The 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours are appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries. The Birthday Honours are awarded as part of the Queen's Official Birthday celebrations during the month of June. The Queen's Birthday Honours for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth realms were announced on 8 June, except the honours for New Zealand that were announced on 3 June and for Australia on 10 June.
Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the United Kingdom with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.
Julian Nicholas Braithwaite – Permanent Representative, UK Mission to the World Trade Organization, United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva, Switzerland. For services to British foreign policy.
Lawrence Arthur Covington, OBE – Lately Law Enforcement Adviser for the Caribbean Overseas Territories and Bermuda. For services to the Caribbean Overseas Territories and Bermuda
Clive Robert Humby – Chief Data Scientist, Starcount. For services to Data and Business in the UK.
Professor Beverley Jane Hunt – Professor of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, King's College London and Consultant in Clinical Haematology, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medicine
Dr. Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter – Chief Executive Officer, Coltraco Ultrasonics. For services to Business and International Trade.
Leyla Hussein – For services to Tackling Female Genital Mutilation and Gender Inequality.
David Graham Hutchinson – HM Inspector, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Offshore Diving Safety.
Merlin Michael Hyman – Chief Executive, Regen. For services to the Sustainable Energy Sector.
Josephine Ann James – Chief Executive, Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce. For services to the Economy in Kent.
Annwen Jones – Co-Founder, Target Ovarian Cancer. For services to charity.
Ben Coffman – For parliamentary and political service.
Raymond Colbourne – Team Leader, Planning Casework Unit, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. For public service.
Robert James Collister – For services to Mountaineering and Conservation.
Anthony Joseph Convery – Founder and Chairman, CDE Group. For services to the Northern Ireland Economy.
Andrew Smith Cooke – For services to Badminton.
Lesley Yvonne Wendy Coomer – Lately Chair, Together Trust. For services to Young People and the community in Cheshire.
Janette Cooper – Co-founder, volunteer, Board Member and lately Chair, Berkshire Women's Aid. For services to Women's Refuge and those affected by Domestic Violence.
Professor Jane Kennedy Core JP – Lately Director of Student and Library Services, Northumbria University. For services to Higher Education.
Richard Wykeham Cornwallis – former Secretary to the Council of Trustees, British International School, Jakarta, Indonesia and former Honorary Legal Adviser to the British Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia. For services to UK/Indonesia relations Gabrielle Anne COSTIGAN, Chief Executive, BAE Systems Australia. For services to UK/Australia relations
Katharine Alison Costelloe – Assistant Head, Operations Directorate, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
Dr Diane Crann (Diane Davies) – Founder, Engineering Masterclass Programme, Royal Institution. For services to Engineering Education.
Colin Michael Crowe – Lately Senior Officer, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security.
Ian William Crowe DL – For services to the community and to the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance.
William John Dallimore – For services to Target Shooting.
Nicola Daniels – For services to the community in South Shropshire.
Jacqueline Caryl Dankworth – Recording Artist, Actress and Singer. For services to Music.
Anita Elizabeth Darlison – Consultant Nurse, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Head of Services, Mesothelioma UK. For services to Cancer Research and Patients.
Donald Ewen Dugald Macinnes Darroch – Special Constable, Police Scotland. For services to Law and Order on the Isle of Jura, Inner Hebrides.
Jacqueline Davidson – Founder and Director, Jackie Davidson Management. For services to Music.
Gerallt Bowen Davies – National Operations Officer Wales, St John Ambulance. For services to First Aid provision in Wales.
Kathryn Davies – Assistant Director, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to the Investigation of Organised Crime.
Richard Craig Davies – HM Cutter Commander, Border Force. For services to Border Security.
William Gareth Davies – For services to the community in Merthyr Tydfil.
Fiona Hamilton-Fairley – Chief Executive Officer, Kids' Cookery School. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Dr. Richard Anthony Hancock – For services to charity and the community in Chichester, West Sussex.
Andrew Richard Hanson – Co-ordinator of Science Ambassadors, National Physical Laboratory. For services to STEM Education.
Judith Mary Harper – For services in Fostering in Gawcott, Buckinghamshire.
Gillian Ruth Harris – For services to Libraries in Education.
Ian James Harris – Chief of Staff, British Embassy Kabul, Afghanistan. For services to British foreign policy
Ian John Harris – Incident Officer, Network Rail. For services to the Railway in South Wales.
Marcus David Hayes – For services to Education and Law in Cheshire.
Clare Elizabeth Hayward DL – Board Member, Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership and Chair, Make It Macclesfield. For services to Economic Regeneration in Macclesfield.
David Christopher Hayward – Chief Executive Officer, Micropore Technologies. For services to International Trade and the North East Chemical Sector.
Caroline Anne Headon – Police Staff, South Wales Police. For services to Policing and Tackling Serious and Organised Crime in Wales.
Norman Richard Healy – For services to Wildlife Management in England.
Peter Michael Helps – For services to the Arts, Music and Education.
Joseph Edgar Henderson – Group Chief Executive and Founder, Henderson Insurance Broking Group. For services to Business and the community in Lincolnshire.
Michael Ridsdale Hepple – Senior Delivery Lead, Operational Excellence Digital Services - Automation, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers.
Susanne Margaret Hewitt – Consultant Emergency Physician, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Helen Macpherson Hibbs – Clinical Accountable Officer, NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to NHS Leadership.
Jaspaul Kaur Hill – Headteacher, Mayfield Primary School. For services to Education.
Marcia Hipwell – For services to Fostering in Plymouth.
Martin Andrew Hipwell – For services to Fostering in Plymouth.
Sonia Hitch – Co-founder and volunteer, Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group. For services to Survivors of Sexual Violence.
Simon Christopher Hodges – Security Team Officer, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to national security
Ruth Elizabeth Holdaway – Chief Executive Officer, Women in Sport. For services to Gender Equality in Sport.
Andrew Nigel Horncastle – For services to charity and Business in the community in East Yorkshire.
Jane Henson Horne – Lately Councillor, Forest of Dean District Council. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in the Forest of Dean.
Mark Philip Horton – Chief Executive Officer, Ballinderry Rivers Trust and All-Ireland Director, The Rivers Trust. For services to Conservation.
Patricia Margaret Hudson – For services to Fostering in Birmingham.
Skinder Singh Hundal – Chief Executive Officer, The New Art Exchange. For services to Visual Arts.
Kelly Hunter – Artistic Director, Flute Theatre. For services to Theatre.
John Gordon Irwin – Consultant Chartered Surveyor. For services to Business and Economic Regeneration on Teesside.
Elizabeth Jane Bewick Jackson – Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills. For services to the Northern Ireland Economy and Innovation in Law.
Dawda Jatta – Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Black and Minority Ethnic Environment Network. For services to Recycling and Energy Saving in Hull.
Tayyebah Jiva – Adoption Team Manager, Penny Appeal. For services to Children and Families.
Julie Marie Johns – Founder, Safe Space Consultancy. For services to People suffering Domestic Abuse and to charity.
Dr. Adrian Brendan Johnston – For services to Peacebuilding and the community in Northern Ireland.
Adam Nicholas Jollans – Chair, Hampshire Scout Expeditions. For services to Scouting and Young People.
John William Charles Jolly – Co-Founder and Manager, Sudden Adult Death Trust UK. For services to Raising Awareness of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.
Christopher Jones – C2, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
Donald Jones – Founder, Cambridge College, Lima, Peru and Founding member of British Schools Peru and the Association of British Schools in Latin America. For services to education in Peru and Latin America
George Christopher Jones – Operational Delivery Leader, Manchester. HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Customs.
Clarence Bennie Robinson BEM – For services to the community in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire.
