Saturday 01 February 1997
TOMORROW: Mr Ken Bruce, broadcaster, 46; Sir Gordon Bryce, former Chief Justice of the Bahamas, 84; The Earl of Clarendon, former chairman and managing director, Seccombe, Marshall and Campion, 64; Dr Macdonald Critchley, neurologist, 97; Mr Andrew Davis, conductor, and musical director, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, 53; The Very Rev Dr Victor de Waal, former Dean of Canterbury, 68; Mr Abba Eban, former Israeli foreign minister, 82; Mr Glynn Edwards, actor, 66; Sir Norman Fowler MP, 59; M Valery Giscard d'Estaing, former French president, 71; Mr Hughie Green, former television presenter, 77; Mr Marcus Hope, ambassador to Zaire, 55; Mr David Jason, actor, 57; Mr David Jones, chief executive, Next, 54; Sir Chips Keswick, chairman, Hambros Bank, 57; Mr Barry McGuigan, boxer, 36; Dame Alix Meynell, former senior civil servant, 94; Miss Libby Purves, writer and broadcaster, 47; Miss Elaine Stritch, actress and singer, 70.
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