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.
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- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming street artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 4 Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'
- 5 The inventor of the Facebook 'like' button says he never made a 'dislike' button because he feared the 'unfortunate consequences'
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