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TODAY: The Right Rev Edwin Barnes, Bishop Suffragan of Richborough, 64; Mr Mike Batt, popular music composer and arranger, 49; Rabbi Lionel Blue, broadcaster, 69; Mr Nicholas Brett, former editor, Radio Times, 49; Mr Peter Cadbury, former company chairman, 81; Mr John Flemming, Warden, Wadham College, Oxford, 58; Miss Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress, 79; Mr Tom Harris, former ambassador to Korea, 54; Dr Christopher Hill, former Master, Balliol College, Oxford, 87; Miss Gayle Hunnicutt, actress, 56; Mr Nevil Johnson, political scientist, 70; Mr Patrick McNee, actor, 77; Mr George Mudie MP, Treasurer of HM Household, 54; Mr Denis Norden, writer and broadcaster, 77; Mr Manuel Orantes, tennis player, 50; Mr Ronald Reagan, former US president, 88; Mr Tom Richardson, ambassador to Italy, 58; Mr Mark Sheldon, solicitor, and former president, Law Society of England and Wales, 68; Mr Brian Simpson, MEP, 46; Mr Jimmy Tarbuck, comedian, 59; Mr Fred Trueman, cricketer, 68; Mr Keith Waterhouse, writer, 70; Mr Kevin Whately, actor, 48.

TOMORROW: Mrs Gillian Banks, policy consultant, Age Concern, England, 66; Lord Bellwin, former government minister, 76; Mr Eddie Bracken, actor, 79; Mr David Brighty, former ambassador to Spain, 60; Miss Dora Bryan, actress, 75; The Earl of Cork and Orrery, writer, artist and broadcaster, 89; Mr Gerald Davies, rugby player, 54; The Earl of Harewood, former operatic managing director, 76; Mr Gareth Hunt, actor, 56; Mr Ian Jack, editor, Granta, 54; The Hon Peter Jay, writer and broadcaster, 62; Lord Keith of Kinkel, former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, 77; Mr Derek Langslow, chief executive, Engish Nature, 54; Sir John Leahy, former High Commissioner in Australia, 71; Dr Barbara McGibbon, pathologist, 71; Sir George Moseley, former senior civil servant, 74; Sir Geoffrey Mulcahy, chairman, Kingfisher, 57; Sir Philip Myers, former HM Inspector of Constabulary, 68; Mr David Park, writer, 46; Mr Roy Watson, former director- general, the National Farmers' Union, 73.