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TODAY: Mr Jacques Arnold MP, 47; Mr Gerhard Berger, motor racing driver, 35; Sir Donald Bradman, cricketer, 86; Chief Buthelezi, 66; Sir Hugh Byatt, former diplomat, 67; Sir Stewart Crawford, former diplomat, 81; Lord Dormand of Easington, former government minister, 75; Miss Sian Edwards, conductor and music director, English National Opera, 35; The Earl of Eglinton and Winton, managing director, and deputy chairman, Gerrard & National Holdings, 55; Lady Antonia Fraser, writer, 62; Mr David Hart, trade union leader, 54; Mr Michael Holroyd, writer, 59; Sir Alexander Johnston, former chairman, Board of Inland Revenue, 89; Mr Bernhard Langer, golfer, 37; Mr John Lloyd, tennis player, 40; Mr Andrew MacKay MP, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 45; Mr James Molyneaux MP, 74; Sir Mark Potter, High Court judge, 57; Miss Martha Raye, actress and comedienne, 78; Viscount Rothermere, newspaper proprietor, 69; The Right Rev Richard Rutt, former Bishop of Leicester, 69; Mother Teresa, missionary, 84; Mr Jack Thompson MP, 66; Mr Andy Turnell, jockey, 46; Lt-Gen Sir John Watts, former chief of Defence Staff, Omani Armed Forces, 64; Mr Robin Waterfield, bookseller and publisher, 80; Mr Edmund Weiner, lexicographer, 45.

TOMORROW: The Duke of Argyll, Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, 57; Sir Kenneth Berrill, economist, 74; The Right Rev John Bone, Bishop of Reading, 64; Sir Ralph Kilner Brown, former High Court judge, 85; Mr John Carlisle MP, 52; Sir Cecil Clothier QC, former chairman, Police Complaints Authority, 75; Miss Imogen Cooper, pianist, 45; Lord Cudlipp, former newspaper chairman, 81; Professor Wendy Davies, historian, 52; Mr Windsor Davies, actor, 64; Miss Janet Frame, novelist, 70; Mr Ben Gazzara, actor, 64; Sir Rupert Hart-Davis, author, editor and former publisher, 87; Sir Godfrey Hounsfield, inventor of the EMI-scanner, 75; Mr Emlyn Hughes, footballer and broadcaster, 47; General Sir William Jackson, former Governor, Gibraltar, 77; Professor Sir John Kingman, vice-chancellor, Bristol University, 55; Dr Joseph Luns, former secretary-general of Nato, 83; Air Chief Marshal Sir Nigel Maynard, 73; Miss Elain Mellor, jockey, 51; Mr Donald O'Connor, actor and dancer, 69; Mr Max Robertson, radio commentator and broadcaster, 79; Miss Emma Samms, actress, 34; Sir Thomas Scrivenor, former colonial administrator, 86; Mr John Shirley- Quirk, bass-baritone, 63; Mr David Soul, actor, 50; Sir Peter Thornton, former senior civil servant, 77; Professor Roger Williams, hepatologist, 63.