Patricia Roden – Senior Officer in Charge, Reasonable Adjustments Support Team. For services to Disability Support.
Sidney James Roffey – For services to World War Two Evacuees and their Families.
David Graham Rogers – Chief Executive Officer, Copper Horse Ltd. For services to Cyber Security.
Rachael Ross – Founder, Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association. For services to Education and Down Syndrome.
Simon Paul Rowe – For services to the community in Salisbury.
Mark Gordon Runacus – For services to Advertising.
Katherine Jane Ryan – Headteacher, Matthew Arnold School. For services to Education.
Sarabjit Kaur Sahota – For services to Education.
Khalid Saifullah – For services to the community in North West England.
Imran Sanaullah – Chief Executive Officer, Patchwork Foundation. For services to Young People.
Nicholas Mark Sanders – For services to Endurance Cycling and Motorcycling.
Anne Patricia Sarrag – For services to Improving Access to Reading in the UK.
Susan Savage – For services to the community in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Cary Rajinder Sawhney – For services to Film.
Margaret Lesley Scott – Lately Headteacher, Forest Lodge Primary School. For services to Education.
Sandra May Scotting – For services to the community in East London and Kent.
Ian Christopher Norman Seaton – Lately Chairman, Board of Governors, City of London School. For services to Education and Training in London.
Colin John Seccombe – Board Member, UK Community Foundations. For services to Business and the community in North East England.
Madonna Sarah Shaughnessy – Higher Officer, National Frontier Approvals Unit, Border Force, Home Office. For public service.
Dr. Abdullahi Shehu – For services to Community Cohesion in Coventry.
Robert James Shephard – For services to the Environment and community in Patterdale.
Jane Shepherd – Managing Director, Shepherd PR. For services to International Trade and the community in Staffordshire.
Kathryn Louise Shippey – For voluntary service to Inclusion in Football Spectating.
Peter David Shippey – For voluntary service to Inclusion in Football Spectating.
William Henry Sholdis – For services to the Scout Movement and to Young People in North and West Belfast.
Dr. Marie Short – Trustee, Scottish Huntington’s Association and Coach, Grangemouth Synchronised Swimming Club. For services to charity.
Ian Thomas Simpson – Immigration Officer, Home Office. For public service.
Aghia Pal Singh – Infrastructure Engineer, West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service. For services to charity and the community in the West Midlands.
Christine Eleanor Sloan – Founder, Crathie Opportunity Holidays. For services to People with Disabilities and to Tourism.
Matthew Clifford Smith – Business Manager, Sheringham Woodfields School and Founder and Trustee, North Walsham Play. For services to Children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities.
Mark Andrew Smith – International Liaison Officer, British Embassy, Quito, Ecuador. For services to international security
Alfred Arnold Smithers – British Honorary Consul, Halifax, Canada. For services to British nationals overseas
David Murray Alexander Smythe – Chairman, Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers. For services to the Tourism Industry.
Daniel Snow – Journalist, Historian and Presenter. For services to History.
Narendra Kantilal Solanki – Chair, Multi Academy Trust, St Simon and St Judes Primary School, Bolton. For services to Education.
Shirley Joan Sorbie – For services to Children with Disabilities in Dorset.
Jacalyn Tarry Southcombe – Performance Improvement and Project Lead, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxation, Mental Health Support and charity.
Christie Darren Spurling – Founder, N-Gage. For services to Young People in Greater Manchester.
Alexandra Jane Stanyer – Founder and Principal, The Puzzle Centre. For services to Young People with Autism.
Jennifer Mary Stephens – Chief Officer for Adult Care and Health, Devon County Council. For services to Social Care.
Jacqueline Elizabeth Stewart – Lately Principal, Downshire High School. For services to Education.
Gavin Eric Stones – Technical Manager, National Measurement Office Certification Body, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Product Safety.
Samuel Francis John Stopford – For services to Ballroom and Latin American Dance.
Catherine Margaret Strachan – Learning and Development Manager, MBDA UK Ltd. For services to Career Development and to Young People.
Nicholas Graham Sturge – Director, Engine Shed. For services to the Digital Economy.
Emdad Hossain Talukder – Community Resource Officer, Tower Hamlets Social Services Family Placement Services and Foster Carer. For services to Fostering.
Gillian Claire Taylor – Macmillan Nurse Consultant, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Colorectal Cancer Nursing.
Katherine Rachel Taylor – Owner and Director, Drewtons Ltd. For services to the Economy and community in Yorkshire.
Kevin Michael Taylor – lately President, British Telecom Asia, Middle East and Africa and lately Chairman, British Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong. For services to UK/Hong Kong commercial relations
Katie Taylor – D, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
William Douglas Tennant (William Bregulla) – For voluntary service in the UK and Ghana.
Bernadette Thomas – Intercountry Adoption Team Leader, Department for Education. For services to Young People.
Edwin Francis Thomas JP – Chairman, British Ex-Services Wheelchair Sports Association. For services to Disability Sport and the community in Cornwall.
Fay Margaret Doreen Thomas – Fundraiser, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. For services to Children.
Dawn Thomas – Team Leader, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to diversity
Nicholas Jeffrey Thomas – Founder and Chairman, Qdos Entertainment Limited. For services to the Entertainment Industry and to charity.
Ann Marion Thomson – Chair, Extend Exercise Training Ltd. For services to Physiotherapy Education and Disabled People through Swimming Exercise.
Charles Ian Howie Thomson – Vice Chairman, Scottish Target Shooting. For services to Target Shooting.
Sylvia Margaret Tiffney – For services to Children in North East Lincolnshire.
Brian James Tobin – Chief Executive Officer, Iceni Ipswich. For services to Drug Rehabilitation in Suffolk.
Robin Townsend – For services to the community in South Wiltshire.
Yuk Kiu Tse – Chair, Anglo Chinese Cultural Exchange, Ipswich. For voluntary service to the community in Suffolk.
Andrew John Turner – For services to the community in Chorley, Lancashire.
John Philip Turner – For services to Healthcare and the community in Portsmouth.
Lynn Denise Tyler – Executive Assistant to Director, Air Support, Defence Equipment and Support, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
Jonathan David Vaughan – Executive Director, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, Malawi. For services to combating the illegal wildlife trade in Malawi
Dexter Edgar Vickery – Head of Network and Resources, Europe Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy
Michael David Viggers – Lately Chair, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to the NHS.
Ghulam Mohammed Vohra – Vice Chairman, Coventry Muslim Forum. For services to Community Cohesion.
Saira Wajid – Head of Engagement, Museum of London. For services to Culture and Diversity.
Susan Elizabeth Wakefield – Scheme Coordinator, Independent Visitor Scheme, Doncaster Children's Trust. For services to Children in Care in Doncaster.
Melanie Jane Walker – Chief Executive, Devon Partnership NHS Trust and Chair, Space. For services to Mental Health and Learning Disabilities in the NHS.
Ruth Jane Walker – Executive Nurse Director, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. For services to Nursing in the NHS.
Ruth Wallace – For services to Young People and the Belfast Trust Fostering Service.
Colin James Walsh – Chief Executive Officer, Crescent Capital, Northern Ireland. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland.
Frances Rosemary Watson – For services to People with Learning Disabilities in Gloucestershire.
Mark Watson – For services to Community Policing.
Janice Way – Lately Intercountry Adoption Programme and Training Development Manager, The Centre for Adoption. For services to Vulnerable Children and Families.
Ian Christopher Weatherill – Managing Director, Hope Technology Ltd. For services to Business, Innovation and the community in Lancashire.
Liane Weller – C1, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
Susan Westwood – Regional Lead, Adoption Counts Regional Adoption Agency, Stockport. For services to Vulnerable Children and Families.
