Mr Burt Bacharach, composer, 65; Mr Alan Ball, football manager, 49; Mr Dominic Cadbury, chief executive, Cadbury Schweppes, 54; Mr Michael Coates, former chairman, Price Waterhouse, 70; Mr John Floyd, auctioneer, 71; Mr Patrick Gilbert, former General Secretary, SPCK, 60; Mr James Pineo Grant, executive director, Unicef, 72; Miss Susan Hampshire, actress, 52; Mr Nicky Henson, actor, 49; Professor Dorothy Hodgkin OM, chemist, 84; Mr Henry Hodson, former Editor, the Annual Register, 88; The Earl of Kimberley, member of the House of Lords Defence Study Group, 70; Lord Laing of Dunphail, life president, United Biscuits, 71; Mr Eric Lyall, chairman, Pearl Group, 70; Mr Roger Moate MP, 56; The Right Rev Hugh Montefiore, former Bishop of Birmingham, 74; Mrs Jenni Murray, broadcaster, 44; Mr Chris Patten, Governor of Hong Kong, 50; Miss Rosalind Savill, Director, the Wallace Collection, 43; Mr Frederick Smithies, schoolteacher and trade-union leader, 65; Dr Miriam Stoppard, writer and broadcaster, 57; Mr Steve Winwood, rock singer and composer, 46; Sir Paul Wright, former Head of the Diplomatic Service (a life peer), 79.