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BBC Nominates 100 Greatest Britons
Princess Diana is in, Prince Charles is out.
John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison are on the list of the 100 greatest Britons of all time released Wednesday, but Ringo is not.
Richard Burton made it, but Elizabeth Taylor didn’t.
The British Broadcasting Corp. polled more than 30,000 people to come up with the list, in which John Lydon (better known as Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten) and Boy George mingle with Winston Churchill, Isaac Newton and Tim Berners Lee, the father of the Internet.
Stretching eligibility to all of the British Isles, the list also includes two Irish rockers, Bono of U2 and Bob Geldof.
The BBC2 television channel plans a series of programs later in the year to choose a top 10.
“I’m sure this series will arouse enthusiastic debate in offices and homes all around the country. Just from talking to people I’ve got a real sense of how passionately they feel about the subject and who they feel is worthy of the title of Great Briton,” said Jane Root, comptroller of BBC2.