Timothy Charles Wheeler – For services to charity and Education.
John Andrew Whelan – For services to Business and Equality.
Jean Sheila Whimster – Secretary, The Glasgow Society of Women Artists. For services to the Promotion of Women in Art.
Jacqueline White – For services to charity and Vulnerable People in Cornwall.
Keith Terence White – Senior Manager, UK Financial Intelligence Unit, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement.
Dr. Peter Norman Whitehead – For services to Equestrian Sport Science and Medicine.
Terence Keith Wilcox – For voluntary service to the Special Olympics.
Peter Neil Wilson – Test Pilot, BAE Systems. For services to UK defence
Councillor David Tyrie Williams JP – For political service in Local Government.
Elizabeth Alana Williams – Director, Digital Society, BT. For services to Digital Literacy and Social Inclusion.
Susan Williams – For services to the community in Lymm, Cheshire.
Derek John Wilson – For public and political service.
Dr. Jean Lesley Wilson – President, Church Monuments Society. For services to Heritage.
Jennifer May Wilson – For services to Scottish Country Dancing and charity.
Clive Leslie Wood – Managing Director, Tees Components Ltd. For services to Engineering, Skills and the community on Teesside.
Jacqueline Claire Woodcock – Founder and Patron, Dying to Work Campaign. For services to Employment Protection for Terminally Ill Workers.
Matthew Woodcock – For services to Forestry and the Development of Woodfuel.
Margaret Mary Woodhouse – For services to Education across Greater Manchester.
Janis Ann Wright – Specialist Nurse, Orthopaedics, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Nursing.
Grantley William Yearwood – For services to the community in West London.
Wendy Yianni – For services to Education and the community in the London Borough of Brent.
Jurgita Zilinskiene – Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Guildhawk (lately Today Translations). For services to International Trade.
Warrant Officer John Alpert, Royal Air Force
Major Simon Peter Ash, VR, General List, Army Reserve
Acting Staff Sergeant Lorraine Bennett, VR, Adjutant General’s Corps (Military Provost Staff Branch), Army Reserve
Corporal Alexander Edward Binks, Royal Corps of Signals
Warrant Officer Class 2 Daniel Charles Bird, Royal Corps of Signals
Captain Gregory Philip Blezard, Royal Corps of Signals
Warrant Officer Class 2 Matthew Stewart Bragg, The Royal Logistic Corps
Major Tracey Elizabeth Brooks, Adjutant General’s Corps (Royal Military Police)
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Neil Byfield, Royal Corps of Signals
Squadron Leader Beverley Cartwright, Royal Air Force
Captain Gary Case, The Rifles, Army Reserve
Commander Adam Gregory Clarke, Royal Navy
Major Robert John Colquhoun, The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Flight Lieutenant Neil Cottle, Royal Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel Paul David Denton, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Warrant Officer Class 2 Stephen Christian Dixon, Royal Corps of Signals
Major John Hutchison Dunn, Scots Guards
Lieutenant Colonel Gregory Colin Ehlen, Adjutant General’s Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch)
Chief Petty Officer Air Engineering Technician (Avionics) Thomas Michael Eland, Royal Navy
Major Rosamund Veronica Elliott, Corps of Royal Engineers
Warrant Officer Class 2 David Robert Evans, VR, 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards, Army Reserve
Major Roy Falshaw, VR, The Royal Yeomanry, Army Reserve.
Major Jonathan David Leonard Ferman, Royal Tank Regiment
Sergeant Andrew James Floyd, Royal Air Force
Air Engineering Technician (Mechanical) Matthew Kenneth Gallimore, Royal Navy
Major Storm William Green, Coldstream Guards
Major David Charles Groce, The Royal Logistic Corps
Major Nicholas Alexander Heppenstall, The Royal Logistic Corps
Warrant Officer Class 1 Martin James Howlin, Grenadier Guards
Squadron Leader Robert Lockhart McCartney, Royal Air Force
Captain Paul John McComb, The Parachute Regiment
Captain Ian McDougall, Royal Marines
Major Mark McGroarty, The Royal Irish Regiment
Squadron Leader Andrew Paul Millikin, Royal Air Force
Major Nigel Ian Mudd, Royal Regiment of Artillery
Major Gordon William Muir, The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Captain Geoffrey John Nicholls, The Mercian Regiment
Squadron Leader Roisin Mary O’Brien, Royal Air Force
Major Shaun Thomas Phillips, The Parachute Regiment
Warrant Officer 1 (Physical Trainer) Natasha Pulley, Royal Navy
Corporal Netrabahadur Rana, The Royal Gurkha Rifles
Lieutenant Commander James Reynolds, Royal Navy
Commander Kevin Francis Robertson, Royal Navy
Major Fiona Jill Rogers, Adjutant General’s Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch), Army Reserve,
Major Taitusi Kagi Saukuru, QGM, The Royal Logistic Corps
Wing Commander Tara Elizabeth Scott, Royal Air Force
Lieutenant Commander Martin Shakespeare, Royal Naval Reserve
Flight Sergeant Adrian Terry Shepherd, Royal Air Force
Warrant Officer Class 2 Philip John Smith, Royal Corps of Signals
Flight Lieutenant Michael Anthony Stokes, Royal Air Force
Captain Darren Lee Taylor, Royal Army Physical Training Corps
Acting Flight Sergeant Ann Thomas, Royal Air Force
Warrant Officer Class 1 Marc Thomson, Adjutant General’s Corps (Royal Military Police)
Chief Petty Officer Engineering Technician (Communication Information Systems) Helena Gail Ward, Royal Navy
Warrant Officer 2 Andrew Philip Watson, Royal Marines
Acting Major John Dennis Wharton, Adjutant General’s Corps (Military Provost Staff Branch)
Warrant Officer John Vaughan Williams, Royal Air Force
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Dr. Naeem Ahmed – Consultant Radiologist, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust and Founder, Selfless. For services to volunteering and Healthcare.
Naseem Akhtar – For services to Health, Fitness and Sports for Women in Birmingham.
Robert Michael Anderson – For voluntary service to Sport in Peterlee, County Durham.
Helena Anderson-Wright – Convenor, Robert Burns World Federation Schools Committee (North East Section). For services to the Arts in Aberdeenshire.
David John Arlott – Watch Manager, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Fire and Rescue in Oxfordshire.
Patricia Ascroft – For services to Fundraising and the community in Garstang, Lancashire.
Dr. Andrew Ashbee – For services to the community in Snodland, Kent.
Richard William Austin – For services to the community in Boston, Lincolnshire.
Rev Carol Rosemary Avery – For services to the community in Kent.
Graham Ayres – Firefighter, Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire Service and the community in Brackley, Northamptonshire.
Charles Bain – Fundraiser, Alzheimer's Research. For services to charity in Aberdeen.
Gillian Bainbridge – Secretary, Bells Lane and Aspley Tenants and Residents Association. For services to Tenants.
Martin Stewart Bartlett – For services to the community in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
Roger Beard – For services to the community in Newent, Gloucestershire.
Kevin Allan Beaumont – For services to Minor County Cricket.
Mervyn Best – For services to the community in Northern Ireland.
Andrew Bignell – For services to Public Libraries.
Trudie Jane Bird – For services to Charitable Fundraising and the community in Milton Keynes.
Winifred Yvonne Craig Birnie – Treasurer, Rothiemurchus and Aviemore Tennis Club. For services to Sport in Badenoch and Strathspey.
Alison Elizabeth Blayney – For services to the community in Kilcooley, Northern Ireland.
June Patricia Boyne (June Ranger) – For services to Dance in Swanage.
Anne Elizabeth Bradshaw – Lately Head of Operations and Regulatory Affairs, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Laboratory Medicine.
