Mr Philip Attenborough, deputy chairman, Hodder Headline, 58; Sir Robert Brown Black, diplomat, 88; Lord Brandon of Oakbrook, a former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, 74; Mr Patrick Cargill, actor, 76; The Earl of Cromer, managing director, Inchcape (China), 48; Mr Tony Curtis, actor, 69; Professor Richard D'Aeth, former president, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, 82; Mr David Evennett MP, 45; Miss Sheila Faith, former MP and MEP, 66; Dr Raoul Franklin, Vice-Chancellor, City University, London, 59; Mr Phil Gallie MP, 55; Mr Allen Ginsberg, poet, 68; General Sir Michael Gow, former Commandant, Royal College of Defence Studies, 70; Miss Anita Harris, singer and actress, 52; Air Marshal Sir John Harris, 56; Dr Michael Jaffe, former director, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 71; Mrs June Lawrance, headmistress, Harrogate Ladies' College, 61; Mr Eddie McGrady MP, 51; Mr Colin Meads, rugby player, 58; Sir Harry Pitt, former vice-chancellor, Reading University, 80; Miss Anita Pollack, MEP, 48; Miss Suzi Quatro, rock singer and actress, 44; M Alain Resnais, film director, 72; Mr Wilfred Thesiger, explorer and writer, 84; Miss Penelope Wilton, actress, 47; The Most Rev Thomas Winning, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, 69.