity to meet with some local Old Brightonians.

19 June 2005

Andy Bacon (C. 1978-83) and his brother Richard have been awarded the coveted "Hamleys Best Toy of The Year Award 2005", for their toy "creAtiles", by a panel of judges headed by Jonathan Ross.

19 June 2005

The Sunset Strippers are none other than Brighton studio bods Harry Diamond (L. 1996-99), Sergei Hall, Kieron McTeman, who have already notched up a Top 25 hit with their remix of 'Cry Little Sister; the theme tune to the Lost Boys film. They have also remixed Planet Funk's forthcoming hit 'The Switch; which features in the latest Mitsubishi television adverts.

12 June 2005

At a time when the College is celebrating 150 years of cricket, it is sad to report the death of one of our great cricketers, Duncan Stewart (A. 1947-52). After a long illness, bravely resisted, he died on 12th June at the age of 71.

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