Kimberley Ann Briggs – Resource and Finance Director, East Belfast Community Development Agency. For services to the community in East Belfast.
Thomas George Dennis Brock – For services to the community in Sunbury on Thames.
Ann Isabel Brogan – Co-Lead for Emergency Responders, Glasgow and Renfrewshire and Chair, Volunteer Fundraisers, Renfrewshire. For voluntary service in Renfrewshire.
Maureen Bruce – For services to Young People and the community in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire.
Michael David Brunton – For services to the community in Allington and Boscombe, Wiltshire.
Wilfred Burt – For services to Scouting, Young People and the community in Stoke on Trent.
Deborah Ann Burton – President, Forest Fire Alert Association, the Algarve, Portugal. For services to the community in the Algarve, Portugal
Martin Burton – For services to Public Libraries.
Reverend John Walter Butcher – Force Chaplain, West Midlands Police. For services to West Midlands Police and the community in Birmingham.
Jean Butterfield – Town Councillor, Harrogate Town Council. For services to Local Government.
Pauline Elizabeth Byles – Associate Head, Dr. Triplett's C of E Primary School. For services to Education and the community in London.
Andrew John Callard – For voluntary service to Weightlifting.
Raymond Stephen Carroll – Car Pool Manager, Northern Ireland Office. For public service.
Ian Lee Carter – For services to the Church and charity in Essex.
Sandra Cartner – For services to Charitable Fundraising.
Julie Frances Cashell – Manager, Oaklands Care Home. For services to Older People in Powys.
William Robert Caskey – Watch Commander, Magherafelt Fire Station. For services to the community in Magherafelt.
David John Cawthorn – For services to Hockey.
Asal Chaharsough-Shirazi – Founder, Jeunvie Skincare and the Autoimmune Support Awareness London. For services to Autoimmune Disease Awareness and Education.
Lynn Mary Chantrey – Police Staff Volunteer, Lincolnshire Police. For voluntary service to the community in Lincolnshire.
Mary Francisca Sarah Chapman – For services to Adult Education in Rochester and Medway, Kent.
Winifred Taggart Chinery – Nurse, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and Patient Safety.
Christopher John Chittell – Actor. For services to Drama and charity.
Barry Frederick Clark – For services to Libraries.
Patricia Diane Clarke – Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Primary Integrated Community Services Ltd. For services to Diabetes Care.
David Allan Clegg – Founder, Trebus Projects. For services to People with Dementia.
Kathleen Cleveland-Dunn – For services to Charitable Fundraising in North London.
Lorna Clyne – For voluntary service to Hockey in Scotland.
Valerie Anne Collard – For services to Children and charity.
Anthony Frederick Charles Collier – For services to Charity, Fundraising and the community in Cheshire.
Richard David Collins – For services to the community in Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Mary Kidd Conacher – For services to Kayaking and Canoeing in Scotland.
Isabel Charlene Almeida Condeco – For services to Slamannan Parish Church and the community in Stirlingshire.
David Cook – Lately Driver, Government Car Service. For public service.
Frederick Robert Cookes – For services to the community in Barston Village, Solihull.
Maria Coulter – Personal and Business Coach, The Construction Coach. For services to Diversity and Inclusion in the Construction Industry.
Bernard Coyne – For voluntary service to Rugby Union in Middlesbrough.
David Masson Craig – For services to Outdoor Education and Canoeing on Speyside.
Valerie Violet Crichton – For services to Road Racing in Northern Ireland.
Elizabeth Mary Crockett – For services to the community in Worthing, West Sussex.
Janet Mary Croxson – For services to the community in Brockdish, Norfolk.
Anne Cunningham – Volunteer, Thames Valley Police. For services to Policing and the community in Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
Stewart Cusden – lately Chair, British Benevolent Fund, Madrid, Spain. For services to the British community in Spain
Munsif Dad – For political service.
Andrew Dalton – For services to the community in Morley, West Yorkshire.
Stanley Francis Davies – For services to the community in Braintree, Essex.
Beverly Jean Denbury – Chairperson and Founder, The Journey of Hope, Botswana. For services to breast cancer awareness in Botswana
Joanna Louise Dervisoglu – For services to Women following Mastectomy Surgery.
Dr. Sivaramkrishnan Devaraj – Volunteer. For services to Health Charity Fundraising and General Practice.
Elizabeth Dimmock – For services to Gender Equality.
Robert Patrick Doherty – For services to Young People through Golf in Portrush, Northern Ireland.
Brigid Dougherty – Staff Officer, Probation Board for Northern Ireland. For services to Criminal Justice.
James Downing – Founder, London Youth Rowing. For services to Rowing and Young People in London.
Richard Dunk – For voluntary service to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Janet Dunn – For services to the community in Sefton.
Jean Dunn – Nurse, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing.
Susan Durrant – C2, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
Jennifer Durward – Volunteer, Accord Hospice, Paisley. For services to Palliative Care in Renfrewshire.
Shirley Muriel Ellis – For services to People with Learning Disabilities in Pwllheli, Gwynedd.
Fiona Ruth Ellwood – Lately Senior Lecturer and External Examiner, University of Chester and Patron, The Society of British Dental Nurses. For services to Dentistry.
Jonathan Eno – For services to Jazz Music Education.
Justine Charlotte Everett – Ground Operations Manager, EasyJet. For services to Border Security.
Judith Farquharson – For services to the community in Killingworth.
Rosemary Ann Fell – For voluntary service to the British Malaysian Society.
Siobhan Fennell – Founder, Accessible Belper. For services to Transport Accessibility, Inclusion and Disability Awareness.
Kathryn Jane Fielding – For services to Goalball and Blind and Partially Sighted People.
Deborah Jane Fletcher – For services to the community in Folkestone, Kent.
Julie Elizabeth Fountain – Dental Care Professional and Manager, Teeth Team Limited. For services to Dentistry.
Anthony William Freeman – For services to charity and the community in Taunton, Somerset.
Dr. Peter Michael Frost – For services to community in Peckham, London.
Horace Alfred Gafan – Lately Dock Master, Gibdock Limited, Gibraltar. For services to the ship repair industry in Gibraltar
Nigel James Gayner JP – For services to the community in Southend on Sea, Essex.
John Stanley Gibbons – Choral and Music Director. For services to Music.
Leonard Gibson – For services to World War Two Remembrance and the community in Sunderland.
Carol Anne Gilson – For services to the community in Honiton, Devon.
Michael John Gittus JP – For services to the community in Alcester, Warwickshire.
John Glover – For services to Athletics.
James McCrorie Gourlay – Founder, Vaspar Football Club. For services to Youth and Professional Football.
Heather Jane Gracey – For services to the community in Lisburn.
Kate Mary-Rose Grant – For services to the community in Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Robert George Bruce Grant – For services to charity.
Jennifer Valmai Margaret Greenwood – For services to the community in Lydgate, Greater Manchester.
Thomas William Howard Greenwood – For services to Music and the community in Richmond upon Thames.
Barry Gribben – Building Supervisor, Edenderry Primary School. For services to Education and Sport in Armagh.
John David Griffin – For services to Running in Wales.
Alan Thomas Griffiths – For services to the community in Foleshill, Coventry.
Frederick Wayne Gruba – For services to Victims of Terrorism.
Marilyn Haddon – For services to Charitable Fundraising.
Clare Janette Haggart – Co-Director, Phoenix Theatre. For services to Theatre and the Arts in the North East of Scotland.
Michael William Haines – For services to People with Disabilities in Cambridgeshire.
Enid Hales – For services to the community in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside.
Margaret Frances Hall – For services to the community in Dunfermline and the Kuvela Othandwen charity.
Caroline June Hampson – For services to the Arts and the community in Bedwas, Caerphilly.
