Birthdays

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TODAY: Mr Umberto Agnelli, deputy chairman of Fiat, 63; Sir Hugh Bidwell, former Lord Mayor of London, 63; Professor Sir Hermann Bondi, former Master of Churchill College, Cambridge, 78; Admiral Sir John Bush, 83; Miss Victoria de los Angeles, soprano, 74; Mr Nigel Dempster, newspaper diarist, 56; Mr Michael Denison, actor, 82; Mr George Dobry, former circuit judge, 79; Mr Lou Donaldson, alto saxophonist, 71; Miss Tazeena Firth, stage designer, 62; Mr Bruce Grocott MP, 57; Lord Harmar-Nicholls, former MP, 85; Mr Alec Higgins, underwriter, 83; Mr David Hobson, former senior partner, Coopers and Lybrand, 75; Sir Wynn Hugh-Jones, former diplomat, 74; Mr Roger Kellaway, popular composer and pianist, 58; Mr Andrew Knight, former executive chairman, News International, 58; Dr J. Dickson Mabon, former government minister, 72; Miss Naomi Mitchison, novelist, 100; Mr Nick Owen, journalist and broadcaster, 50; Mr Gary Player, golfer, 62; Mr John Pullen, rugby player, 56; Mr James Ramsden, insurance company director and former Government minister, 74; Mr Gerald Ratner, former chairman, Ratners, 48.

TOMORROW: Lord Ashburton, former chairman, Barings, 69; The Earl of Aylesford, former Lord-Lieutenant of the West Midlands region, 79; Lady Bathurst, former diplomat, 77; Sir David Calcutt QC, former Master, Magdalene College, Cambridge, 67; Sir Clifford Chetwood, chairman, Chetwood Associates, 69; Mr Keith Emerson, rock musician, 53; The Right Rev Philip Goodrich, former Bishop of Worcester, 68; Mr Desmond Hamill, television reporter, 61; Dr Ronald Hedley, former Director, Natural History Museum, 69; Mr Paul Johnson, author and editor, 69; Mr Alan Jones, grand prix driver, 51; Mr David Lea, Assistant General Secretary, TUC, 60; Sir Bruce Martin QC, former Chairman, North Western Regional Health Authority, 59; Miss Juliet Mills, actress, 56; Ms Julie Morgan MP, 53; Mr Denis Murphy MP, 49; Dame Pauline Neville-Jones, managing director, NatWest Markets, 58; Sir Peter Newsam, former Director, London Institute of Education, 69; Sir Ronald Oxburgh, Rector, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, 63; Professor Norman Pye, geographer, 84; Mr Ken Rosewall, tennis player, 63; Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover, former chairman of Sainsbury's, 70; Mr Bruce Welch, rock musician, 56.

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