Rex Harrison, Peter
O'Toole, Rupert Everett, Raymond Massey and Alistair McGowan are among those to have played Professor Higgins on stage.
One of the most dif-ficult aspects of Mr Price's challenge has been to cut the wage bill by 75%, leaving only four full-time staff - Stephen Forrest, John Harrison, Peter
Horn and Antony Price.
The Maypole A trio of John Harrison, Peter
Kirkham and Rob Watts enjoyed a 10-0 thrashing of West Midlands Police B.
Thomas and Welsh poetry; Stevie Smith, Sylvia Plath and Jo Shapcott; Ted Hughes and Geoffrey Hill; poetry by West Indians living in the UK; Tony Harrison, Peter
Reading, Ken Smith, Sean O'Brien; Edwin Morgan, Douglas Dunn, Liz Lochhead, Robert Crawford, Don Patterson, and Kathleen Jamie; and finally, James Fenton, Craig Raine, Christopher Reid, Simon Armitage, and Carol Ann Duffy.
Andy Warrington, Dale Tonge, Graham Coughlan, Andy Todd, Danny Harrison, Peter
Holmes and Derek Holmes all made their debuts in Rotherham's 0-0 draw at Hereford last Saturday.
Engenda FC is: Will Pace, Sean Robertson, Liam Tedford, Chris Connor, Robbie Harrison, Peter
Cassidy, Robert Nixon, Jay King, Callum Hutton, Lee Morris, Jay Fearns, Sal Meharg, Alex Aherne, Adam Cummings, Paul Kayll, Tony Quinn, Stuey Smith, Andrew Pennington, Jay Halewood
MEN'S SPRINT Matt Crampton, Ross Edgar, Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny MEN'S ENDURANCE Steven Burke, Ed Clancy, Sam Harrison, Peter
Kennaugh, Jason Queally, Luke Rowe, Ben Swift, Andrew Tennant, Geraint Thomas, Bradley Wiggins WOMEN'S SPRINT Becky James, Shanaze Reade, Jess Varnish, Victoria Pendleton WOMEN'S ENDURANCE Lizzie Armitstead, Katie Colclough, Claire GallowayWendy Houvenaghel, Dani King, Rebecca Romero, Joanna Rowsell, Sarah Storey, Laura Trott
The stars: Hal Sparks, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Peter
Paige, Thea Gill, Michelle Clunie, Scott Lowell, Sharon Gless.
Harry Mountain, Jack Harrison, Peter
Cole and Richard Boyle all crossed the try-line to secure the four-try bonus, with a deficit of just five points also securing a losing bonus.
Alan Rogers, Jack Harrison, Peter
Weightman and Peter Cole also dotted down for the hosts, who now sit sixth in the table with three wins from five.
Joint manager Tony Lowery, who is looking for his side to break into the top four, cannot name Stuart Elliott, Stephen Harrison, Peter
Snowdon or Colin Morton.
The morning winners were Ken Harrison, Peter
Bennett, Dave Turrall and David Machin who racked up 90 points.