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TODAY: Miss Francesca Annis, actress, 49; Mr David Ashby MP, 54; Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda, Life President of Malawi, 89; Mr Chay Blyth, yachtsman, 54; Vice-Admiral Sir Peter Buchanan, 69; Mr Denis Cannan, playwright, 75; Mr Phil Drabble, television commentator, 80; Sir Owen Green, former chairman, BTR, 69; The Hon Mrs (Sarah) Hogg, head of the Prime Minister's Policy Unit, 48; Mr David Hubbard, chairman, Powell Duffryn, 58; Mr Peter Kirsten, cricketer, 39; Lord McAlpine of West Green, Governor, South Bank University, 52; Canon John Oates, Rector, St Bride's, Fleet Street, 64; Mr Robert A. Parker, water-colour artist, 68; Miss Sian Phillips, actress, 60; Sir Peregrine Rhodes, former diplomat, director-general, British Property Federation, 69; Sir Adam Ridley, executive director, Hambros Bank, 52; Mr Leslie Sharp, Chief Constable, Strathclyde, 58; Mrs Patricia Turner, trade union leader, 67; Mrs Adrianne Uziell-Hamilton, circuit judge, 62; Mr Bob Woolmer, cricketer, 45.

TOMORROW: Sir James Baddiley, biochemist, 76; Sir Ralph Bateman, former president, CBI, 84; Sir William Batty, former chairman, Ford Motor Co, 81; Mr David Boston, former director, Horniman Museum, 63; Mr Michael Browning, actor, 64; Dame Eugenia Charles, Prime Minister of Dominica, 75; Mr Michael Clapham MP, 51; Miss Constance Cummings, actress, 84; Mr Ted Dexter, former England cricket captain, 59; Mr Brian Eno, rock musician and composer, 46; Mr Hugh Falkus, writer and naturalist, 77; Mr Andrew Hargreaves MP, 39; Mr Richard Hough, author, 72; Mr John Lanchbery, conductor and composer, 71; Miss Barbara Lott, actress, 74; The Hon Lord McDonald, former Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 78; Sir Frederick Mason, former diplomat, 81; Mr Mike Oldfield, rock singer and guitarist, 41; Professor Philip Reynolds, former Vice-Chancellor, Lancaster University, 74; Mr Anthony Shaffer, playwright, 68; Mr Peter Shaffer, playwright, 68; Mr Neil Stacey, actor, 53; Mr Ralph Steadman, cartoonist, 58; Professor Sir Eric Stroud, paediatrician, 70; Sir David Trippier, former government minister, 48.