Saturday 14 March 1998
TODAY: Prince Albert of Monaco, 40; Sir Kenneth Alexander, former principal, Stirling University, 76; Miss Pam Ayres, poet, 51; Professor Sir Michael Berry, research professor, Bristol University, 57; Mr Ian Bruce MP, 51; Mr Michael Caine, actor, 65; Mr Jasper Carrott, comedian, 53; Professor Sir Colin Dollery, former Dean, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, 67; Mr Alan Elliott, former Chief Constable, Cumbria, 56; Lt-Gen Sir Peter Graham, former GOC, Scotland, 61; Sir Philip Holland, former MP, 81; Mr Quincy Jones, bandleader, 65; Sir Gavin Laird, chairman, Greater Manchester Buses North, 65; Air Chief Marshal Sir Douglas Lowe, 76; Mr John McCallum, actor and producer, 80; Lord Marsh, former chairman, Newspaper Publishers' Association, 70; Sir Eric Norris, former diplomat, 80; Mr Bill Owen, actor, 83; Sir Richard Parsons, former ambassador to Sweden, 70; Dame Betty Paterson, former chairman, North West Thames Health Authority, 82; General Paul Rader, General of the Salvation Army, 64; Miss Tessa Sanderson, javelin thrower, 42; Mr William Sillery, Headmaster, Belfast Royal Academy, 57; Mr Anthony Smith, President, Magdalen College, Oxford, 60; Miss Rita Tushingham, actress, 56; Sir Nicholas Wall, High Court judge, 53. TOMORROW: Lord Alton of Liverpool, former MP, 48; Mr Alexander Bernstein, former chairman, Granada Group, 63; Dr David Bryer, director, Oxfam, 54; Miss Isobel Buchanan, soprano, 44; Mr James Butler, former senior partner, KPMG Peat Marwick, 69; Sir Jack Callard, former chairman, British Home Stores, 85; Sir Robert Carnwath, High Court judge, 53; Lord Constantine of Stanmore, former company chairman, 88; Mr Ry Cooder, folk and blues guitarist, 52; Mr Frank Dobson MP, Secretary of State for Health, 58; Professor Sir James Dunbar-Nasmith, architect, 71; Mr John Duttine, actor, 50; The Right Rev John Gibbs, former Bishop of Coventry, 81; Professor John Gillingham, neurosurgeon, 82; Earl Haig, painter, 80; Sir Leonard Knowles, former Chief Justice of the Bahamas, 82; Mr Mike Love, vocalist, 54; Admiral Sir Raymond Lygo, former chief executive, British Aerospace, 74; Mr Keith McCarter, sculptor, 62; Professor Joan Mitchell, political economist, 78; Mr Michael Moore, chairman, Quicks Group, 62; Mr Robert Nye, novelist and poet, 59; Mr Ben Okri, author, 39; Sir Philip Powell, architect, 77; The Right Rev Michael Scott-Joynt, Bishop of Winchester, 55; Mr Gavin Stamp, historian and writer, 50; Sir Roger Tomkys, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 61; Mr David Wall, former Director, Royal Academy of Dancing, 52.
- 1 Notting Hill Carnival: Woman shares selfie after being ‘punched in face for telling man to stop groping her’
- 2 Keira Knightley topless: Usually conservative actress does own take on #Freethenipple campaign for Interview Magazine
- 3 Daily Show's Jon Stewart destroys Fox News for its Ferguson coverage
- 4 When elitism grips the top of British society to this extent, there is only one answer: abolish private schools
- 5 Brother and sister, Christopher Buckner and Timothy Savoy, arrested for 'committing incest after watching 'The Notebook''
Ashya King missing: Police hunt five-year-old boy with brain tumour snatched from Southampton hospital by his parents
Keira Knightley topless: Usually conservative actress does own take on #Freethenipple campaign for Interview Magazine
YouTube video posted by Isis militants shows 'execution of 250 Syrian soldiers'
Botched ice bucket challenge leaves man critically injured after plane drops hundreds of gallons of water
Papua New Guinea Mount Tavurvur volcano eruption sees international flights diverted
Robin Williams Emmys tribute led by Billy Crystal criticised for including 'racist' joke about Muslim woman
The Rotherham child abuse scandal is a tale of apologists, misogyny and double standards
Scottish independence TV debate: Pumped-up Alex Salmond bounces back in bruising second round against Alistair Darling
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
Ukip Douglas Carswell defection: Tory MP jumps ship to join Nigel Farage
When elitism grips the top of British society to this extent, there is only one answer: abolish private schools
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