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Current Honorary Fellows

Lord Andrew Adonis
Secretary of State for Transport (2009–10)

Sir Christopher Ball
Warden (1980–88)

Mr Ed Balls
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer 2011-15

Professor Tim Besley
School Professor of Economics and Political Science, LSE

Sir Walter Bodmer
Preeminent human geneticist; head of the Cancer and Immunogenetics Laboratory in the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford

Professor Sir Mike Brady
Professor of Oncological Imaging in the Department of Oncology at the University of Oxford

Mrs Victoria de Breyne
College benefactor, widow of Andre de Breyne

Professor Dame Averil Cameron
Warden (1994-2010)

The Hon Justice Edwin Cameron
Judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa

Mr Lod Cook
American businessman and philanthropist; chief executive of ARCO

Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe
Professor of European Archaeology at Oxford, and Fellow (1972–2007)

Mr Adrian Darby
Fellow and Tutor in Economics (1963–1985); former Chairman of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Professor Christopher Dobson
Master of St John's College, Cambridge

Professor David Eastwood
Junior Research Fellow in History (1983–86); Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham

Professor Richard English
Keble (1982).   Bishop Wardlaw Professor of Politics and Director of the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews, since 2011

Professor Raoul Franklin
Fellow and Tutor in Engineering (1963–78); Vice-Chancellor (1978–98) and Professor of Plasma Physics and Technology (1986–98) at City University London

Mr Robin Geffen
Fund manager and founder of Neptune Investment Management

Professor Vincent Gillespie
JRR Tolkien Professor of English Literature and Language at the University of Oxford since 2004.

Professor Jim Griffin
Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy (1966–96); White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford (1996–2000)

Lord Tony Hall of Birkenhead
Executive of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden since 2001; crossbench member of the House of Lords since March 2010

Mr Jeremy Hardie
Fellow and Tutor in Economics (1968–75)

The Hon Justice Heydon
Fellow and Tutor in Law (1967–73); appointed as a Justice of the High Court of Australia in 2003

Professor Sir Geoffrey Hill
English poet and critic; Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford since June 2010

Mr Imran Khan
Played international cricket for Pakistan (1971–92); founder of the political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Mr Robert Lloyd
Opera singer and broadcaster

Mr Bryan Magee
Writer and broadcaster; MP for Leyton (1974–83)

Dr James Martin (1933-2013)
Benefactor of the college and the university

Professor Mike Mingos
Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry (1976–92); Professor of Chemistry at Oxford

Prof Dennis Nineham
Warden of Keble (1969–79)

Mr David Owen Norris
Pianist, composer and broadcaster

Sir Peter North
Fellow and Tutor in Law (1965–76); Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University (1993–97)

Sir Anthony O'Reilly

Professor Sir Ghillean Prance
Botanist and ecologist; scientific director of the Eden Project

Dr George Richardson
Warden (1989–94)

Sir Ivor Roberts
Diplomat, serving as British ambassador to Yugoslavia, Ireland and Italy; President of Trinity College, Oxford

Mr George Robinson
Hedge fund manager and college benefactor

Professor Sir Adrian Smith
Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics 1971-74. Vice-Chancellor of University of London since 2012.

Prof Robert Stevens
Lawyer and academic; Chancellor of the University of California, Santa Cruz (1987–91) and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford (1993–2001)

Professor Lionel Tarassenko
Keble College 1978.  Director, Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Centre of Excellence in Medical Engineering, University of Oxford, since 2001.

Mr Desmond Watkins
College benefactor and founder of Shell Oil.

Sir Andreas Whittam Smith
Co-founder of The Independent

Professor Chris Wickham
Keble (1971).  Chichele Professor of Medieval History, University of Oxford since 2005.

Lord David Wilson of Tillyorn
Governor of Hong Kong (1987–92); Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge (2002–08)

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