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9 (32) Alan Carr; Comedian There are reports of a TV bidding war as the self-styled Tooth Fairy nears the end of his Channel 4 contract.
But the .5m he raised for Hillary Clinton's campaign came to nought...
7 (12) Michael Bishop; Chairman, BMI The former baggage-handler has turned BMI into the second-biggest full-service airline after BA.
In drawing up this year's celebration of Britain's gay and lesbian movers and shakers, the panel had to debate whether tea-time television or morning radio had more influence.
As you'll see, the presenter of Radio 4's 'Today' programme just had the edge over the creative genius behind Dr Who's renaissance.