Jeffrey Gerard Hancock – Police Staff, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to charity.
Simon Christopher Harding – For voluntary service to the community in Bury St Edmunds.
Leonard Hardy – For services to Armed Forces Veterans in Warwickshire.
Georgina Lynde Harvey – President, Original Charity Shop and Library, Javea, Spain. For services to charity
Doris Agatha Harper-Wills – For services to Arts Education and Culture.
Graham Leslie Harris – For services to the community in the Mendips, Somerset.
His Honour John David Woodburn Hayman – For services to the community in Binsted and Alton, Hampshire.
Susan Margaret Henderson – Student Services Manager, University of Winchester. For services to Higher Education.
Valerie Jane Hepworth – For services to the Yorkshire Gardens Trust and Conservation.
June Mary Herron – For services to Highland Dancing and the community in Elgin and Moray.
John Peter Hess – For services to the community in Chorlton, Cheshire.
Stephen Hicks – Lately Police Constable, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Young People in Enfield, London.
John Noel Hillier – For voluntary service to Athletics.
David Alfred Hitcham – For services to the community in Aylsham.
Andrew Edmund Forster Hitchen – For services to music in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
Bruce Anthony Hoad – Director and Strategic Advisor, Operation Florian, Republic of Moldova. For services to emergency service personnel and vulnerable communities in the Republic of Moldova
David Hogben – For services to the community in Herne Bay, Kent.
Elizabeth Anne Hoggan – For services to the community in Cupar and to Dr. Graham's Homes in Kalimpong, India.
Helen Holland – For voluntary service to the community in North Belfast.
Susan Elizabeth Hollingworth – For services to Music and the community in Scunthorpe.
Robert William Irwin Holmes – Staff Officer, Benefit Security Division, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Fundraising.
Isabel Graham Hood – Environmental Campaigner. For services to Environmental Conservation.
Stephen Hoskins – For services to Young People in the Scouting Movement in Northern Ireland.
Joan Howarth – For voluntary service to the community in Somerset and Wiltshire.
Major Brian Michael Hudson – For voluntary service to the community in Sussex.
Christine Anne Hughes – Physiotherapist. For services to People with Learning Disabilities in Wrexham, North Wales.
Courtney Hughes – For services to Older and Vulnerable People in Oxfordshire.
Gareth James Hughes – For services to Fundraising and Autism Awareness.
Gerald Humes – For voluntary and charitable services.
Judith Margaret Hutton – For services to the community in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.
Ronald Aloysius Hyde-Williams – Lately Data and MI Officer, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For public service and Diversity and Inclusion.
Susan Joy James – For services to Save the Children.
Richard Jay – For services to Young People and Music in Northern Ireland.
Dr. Pauline Jeffree – For services to the community in Beckenham.
Ian Kevin Jenkins – Caseworker, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. For public and community service in Swansea.
Wendy Johnson – Head of Adult Safeguarding and Mental Health, Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing.
Annie Johnston – For services to Irish Craftwork.
Catherine Carson Johnston – For services to the community in Ladykirk, Berwickshire.
Walter Kammerling – For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
Vallabh Kaviraj – For services to Asian Media and the South Asian community in the UK.
Brian Edward Keen – For services to the community in Riccall, North Yorkshire.
Gabriele Keenaghan – For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
Dr. Anne (Rex) Kelly – For services to Victims of Modern Slavery.
Peter Ernest Kidd – For services to the community in Little Bealings, Suffolk.
Nicholas Hector Kier DL – For services to the community in Bedfordshire.
Hannah Kirk – For services to Holocaust Education.
Robert Samuel Kirk – For services to Holocaust Education.
Alison Jane Kitson – District Nurse, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing.
Terence Arthur Knights – Civilian Instructor, Exmouth Squadron, RAF Air Cadets. For voluntary service to Young People and the community in Exmouth.
Subramaniam Chettiar Kugasenan Chettiar (Raj Chettiar) – For services to the Tamil community in West London.
Santosh Diwarkanath Kundi – For services to Education and charity in the UK and Abroad.
Mary Winifred Lambert – School Governor, Broad Heath Primary School. For services to Education.
Norman George Larke – Chairman, Chatteris Branch, The Royal British Legion. For voluntary service to the ex-Service community in Cambridgeshire.
Shamsa Jabeen Latif – For services to Disadvantaged People in South Yorkshire.
James Thomas Laverty – For services to Swimming and Disability Sport.
Rhiannon Katherine Lawrence – Chair of Governors, Curzon C of E Combined School, Buckinghamshire. For services to Education.
Mark Edward Le Sage – For voluntary service to the community and to the Rehabilitation of Offenders.
Kathleen Emily Lee – Nurse, Medident, Muscat, Oman. For services to the health and welfare of British nationals overseas
Marion Levett – Project Manager, Women4Women. For services to Women in Abusive Situations and the community in Clackmannanshire.
Ruzena Levy – For services to Holocaust Education.
Eileen Joyce Lindsay – Dance Teacher, The Lindsay School of Dance. For services to Dance and the community in North East Scotland.
Martin Stephen Lown – Group Commander, Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service. For services to The Fire Fighters Charity.
Karen Jane Macaulay – For voluntary service to Lancashire Constabulary.
Christina Fraser MacDonald – Member, Carnoustie Branch, Royal British Legion Scotland. For voluntary service to Veterans and the community in Carnoustie.
Katherine Ruth Macpherson – For voluntary service to Women's Running in County Durham.
Irene Nora Elizabeth Macwilliam – For services to Textile Art in Northern Ireland.
Colin Philip Magill – For services to Local Government and the community in County Down.
Ruth Elizabeth Maltman TD DL – For services to the community in Glasgow.
Dr. Maryanne Zonia Ajanthini Mariyaselvam – National Innovation Accelerator Fellow, Clinical Research Fellow, Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Trust and University of Cambridge. For services to Healthcare.
John Campbell Martin – For services to the Farming community in Northern Ireland.
Kathleen Margaret Martin – For services to the community in Chalfont St Giles.
Jill May – Member and Fundraiser, Cancer Research UK. For services to Cancer Research UK.
Jane Elizabeth Mayo – Chairman, Campbeltown Community Business Ltd, Cambeltown Picture House. For services to Cultural Heritage, Business and charity in Argyll and Bute.
Hazel Davina McAllan – Chair, Balnagask Community Centre. For services to the community in Aberdeen.
Thomas McArdle – Street Cleansing Operative. For services to the community in Liverpool.
Peter Michael McCartney – For services to the community in Merseyside.
Andrew McClarty – For services to charity.
Denise McCunnell – For services to Victims of Sexual Abuse.
Susan McDonald – Director, Active Communities (Scotland) Limited. For services to Community Sport, Health and Wellbeing in Renfrewshire.
Robert Alastair McFarland – Head of Technology, Limavady High School. For services to Education and the community in Londonderry.
Breda McGrenaghan – For services to Cancer Patients in County Fermanagh.
Philip McGrenaghan – For services to Cancer Patients in County Fermanagh.
Brendan McInerney – For services to Volunteering, the Public Sector and the community in Gloucestershire.
Christina Elizabeth McIntosh – For services to the Environment and the community in Alness, Ross-shire.
George Clarke McLaughlin – For services to the Northern Ireland Fire Brigade and voluntary service to the community in Limavady.
Sally Theresa Anne McMahon – For services to Libraries.
Francis Joseph McNally – Deputy Principal, Department for Infrastructure, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Government in Northern Ireland and Prostate Cancer Awareness.
Alexandra McNaul – Nursery Assistant, Kylemore Nursery School. For services to Education and to the community in Portrush, Northern Ireland.
Robert McQuillan – For services to Music in Ballymena.
