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TODAY: Lord Birkett, film producer, 65; Col John Blashford-Snell, adventurer and Defence Staff officer, 58; Mr William Bowman, chairman, Covent Garden Market Authority, 62; Mr Eddie Brigati, singer, 48; Mr Louis Carus, former Principal, Birmingham School of Music, 67; Mrs Barbara Craig, former Principal, Somerville College, Oxford, 79; Mlle Catherine Deneuve, actress, 51; Professor Charlotte Erickson, historian, 71; Maj-Gen Lord Michael Fitzalan Howard, Gold Stick to the Queen, 78; Miss Joan Fontaine, actress, 77; Lady Fox, Editor, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 66; Mr Mike Hendrick, cricketer, 46; Mr Michael Heron, chairman, Post Office, 60; Miss Irene Hindmarsh, former Principal, St Aidan's College, Durham, 71; Sir Derek Jacobi, actor, 56; Mrs Doris Lessing, novelist, 75; Mr Donald McIntyre, operatic bass singer, 60; Mr Kelvin MacKenzie, director, Mirror Group, 48; Mr Robert Rauschenberg, pop artist, 69; Mr James Sharples, Chief Constable of Merseyside, 51; Mr Michael Stoute, racehorse trainer, 49; Vice-Admiral Sir FitzRoy Talbot, 85; Mr Arthur Thatcher, former Director of Censuses, 68; Vice-Admiral Sir Hugo White, former Flag Officer, Scotland and Northern Ireland, 55; Mr James White, chairman, Ashley Group, 57; Admiral Sir David Williams, former Governor of Gibraltar, 73; Professor Sir David Williams, former Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge University, 64; Professor John Wing, psychiatrist, 71.

TOMORROW: Sir Anthony Bamford, chairman and managing director, JC Bamford, 49; Mr Johnny Carson, television presenter, 69; Mr George Cohen, footballer, 55; Major Edwina Coven, HM Lieutenant, City of London, 73; Mr John Craven, chairman, Morgan Grenfell, 54; Miss Maggi Hambling, artist, 49; Lord Hunt of Tanworth, former Secretary of the Cabinet, 75; Sir Archie Lamb, former diplomat, 73; Professor Sir Frank Lawton, Emeritus Professor of Operative Surgery, Liverpool University, 79; Mr Iverach McDonald, former Associate Editor, the Times, 86; Pele, footballer, 54; Lord Remnant, chairman, National Provident Institution, 64; Sir Ralph Riley, former deputy chairman, Agriculture and Food Research Council, 70; Miss Anita Roddick, founder and proprietor of The Body Shop, 52; Mr George Rylands, Shakespearean scholar, 92; The Earl of Shannon, former Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 70; Baroness Trumpington, Baroness in Waiting, 72; Baroness Young, former Minister of State, Foreign Office, 68.