Click to follow
The Independent Culture

TODAY: Sir Antony Buck QC, former MP, 70; Mr Ross Buckland, chief executive, Unigate, 56; The Right Rev Ian Harland, Bishop of Carlisle, 66; Brigadier Lewis Harris, cartographer, 88; Mr Derick Heaven, High Commissioner to Jamaica, 58; Sir Brian Hill, former chairman, Higgs & Hill, 66; Mr Paul Horrocks, Editor, Manchester Evening News, 45; Mr Steven Isserlis, cellist, 40; Mr Syd Little, comedian, 56; Mr Robert Ponsonby, former Controller of Music, BBC, 71; The Marquess of Queensberry, former professor of ceramics at the Royal College of Art, 69; Dr David Bowe-Beddoe, chairman, Welsh Development Agency, 61; Sir David Rowe-Ham, former Lord Mayor of London, 63; Professor Christopher Smout, historian, 65; Lord Weir, a former Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 67; Mr Maurice White, rock singer, 57.

TOMORROW: Miss Jenny Agutter, actress, 46; Mr Michael Beaumont, Seigneur of Sark, 71; Lord Brabazon of Tara, former government minister, 52; Mr Billy Bragg, rock singer and songwriter, 40; Mr Simon Channing, former Chairman, London Philharmonic, 38; Sir George Coldstream QC, former Permanent Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, 91; Mr Malcolm Cooper, marksman, 51; Mr Peter Criss, rock drummer, 56; Mr Charles Denton, television and film producer, 61; Miss Bo Derek, actress, 41; Mr Bo Diddley, singer and guitarist, 70; Mr Anthony Galsworthy, ambassador to China, 54; Lord Howe of Aberavon QC, former Cabinet minister, 72; Mr Simon Hughes, cricketer, 39; Miss Lesley Judd, actress, 52; Mr James Leasor, writer, 75; Sir Gavin Lightman, High Court judge, 59; Mr Donald Tandy, actor, 80; Baroness Thomas of Walliswood, former Chairman, Surrey County Council, 63; Miss Rachel Trickett, former Principal, St Hugh's College, Oxford, 75; Mr John Whitney, former Director- General, IBA, 68; Mr John Wilkins, editor, The Tablet, 62.