Who Was Lady Godiva?
You might associate the name “Godiva” with a brand of Belgian chocolates, but it was first popularized as part of a 900-year-old English legend. The original Lady Godiva was an 11th century noblewoman...
Lady Godiva
Secondo la leggenda, Lady Godiva (nobildonna anglosassone), moglie del conte Leofrico di Coventry (Inghilterra) prese le parti della popolazione di Coventry,...
Clint Mansell
awesome music video for Lord of the Rings Thanks for all the comments, I tried to make the music go well with the movie, enjoy Fan made tribute video Based o...
Clint Mansell - Death is the Road to Awe - YouTube
Oct 8, 2011 ... All the copyright goes to Clint Mansell please give all the credit to him but in the mean time enjoy the video copyright: WMG.
Alex Day - Lady Godiva - YouTube
Mar 14, 2012 ... Download Lady Godiva on iTunes: http://dft.ba/-godiva Carrie: http://youtube.com/ itswaypastmybedtime Ciaran: http://twitter.com/ciaranobrien ...
William Craven, 5th Baron Craven
William Craven, 5th Baron Craven (19 September 1705 – 17 March 1769) was an English nobleman.He was the son of John Craven of Whitley, Coventry in Warwickshire and succeeded his cousin, Fulwar Craven,...
William Craven, 3rd Baron Craven
William Craven, 3rd Baron Craven (1700 – 10 August 1739) was an English nobleman.He inherited his father's title and estates at the age of only eleven and made his home at Hamstead Marshall in Berkshi...
William Craven, 3rd Baron Craven - Wikipedia
Who Was Lady Godiva?
You might associate the name “Godiva” with a brand of Belgian chocolates, but it was first popularized as part of a 900-year-old English legend. The original Lady Godiva was an 11th century noblewoman...
Keren Barratt
Keren P. J. Barratt (born February 1946) is an English former football referee, who operated in the Football League and Premier League. He was based in Coventry, West Midlands, during his time on the ...
John D. Lawson (scientist)
John David Lawson FRS (4 April 1923 – 15 January 2008) was a British engineer and physicist. He was born in Coventry and educated at Wolverhampton Grammar School before going on to St John's Colleg...
Dennis Spicer
Dennis Spicer (born Hillingdon County hospital, Middlesex, 1936 - died 16 November 1964) was a British ventriloquist who appeared on British television, and in variety in its twilight years, with his ...
Duncan Hopkins
Duncan Hopkins (born 21 September 1967) is an English born jazz composer and musician, playing double bass and electric bass. Hopkins was born in Coventry, West Midlands, his parents both musicians (h...
Pete Waterman
Peter Alan Waterman, OBE (born 15 January 1947) is an English record producer, songwriter, radio and club DJ, television presenter, president of Coventry Bears rugby league club and a keen railway ent...
Pete Waterman - Wikipedia
Sally Jones
Sarah M. Jones (Sally Jones) is a British television news and sports presenter, later writing freelance on education and sport for newspapers and magazines including the Sunday Times and Daily Telegr...
Sally Jones - Wikipedia
Jon Gaunt
Jonathan Charles Gaunt (born 3 March 1961 in Coventry), is an English radio talk show presenter, TV personality, newspaper columnist, social commentator and spokesman.Gaunt describes himself as a "wor...
Thomas Draxe
Thomas Draxe (died 1618) was an English divine, a theological and classical author.
Draxe was born at Stoneleigh, near Coventry, Warwickshire. He received his education at Christ's College, Cambri...
Thomas Edwards (divine)
Thomas Edwards (1729–1785) was an Anglican clergyman and divine.
Edwards was the son of Thomas Edwards, born at Coventry in August 1729, and educated at the free grammar school there. In 1746 he e...
Edgar Bainton
Edgar Leslie Bainton (14 February 1880 – 8 December 1956) was a British-born, latterly Australian-resident composer, most celebrated for his church music. His most famous piece is the l...
Gus Chambers
Gary Chambers (1956 – 13 October 2008), known as Gus Chambers, was a musician from Coventry, England. He was well known as lead vocalist of the groove metal band Grip Inc.
He took over vocals (fro...
Thomas Stedman Whitwell
Thomas Stedman Whitwell (1784–1840) was an English architect and civil engineer, best known for his collaboration with Robert Owen on an unrealised design for a secular communal utopia at New Harmony,...
Nick Pugh
Nick Pugh (born January 15, 1967) is an American artist, designer, and educator known for his work in digital fine art, originality in design, entertainment, and transportation.
Pugh has explored ...
Derek Higgs
Sir Derek Alan Higgs (3 April 1944 – 28 April 2008) was an English businessman and merchant banker. He was knighted in 2004. His father, Alan Higgs, was a multimillionaire through property businesses...
Walter of Coventry
Walter of Coventry (fl. 1290), English monk and chronicler, who was apparently connected with a religious house in the province of York, is known to us only through the historical compilation which be...
Carmen Silvera
Carmen Blanche Silvera (2 June 1922 – 3 August 2002) was a Canadian-born British comic actress of Spanish descent, who moved to Coventry, England, with her family when she was a child. Silvera was pos...
Carmen Silvera - Wikipedia
George Turnbull (businessman)
Sir George Henry Turnbull, CEng, FIMechE (17 October 1926 – 22 December 1992) was a UK automobile executive best remembered in the UK for his period as managing director of the Austin-Morris Division ...
George Turnbull (businessman) - Wikipedia