Saturday 23 August 1997
TODAY: Mr Richard Addis, editor, Daily Express, 41; Mr Graeme Bowler, chief executive, Kwik Save, 60; Mr Christopher Blake, actor, 48; Mr Dale Campbell-Savours MP, 54; Mr Geoff Capes, shot putter, 48; Sir Alan Cox, former chief executive, ASW Holdings, 61; Sir Robert Crichton-Brown, former chairman, Rothmans International, 78; Ms Julia Drown MP, 35; Sir John Fairclough, former chief scientific adviser to the Cabinet Office, 67; Mr Alexander Gilmour, director, South West London Community Foundation, 66; Mr Roger Greenaway, popular song composer, 59; Sir John Hoskyns, chairman, Burton Group, and EMAP, 70; Air Chief Marshal Sir Brendan Jackson, former Air Member for Supply and Organisation, Ministry of Defence, 62; Lord Kissin, life president, GPG, 85; Mr Stanley Kitchen, chartered accountant, 84; Mr Peter Lilley MP, 54; Mr Christopher Martin, Headmaster, Millfield School, 59; Mr Jim Murphy MP, 30; Dr Onora O'Neill, Principal, Newnham College, Cambridge, 56; Sir Brian Pearse, chairman, Housing Corporation, 64; Mr Bob Peck, actor, 52; Mr James Quinn, film producer and exhibitor, 78; Mr David Robb, actor, 50; Mr Willy Russell, author and playwright, 50; Sir Roy Strong, writer and historian, 62; Mr Peter Thomson, golfer, 68; Field Marshal Lord Vincent of Coleshill, former chairman of Military Committee, Nato, 66; Mr Charles Wardle MP, 58; Sir Brian Young, former chairman, Christian Aid, 75.
TOMORROW: Mr Paul Barker, writer and broadcaster, 62; Vice- Admiral Sir Stephen Berthon, 75; Mr Ken Biggs, Headmaster, Chew Valley School, 54; Mr Alan Brooker, chairman, Kode International, 66; Miss Antonia Byatt, writer, 61; Mr Charles Causley, poet and broadcaster, 80; Mr Brian Cotter MP, 59; Mr Carlo Curley, organist, 45; Professor Terry Dowling, graphic designer and illustrator, 51; Mr Clifford Forsythe MP, 68; Sir Michael Franklin, former senior civil servant, 70; Mr Stephen Fry, actor and writer, 40; Lt-Col Sir John Johnston, former Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office, 75; Mr Richard Meale, composer, 65; The Right Rev Cormac Murphy- O'Connor, Roman Catholic Bishop of Arundel and Brighton, 65; Sir Graham Swanwick, former High Court judge, 91; Mr Sam Torrance, golfer, 44; Mr Hugh Wright, Chief Master, King Edward's School, Birmingham, 59.
- 1 Notting Hill Carnival: Woman shares selfie after being ‘punched in face for telling man to stop groping her’
- 2 Joan Rivers: 'Palestinians deserve to be dead'
- 3 Daily Show's Jon Stewart destroys Fox News for its Ferguson coverage
- 4 Botched ice bucket challenge leaves man critically injured after plane drops hundreds of gallons of water
- 5 Friends reunion: Jennifer Anniston, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox perform mini sketch on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Notting Hill Carnival: Woman shares selfie after being ‘punched in face for telling man to stop groping her’
YouTube video posted by Isis militants shows 'execution of 250 Syrian soldiers'
Joan Rivers: 'Palestinians deserve to be dead'
Daily Show's Jon Stewart destroys Fox News for its Ferguson coverage
Botched ice bucket challenge leaves man critically injured after plane drops hundreds of gallons of water
Exclusive: We share blame for creating 'jihad generation', says Muslim strategist
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
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