Sir Walter Bodmer, director-general, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 58; Mr Eddie Cheever, motor-racing driver, 36; Sir Robin Chichester-Clark, former MP and government minister, 66; Mr Thomas Clarke MP, 53; Sir Arthur Gold, honorary life president, European Athletic Association, 77; Mr Derek Hammond-Stroud, baritone, 68; Sir David Hopkin, former Chief Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, 72; Sir Derek Hornby, chairman, British Overseas Trade Board, 64; Mr Thomas Hutton, former chief executive of Total Oil, 73; Miss Dorothy Malone, film actress, 69; Sir Robert Marshall, former chairman, National Water Council, 74; Dr Peter Mathias, Master, Downing College, Cambridge, 66; Sir David Miers, ambassador to Greece, 57; Mr Denis Peach, former Chief Charity Commissioner, 66; Mr Alan Protheroe, journalist and broadcaster, 60; Mr Anton Rodgers, actor, 61; Mr Freddie Starr, comedian, 50; Mrs Valerie Strachan, chairman, Board of Customs and Excise, 54; Mr Rod Stewart, rock singer, 49; Mr Erroll J. Yates, chairman and managing director, Kodak, 64.