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Lord Boston of Faversham QC, former chairman, TVS Entertainment, 68; Mr Peter Brook, theatrical producer, 73; Dr Clark Brundin, former President, Templeton College, Oxford, 67; Mr Brian Clough, former football manager, 63; Mrs Ann Clwyd MP, 61; Mr Timothy Dalton, actor, 52; Miss Olwen Davies, former Headmistress, St Swithun's School, Winchester, 72; Mr Michael Foreman, author and illustrator, 60; Mrs Llin Golding MP, 65; Mr Roger Hammond, actor, 62; Professor Richard Hare, philosopher, 79; Mr David Heathcoat- Amory MP, 49; Mr Michael Heseltine MP, 65; Mr Antony Hopkins, composer and conductor, 77; Mr Frederic Horne, former Chief Taxing Master of the Supreme Court, 81; Mr David Kidney MP, 43; Mr Andy Love MP, 49; Miss Ann Mackay, soprano, 42; Sir Peter Main, former chairman of Boots, 73; Mr Ved Mehta, author and journalist, 64; Baroness Nicol, Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords, 75; Lord Oaksey, racing journalist and television commentator, 69; Sir John Palmer, former President, Law Society, 78; Sir Brian Shaw, Chairman, Port of London Authority and of the Automobile Association, 65; Maj-Gen Sir John Swinton, Lord-Lieutenant of Berwickshire, 73; Mr Roger Whittaker, singer and songwriter, 62; Professor Roger Williams, Vice-Chancellor, Reading University, 56.

TOMORROW: Lord Alport, former MP Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 86; Mr George Benson, singer and jazz guitarist, 55; Mr Desmond Browne MP, 46; Miss Betty Callaway, ice-skating trainer, 70; Miss Sheila Cameron QC, Vicar-General of the Province of Canterbury, 64; Mr Brian Hanrahan, broadcaster, 49; Mr David Ingman, former chairman, British Waterways Board, 70; The Very Rev Lawrence Jackson, Provost Emeritus of Blackburn, 72; Dr Harry Kay, former Vice-Chancellor, Exeter University, 79; Mr Werner Klemperer, actor, 79; Lord Lloyd-Webber, composer, 50; Mr Peter McEvoy, golfer, 45; Mr Karl Malden, actor, 85; M Marcel Marceau, mime artist, 75; Mr Andrew Morris, High Commissioner to Tonga, 59; Mr Stephen Nash, ambassador to Georgia, 56; Mr Alan Opie, baritone, 53; Mr Charles Pick, former managing director, Heinemann, 81; Sir Lynden Pindling, former prime minister of the Bahamas, 68; Professor William Ritchie, Vice-Chancellor, Lancaster University, 58; Mr Paul Rogers, actor, 81; Mr Paul Schockemohle, show-jumper, 53; Mr William Shatner, actor, 67; Mr Stephen Sondheim, composer and lyricist, 68; Professor Sir Colin Spedding, chairman, UK Register of Organic Food Standards Board, 73; Lord Stokes, former president, British Leyland, 84; Miss Mary Tamm, actress, 48; Mr Leslie Thomas, author, 67; Admiral Sir Richard Thomas, former Black Rod and Serjeant-at-Arms, House of Lords, 66; Professor Sir Leslie Turnberg, chairman, Specialist Training Authority, 64; Miss Fanny Waterman, pianist and teacher, 78; Professor David Watson, Director, University of Brighton, 49.