Roger Stanford Mead – For charitable services in Cornwall.
Norman Mellor – For services to charity in Huddersfield.
James Alfred Edward Mercer – For services to Young People and Football in County Armagh.
Elizabeth Milne – Co-Director, Phoenix Theatre. For services to Theatre and the Arts in the North East of Scotland.
John Charles Minor – For services to Community Support and Cohesion.
Karen Mitchell – Lead Cancer Nurse, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Cancer Patients and Nursing.
William Henderson Moore – For services to People with Special Educational Needs in Ellesmere Port.
Diana Ruth Moran – For charitable services.
Phillips Montague Mosscrop – For services to the community in Macclesfield.
David Macaulay Murray – Emergency Response and First Aid volunteer, British Red Cross. For voluntary service to the Red Cross.
Sarah Neil – For services to the Trichorhinophalangeal Syndrome Support Group.
Michael Kenneth Nicholls – For services to the community in Selsey, West Sussex.
Hayley Nortcliffe – Sergeant, West Yorkshire Police. For services to Policing.
Mary Isobel Nunn – Lately Nursing Officer, Tiverton Division, St John Ambulance. For voluntary service to First Aid Provision in Devon.
David Overton – Volunteer, Suffolk Special Constabulary Recruitment. For services to Policing and the community in Suffolk.
James Edward Packham – Immigration Officer, Home Office. For services to National Security.
Nicholas John Palmer – lately Counter Terrorism and Extremism Liaison Officer, Tunis, Tunisia. For services to British nationals overseas and justice
Harold Clifford Panton – For services to Heritage in Lincolnshire.
Simon Colin Neil Paul – For services to the community in Lechlade on Thames, Gloucestershire.
Graham Peart – For services to the community in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
Kay Penkethman – For services to Homeless People in Liverpool.
Dr. Brian Frank Perry – For services to the community in Chertsey, Surrey.
Barbara Jean Pettegree – Founder and Manager, The Rosemary Foundation. For services to End of Life Care.
Molly Cecilia Poulter – For services to the community in Maidstone, Kent.
Judith Marion Povey – For voluntary service to Girlguiding and the community in Alderley Edge, Cheshire.
Pamela Jane Powell – Chair of Governors, Chapel St Leonards Primary School, Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship and Woodlands Academy, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. For services to Education
John Stephen Pownceby – For services to School Athletics in Cumbria.
Carol Prowse – For services to the Arts and the community in Derbyshire.
Gillian Punt – For services to Charitable Fundraising.
Rebecca Ramsay – For services to the Prevention of Water Related Accidents.
Mark Andrew Ranola – Police Constable, Hampshire Constabulary. For services to Policing and the community in Hampshire.
Keith John Rawlings – For services to charity.
Carol Reed – For services to Save the Children and the community in Canterbury.
Peter Leslie Reed – For services to Education and voluntary First Aid work at the University of Sussex.
Graham Reid – Guidance Manager, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to charity in Glasgow.
Rachael Renihan – Executive Assistant to the British Ambassador, British Embassy, Muscat, Oman. For services to UK/Oman relations
Amanda Richard – For services to the Health and Wellbeing of Older People in the Scottish Borders.
Roberta Richmond – For services to Mental Health in East Belfast.
Alan John Robertson – For voluntary service to Kingussie Camanachd Club.
Emily May Robertson – Ward Sister, Older Person's Care, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing.
Michael Antony Robertson – Conductor, Carnoustie and District Youth Brass Band. For services to Music in Angus.
Dr. Leonard Arthur Robinson – For voluntary service to the community in South Cumbria.
Wilfred Andrew Hiram Robinson – For services to the community in County Tyrone.
Andrew Roby – For services to Reducing Deforestation.
Kevin Timothy Routledge – For services to Sport and the community in Leicester.
Carole Ann Ryan – Lately Listing Adviser, Historic England. For services to the Historic Environment, Conservation and Cultural Heritage.
Helen Dora Sadler – For services to the community in Chester.
Erica Sarney – For services to Wildflower and Pollinator Conservation in Lancashire.
John Satterthwaite – For services to the community in Blucher, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Allan Schiller – For services to Music and charity.
Jeffrey David Scholes – For services to Young People and charity.
Matthew Thomas Scott – Senior Warden, Warwick University. For services to Students and the community in Warwick.
Terri Scott – For services to the Solihull Troubled Families Programme.
Richard Searling – For services to the Soul Music Industry and the community in the North of England.
Thomas James Servis – For voluntary and charitable services.
William James King Shaw – For voluntary and charitable service in Belfast.
Lauren Shea – For services to Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to Young People.
Michael Albert Shea – For services to Foodbank in Farnborough.
Susan Diane Shea – For services to Foodbank in Farnborough.
Ian Kenneth Grant Sherriff – Academic Partnership Lead for Dementia, University of Plymouth. For services to People affected by Dementia.
David Wilson Shields – For services to Music and Amateur Dramatics in Northern Ireland.
Lesley Ann Sim – For services to Libraries.
Ernest Simon – For services to Holocaust Education and Remembrance.
Lynn Rae Simpson – Head Coach, Flyers Trampoline Club and Chair, Trampoline and Tumbling Technical Panel. For services to Trampolining.
Sarah Frances Simpson – Estates Clerk, Tidworth, Netheravon and Bulford Garrison. For services to the Army and the community in Wiltshire.
Emma Slater – Head of Music, West Lodge School, Kent. For services to Education.
Brian Sleight – For services to Scouting and the community in Fleet, Wisbech and Spalding.
May Glassford Smith – Fundraiser, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. For charitable service.
Tony Spruce – Lately Police Community Support Officer, Cheshire Constabulary. For services to Policing and the community in Cheshire.
Maurice Noach Stone – For services to Dance and Community Cohesion.
Stephen Stone – For services to Wildlife Conservation.
Austin John William Stronge – For services to the welfare of former Royal Ulster Constabulary Officers and their Families in Northern Ireland.
Alison Suffield – Constable, Lancashire Police. For services to Policing.
Brian Thomas Sullivan – For services to charity and the Performing Arts.
Janet Edith Marion Swann – For services to People with Disabilities in Kent.
Cecelia Taggart – For voluntary services to Scouts and the community in Downpatrick, County Down.
Lee Tavinder – For services to Mental Health in Northern Ireland.
John Fredrick Taylor – For services to Young People through Scouting.
Glyn Thomas – Paramedic, Welsh Ambulance Service and St John Cymru Wales. For services to Pre-Hospital Care in North Wales.
Heather Mary Thomas – For services to The Goboka Rwanda Trust and the community in Bakewell, Derbyshire
Judith Margaret Thomas (Judith Burton) – Lately Chair, Sutton Music Festival. For services to Music in Sutton.
Dr. Geoffrey Michael Thompson – For services to the Rural Youth in Northern Ireland.
James Alexander Thompson – For services to the community in Alnwick, Northumberland.
Clark Tracey – Jazz Musician. For services to Music and the Promotion of Jazz.
Yelèna Travis-Powell – Investigations Officer, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement and Diversity.
Martin Roger Trepte – For services to the Newspaper Industry and to charity.
June Elizabeth Trevithick – For services to the community in Callington, Cornwall.
Geshe Tashi Tsering – For services to Buddhism in the UK.
Sarah Jane Turner – Governance and Reporting Lead, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For services to the community in Croydon.
Heather Unwin – For services to the community in Preston, Lancashire.
Christopher Melroy Vallimae – Postman, Weston Super Mare. For services to the community in North Somerset.
Adriaan Petrus Charles Van Zyl – Warden, St Andrews Church. For services to the community in London.
