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.
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