James Alan McPherson, Kate Granger, Commander Peter Wippell, Denis Dubourdieu
Pearlman claimed to have been the first writer to use the phrase "heavy metal" to describe music.
It is not possible in a few words to do justice to Alan Goldberg's outstanding life. There is the private life of a loved and loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. And there is Goldberg's public life, which reached its highest point in the law – but also travelled down the paths of the arts, music, civil liberties, and the affairs of the Jewish community.
Gaye appeared in The Glenn Miller Story, Get Smart and I Dream of Jeannie
Forrest Jr. and his brother are credited with making Mars a diversified global empire
Such was his contribution to the knowledge of the eucalyptus genus that the 'Brooker's Gum' or Eucalyptus brookeriana was named in his honor.
The famed actor has paid tribute to his step-daughter Christina Knudsen after her death from cancer.
F!NK designer Robert Foster leaves behind a brilliant legacy that goes well beyond his iconic water jug.
Nixon was the voice behind Audrey Hepburn, Deborah Kerr and others
Filmmaker with a legacy of work that represents an invaluable film and photography archive on the cultures and traditions of the Pacific islands.
Bloomingdale shared soirées, holiday gatherings and family occasions with the Reagans.
Watts admired the Pistols' lead singer Johnny Rotten, but thought Vicious was "a hapless, malevolent prat".
Bone specialist who met his future wife over a cadaver in the dissecting room.
In the Bronx, Marshall said, "you were either an athlete or a gangster, or you were funny". His mother encouraged him to watch the comedians on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Bailey gained a large following of bereaved readers (her "tribe"), who found comfort in the way she expressed their own roller-coaster emotions
Audience disappointed to discover actors in Playboy of the Western World kept their clothes on
Prince Alexander found cousin King Peter a companion in his favourite pursuits of reckless driving, baiting tutors and picking up not entirely suitable girls
Francois Georges Domaingue died after a prolonged period of poor health. His was a long journey, full of achievements, despite humble beginnings and a modest end.
Peter Morley, who has died aged 91, carried out the only interview with Adolf Hitler's younger sister, Paula Wolf, and directed ITV's coverage of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, beating the BBC to secure a Bafta.
Harry Rabinowitz, who has died aged 100, was the original conductor for Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Cats.
Socialite Lady Renouf dies on her birthday.
June Loney was principal harpist with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
Australian athletics has lost one of its most successful contributors with the passing of former Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and national team coach Norm Osborne.
Hollywood photographer Bill Jones, one of the first black photographers working the celebrity beat, has died in his home in Los Angeles at age 81; neuroscientist Suzanne Corkin, who published more than 100 research papers on Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, has died aged 79; Squadron Leader Percy Beake, who flew Spitfires in the latter stages of the Battle of Britain has died aged 99; the last fugitive wanted over war crimes in the former Yugoslavia, Goran Hadzic, has died aged 57; French Resistance fighter who assassinated Philippe Henriot as part of the Paris Resistance has died aged 94.
Self-described as a "footloose" judge, he returned to work at age 70 "back from the dead" despite the loss of both feet in a medical emergency
Provenzano was arrested in shepherd's refuge after police tracked laundry of his partner
Michael Cimino, the Academy Award-winning filmmaker who became one of Hollywood's boldest directors with the haunting 1978 Vietnam War drama The Deer Hunter, and then all but squandered it two years later with Heaven's Gate, has died aged 77.
Elie Wiesel, the Auschwitz survivor who became an eloquent witness for the 6 million Jews slaughtered in World War II, died at his home in Manhattan.
Sally Beauman: "I was paid a great deal of money and wrote a book that was sexually explicit. Both were unforgivable."
Sydney Harbour pilot who always said that the longer a pilotage took, the more time there was to make mistakes.