Alan Neil Vollans – For voluntary service to Cricket and the community in South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
George Hans Vulkan – For services to Holocaust Education and Remembrance.
The 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on the advice of the New Zealand government, to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by New Zealanders. They were announced on 3 June 2019.The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour.
Alastair David William Fothergill (born 10 April 1960) is a British producer of nature documentaries for television and cinema. He is the series producer of the series The Blue Planet (2001), Planet Earth (2006) and the co-director of the associated feature films Deep Blue and Earth.
Born in London, Fothergill attended Orley Farm School & Harrow School. He studied zoology at St Cuthbert's Society in the University of Durham and made his first film, On the Okavango, while still a student. Fothergill joined the BBC Natural History Unit in 1983, working on The Really Wild Show, Wildlife on One and David Attenborough's The Trials of Life. He was appointed head of the Unit in 1992, and during his tenure he produced Attenborough's award-winning series Life in the Freezer.
He was awarded the Royal Geographical Society's Cherry Kearton Medal and Award in 1996.In June 1998, he stood down as head of the Natural History Unit to concentrate on his work as series producer on the multi-award-winning The Blue Planet. In 2006 he completed his next major series Planet Earth.
More recently he was executive producer of Frozen Planet (2011) and The Hunt (2015).
He has also presented several television programmes, including The Abyss and is the author of three books.
He was awarded the "Clean Energy Award" by BMW during the Cinema for Peace award ceremony on 11 February 2008.
In 2008, he signed a multi-picture deal with newly formed Disneynature, and now spends six months each year on sabbatical from the BBC developing feature documentaries as an independent producer. The first few titles under the Disneynature deal had been, for now, African Cats (2011), Chimpanzee (2012), Bears (2014), Penguins (2019), and Dolphin Reef (2019) co-directed with Keith Scholey, Mark Linfield, and Jeff Wilson.
In 2016, Fothergill was made a Fellow of the Royal Television Society for his work in natural history programming. He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to film.Fothergill currently lives in Bristol with his wife Melinda and his two sons, Hamish and William.
Ama Agbeze (pronounced "Ab-wear-zeh"; born 12 November 1982 in Selly Oak, England) is an English netball player. Agbeze plays in the goal defence and goal keeper positions. She debuted in the England national squad in 2001 and became captain during the 2016 season. During her international career she won bronze playing for the English team during the 2006 Commonwealth Games.Agbeze played for the Loughborough Lightning in the Netball Superleague from 2004–2007, before transferring to Leeds Carnegie in 2008. In 2008 Agbeze signed with the West Coast Fever to play in the Australasian ANZ Championship. She subsequently moved to the Melbourne Vixens for the 2009 season, and after receiving little court time there she transferred to New Zealand franchise the Central Pulse for 2010.In October 2018, Agbeze announced that she would return to the Superleague for the 2019 season. It was then announced on the 7th November 2018 that she would be joining the new franchise London Pulse for the 2019 season.Agbeze was educated at Kings Norton Girls School in Birmingham and then at Monkton Combe School, near Bath, Somerset. She has an LLB (Law) and MSc (Finance and Management) and is a qualified lawyer.
She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to netball.
Andrew Roachford (born 22 January 1965) is a British singer-songwriter and the main force behind the band Roachford, who scored their first success in 1989 with the hits "Cuddly Toy" and "Family Man". He has also had a successful solo career.
He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to music.
Christopher Leroy Ramsey (born 28 April 1962) is a former professional footballer and the former coach of Queens Park Rangers. He played as a defender, most often as a right back, for Bristol City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Swindon Town, Southend United, Naxxar Lions and Cocoa Expos. Ramsey coached for Tottenham Hotspur working with their academy and was appointed as first team coach where he assisted Tim Sherwood and Les Ferdinand. He was placed in temporary charge of Queens Park Rangers, in February 2015 following the resignation of manager, Harry Redknapp. After being temporary coach of Queens Park Rangers and following their relegation to the Championship, Ramsey was named head coach on a permanent basis in May 2015. He is nicknamed "Rambo".He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to football and diversity in sport.
Duncan Austin Lawson is a British mathematician. He is professor and associate dean of the faculty of science and engineering at Coventry University and director of the Maths, Stats & OR Network of the Higher Education Academy. He is also chair of the executive group of the More maths grads project.
He obtained a BA and D.Phil from the University of Oxford, then worked for British Gas plc before moving to Coventry University in 1987. His research interests are in efficient computational methods for the calculation of thermal radiative heat transfer.
For five years he was Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Formative Education at Newman University in Birmingham, before returning to Coventry.He received the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications' Gold Medal in 2016.Lawson was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to mathematics in higher education.
Hector Lewis MacQueen (born 1956) is a Scottish academic, a senior scholar of Scots law and legal history, and member of the Scottish Law Commission. He is Professor of Private Law at the University of Edinburgh and a former Dean of its Faculty of Law. He is author, co-author and editor of a large number books on Scottish law and legal history, including the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th editions of the standard text Gloag & Henderson Law of Scotland, and is former Literary Director of the Stair Society. Stetson University College of Law, Florida, appointed him Distinguished International Professor 2007-2009, and he taught European Copyright Law there. As an historian, he has a particular interest in the law and society of medieval Carrick and Galloway. He is currently a member of the International Advisory Group for the JKLH-funded project, 'The Paradox of Medieval Scotland, 1093-1286'. In 1995 he became a Fellow of The Royal Society of Edinburgh.He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to legal scholarship.
Sir Ian Edward Lamert Davis (born 10 March 1951) is an English businessman, best known for his role as managing director of McKinsey & Company. He succeeded Rajat Gupta on 1 July 2003. He joined McKinsey in 1979 retired in 2010, after 7 years at the Bowater-Scott Corporation and currently serves as a senior partner emeritus.
Davis was born in Kent, UK. Prior to becoming managing director, he was office manager of McKinsey's London and UK office. He has an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Balliol College, University of Oxford. He is a member of the board of BP.
He is the brother of former Reed Elsevier chairman Crispin Davis. His twin brother is Rt Hon Sir Nigel Davis, a Court of Appeal judge.Davis is a Non-Executive Director at Johnson & Johnson Inc, BP plc, Teach For All Inc, Big Society Trust and Majid Al Futtaim Holdings LLC. He is a Senior Adviser to Apax Partners LLP, a Non-Executive Board Member at the UK Cabinet Office and an Advisory Director of King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre.
He is currently chairman of Rolls-Royce Holdings.Davis was knighted in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to business.
James Ingleby (born 1945) was appointed Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire by Her Majesty The Queen on 13 July 2010 having been made a Deputy Lieutenant in July 1992.
He is an Associate of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, a member of the Royal Company of Archers, a former Director of Aberdeen and Northern Marts and a past Chairman of the North East Landowners Federation and of the North East Sail Training Association. He is currently a partner in a 1,200 acre organic farm and tends 300 acres of forestry. He was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in the 2019 Birthday Honours.He is married to Moira Ingleby, a Conservative local authority Councillor for Huntly, Strathbogie and Howe of Alford in Aberdeenshire. They have four children. The eldest is Catherine Ingleby, a well known sporting artist.
Janet Lynda Cheek (née Biggs; born 1948) is a Falkland Islands politician who served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Stanley constituency from 2009 to 2017. Cheek won re-election in 2013 but stepped down from the assembly at the 2017 election. She was previously a Member of the Legislative Council from 1997 to 2005.Cheek was born in Stanley and spent much of her childhood in South Georgia. For her A-Levels she was awarded a government scholarship to a study at a grammar school in Dorset. Cheek worked as a Secondary School English teacher from 1969 until 1989. She then moved to Fortuna Ltd. where she rose to become co-owner and director until her retirement in 2008.Cheek married fellow islander John Cheek (1939–1996) in 1968, with whom she had two children, Miranda and Ros. Following John's death in 1996, Cheek became a Trustee of the John Cheek Trust.She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to the Falkland Islands.
