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TODAY: Mr Gerald Bermingham MP, 54; Sir Martin Berthoud, diplomat, 63; Mr Reginald Bevins, former government minister, 86; Professor Sir John Boardman, archaeologist, 67; Mr John Clay, former vice-chairman, Hambros, 67; Professor Peter Day, Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 56; Mr John Emburey, cricketer, 42; Mr Anatole Fistoulari, conductor, 87; Mr Roger Gale MP, 51; Mrs Jane Garside, Chief Commissioner, Girl Guides Association, 58; Mr Gus Macdonald, television journalist and executive, 54; Mr Tom Mangold, television reporter, 60; Dr Helen Muir, biochemist, 74; Mr Robert Plant, rock singer, 46; Professor Sir John Plumb, historian, 83; Mr Brian Rees, former Headmaster, Rugby School, 65; Baroness Robson of Kiddington, former chairman, South-West Thames Regional Health Authority, 75; Mr Robert Wareing MP, 64; Mr William Woolard, television presenter and producer, 55.

TOMORROW: Princess Margaret, 64; Mr John Austin-Walker MP, 50; Dame Janet Baker, mezzosoprano, 61; Mr Christopher Brasher, athlete and newspaper columnist, 66; Miss Diana Churchill, actress, 81; Mr Donald Dewar MP, 57; Sir Ronald Garrick, managing director and chief executive, Weir Group, 54; Lord Goodman, former Master, University College, Oxford, 81; Miss Anne Hobbs, tennis player, 35; The Hon Gerald Lascelles, president, British Racing Drivers' Club, 70; Dr Thomas McLean, former Director, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, 64; Mr John Maddison, film and television technologist, 86; Mr Barry Norman, broadcaster, 61; Mr James Pawsey MP, 61; Mr Kenny Rogers, country and western singer, 53; Col James Smail, newspaper proprietor, 73; Mr Peter Thurnham MP, 56; Mr Sam Toy, former chairman, Ford Motor Co, 71; Lt-Gen Sir Richard Vickers, a Gentleman Usher to the Queen, 66.