Wednesday 13 March 1996
Miss Valerie Amos, former chief executive, Equal Opportunities Commission, 42; Mr Walter Annenberg, publisher and former ambassador to Britain, 88; Sir Gordon Borrie QC, former director-general of Fair Trading, 65; Mr Terence Brady, playwright, novelist and actor, 57; Lord Butterworth, former Vice-Chancellor, Warwick University, 78; Sir Michael Checkland, former director-general of the BBC, 60; Miss Lesley Collier, ballet dancer, 49; Mr Lionel Friend, conductor, and musical director, Nexus Opera, 51; Mr Christopher Gable, actor and ballet dancer, 56; Sir Robert Mark, former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, 79; Mr James Marshall MP, 55; Sir Henry Nevile, former Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, 76; Dr David Peace, glass engraver, 81; Air Commodore Helen Renton, former director, WRAF, 65; Mr Neil Sedaka, musician, 57; Mr Jim Slater, former chairman, Slater Walker Securities, 67; Mr Peter Viggers MP, 58.
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