Jonathan Dove (born 18 July 1959) is an English composer of opera, choral works, plays, films, and orchestral and chamber music. He has arranged a number of operas for English Touring Opera and the City of Birmingham Touring Opera (now Birmingham Opera Company), including in 1990 an 18-player two-evening adaptation of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen for CBTO. He was Artistic Director of the Spitalfields Festival from 2001 to 2006.
Dove was born in London; both his parents were architects. He studied music at the University of Cambridge, under Robin Holloway, and afterwards worked as a freelance arranger and accompanist until 1987, when he was employed by Glyndebourne Opera.He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to music.
Kate Olivia Malone (born 29 January 1959) in London, is a British studio potter, ceramic artist and judge, along with Keith Brymer Jones, on BBC2’s The Great Pottery Throw Down presented by Sara Cox. Malone is known for her large sculptural vessels and rich, bright glazes.
Malone studied at Bristol Polytechnic (1979–82) and, after leaving the Royal College of Art in 1986, began working in a studio in the South Bank Craft Centre at Charing Cross.
Malone's work is held in the British Council collection.Her work is on display in a number of public locations, a giant ceramic fish in the water at Hackney Marshes and a large pot at Manchester Art Gallery. Malone's work is also held in numerous public collections, including the Arts Council, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Crafts Council, The Ashmolean Museum, Musée national de céramique de Sèvres, Victoria & Albert Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She made a large number of new works for an exhibition Inspired by Waddesdon Manor in 2016, including portrait vases of Ferdinand de Rothschild and his sister Alice Charlotte von Rothschild.Malone worked with EPR Architects on a project at 24 Saville Row which gained a first place WAN Facade Award in 2015 and is a finalist in the 2016 Surface Design Awards. The project involved making 10,000 hand-glazed ceramic tiles.Malone has said, “pottery is almost as good as sex – it’s so physical and so… fantastic”.She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to ceramic art.
Kyle James Coetzer (born 14 April 1984) is a Scottish cricketer and current captain in international format. He also captained at Under-15, U-17 and U-19 levels including skippering in the 2004 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh.
Coetzer was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to cricket. He became the third Scottish cricketer to receive an MBE for services to cricket.
Mark Padmore (born 8 March 1961) is a British tenor appearing in concerts, recitals, and opera.
He was born in London 8 March 1961, and raised in Canterbury, Kent in England. Padmore studied clarinet and piano prior to his gaining a choral scholarship to King's College, Cambridge. He graduated in 1982 with an honours degree in music.
He has established an international career in opera, concert and recital. His appearances in Bach Passions have gained particular notice especially his acclaimed performances as Evangelist in the St Matthew and St John Passions with the Berlin Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle, staged by Peter Sellars, including Berlin, Salzburg, New York and the BBC Proms.
In the opera house, Padmore has worked with directors Peter Brook, Katie Mitchell, Mark Morris and Deborah Warner. Recent work includes the leading roles in Harrison Birtwistle
The Corridor and The Cure at the Aldeburgh Festival and in London; Handel Jephtha for WNO and ENO and Captain Vere in Britten Billy Budd and Evangelist in a staging of St
Matthew Passion for Glyndebourne Festival Opera. He also played Peter Quint in an acclaimed BBC TV production of Britten's The Turn of the Screw and recorded the title role
in La Clemenza di Tito with René Jacobs for Harmonia Mundi. Padmore appeared as Third Angel/John in George Benjamin Written on Skin with the Royal Opera, Covent Garden in 2017.
In concert, he has performed with the world's leading orchestras including the Munich Radio, Berlin, Vienna, New York and London Philharmonic Orchestras, the Royal
Concertgebouw Orchestra, Boston and London Symphony Orchestras and the Philharmonia. He makes regular appearances with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment with whom he has conceived projects exploring both Bach St John and St Matthew Passions.
Padmore has given recitals worldwide. He appears frequently at Wigmore Hall, London where he first sang all three Schubert song cycles in May 2008, was their Artist in Residence in
the 2009/10 Season. He repeated the cycles there with Paul Lewis and this season they will perform them for the White Light Festival at Lincoln Center, New York. He also recently
sang the cycles at Theater an der Wien and at Salle Gaveau in Paris with Till Fellner. Composers who have written for him include Harrison Birtwistle, Mark-Anthony Turnage,
Alec Roth, Sally Beamish, Thomas Larcher and Huw Watkins. As well as his regular collaborators Paul Lewis, Till Fellner, Kristian Bezuidenhout, Julius Drake, Roger Vignoles,
Simon Lepper and Andrew West, he works with many internationally renowned chamber musicians including Jonathan Biss, Imogen Cooper and Steven Isserlis.
His extensive discography includes recent releases: Beethoven Missa Solemnis with Bernard Haitink and Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks on BR Klassik and
lieder by Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart with Kristian Bezuidenhout for Harmonia Mundi with whom Padmore has also recorded: Handel arias As Steals the Morn with the English
Concert (BBC Music Magazine Vocal Award); Schubert cycles with Paul Lewis (Winterreise won the 2010 Gramophone magazine Vocal Solo Award); Schumann Dichterliebe with Kristian Bezuidenhout (2011 Edison Klassiek Award) and Britten Serenade, Nocturne and Finzi Dies Natalis with the Britten Sinfonia (ECHO/Klassik 2013
award); The staged St Matthew Passion with the Berlin Philharmonic and Rattle was awarded the BBC Music Magazine 2013 DVD Award.
Padmore is Artistic Director of the St. Endellion Summer Music Festival in Cornwall.
He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to music.
Nicholas Mark Sanders (born 1958) is a British bicyclist, motorcyclist and author noted for his long-distance riding and has ridden around the world seven times.
In 1992 he rode around the world on a Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle.
On 9 June 1997, Sanders completed a world record 19,930-mile (32,070 km) motorbike circumnavigation of the world in a record riding time of 31 days 20 hours on a Triumph Daytona.
In 2005 Sanders completed a 2nd circumnavigation by motorbike taking 19 days 4 hours on a Yamaha R1.
In the summer of 2011, Sanders became the first person to ride from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego and back in under 49 days, 17 hours, a ride he completed on a Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré. The first leg of the trip was completed in 21 days, just a few hours short of Dick Fisher's record ride and easily outpacing the Guinness World Record of 35 days, currently held by Globebusters' Kevin and Julia Sanders.
Sanders normally eschews the dual-sport motorcycles traditionally employed for these type of journeys in favour of Yamaha Motor Company’s flagship sport bike, the R1.
Sanders has taken groups of riders around the world,
as well as Europe and the USA. He has also organised semi competitive road events in the UK. He has made films and written books about his journeys.
In 1981 Sanders set the original record for World record for cycling around the World, riding 13,609 miles (21,900 km) around the Northern Hemisphere in 138 days.
In 1984 he repeated the world cycling circumnavigation riding about 22,000 km in a time of 79 days. Guinness world records set the rules in 2003 and did not record Sanders' time as he did not cross antipodal points on the globe
Sanders still holds the Guinness World Record for fastest ride around the coast of Great Britain, riding a verified 4,800 miles (7,720 km) in 22 days.
Sanders has also cycled to the source of the White Nile, across the Sahara to Timbuktu and the length of South America.
He has also taken two narrowboats across the English Channel and along the entire length of the River Danube to the Black Sea.
Sanders holds a private pilot licence for a hot air balloon and flies microlights.
Born in 1958 in Manchester he now lives in Wales and has three children .
Sanders was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to endurance cycling and motorcycling.
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