Peter Alliss – born 28 February 1931 is a former English professional golfer, and BBC television presenter and commentator, author and golf course designer.
Alliss was best known for his charismatic and unique style of commentary and banter, often displaying a witty demeanour.
Since the death of Henry Longhurst in 1978, he has been regarded by many as the “Voice of (British) Golf”.
In December 2011, he was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in the Lifetime Achievement category and was inducted in May 2012.
Peter died in December 2020.
Anthony “Tony” Siragusa – born 14 May 1967 – nicknamed “Goose”, is a former National Football League defensive tackle who spent 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens. Siragusa retired following the 2001 season. He finished his…
Steve Hewlett was a writer, broadcaster and media consultant He presented The Media Show on Radio 4, and talked about media matters on BBC News and Sky News before his death in February 2017. He was diagnosed in March 2016…
Richard John Gwynne – born 23 April 1945 – is a former teacher and sports commentator and reporter. He was a commentator for the PDC darts tournaments which aired on Sky Sports. John died in July 2022.