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TODAY: Mr Lyndon Brook, actor, 67; Lord Brookes, former chairman, GKN plc, 84; Sir Anthony Cleaver, chairman, IBM UK, 55; Mr Aidan Crawley, former chairman, London Weekend Television, 85; Vice-Admiral Sir Alastair Ewing, 84; Mr Patrick Garland, theatre and film director, 58; Mr Adrian Henri, former president, Liverpool Academy of Arts, 61; Mr John Holroyd, First Civil Service Commissioner, 58; Miss Gloria Hunniford, radio presenter, 53; Mr Owen Kelly, Commissioner of Police for the City of London, 61; Professor Kathleen Major, former principal, St Hilda's College, Oxford, 87; Mr Stan Mellor, racehorse trainer and former jockey, 56; Mr David Moorcroft, athlete, 40; Lord Morton of Shuna, a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 63; Sir Robert Rhodes James, historian and former MP, 60; M Maurice Schumann, author and former government minister, 82; Mr Omar Sharif, actor, 61; Mr Thomas Spencer, MEP, 45; Mr Paul Theroux, author, 52; Mr Norman Vaughan, comedian, 68; Mr Max von Sydow, actor, 64.

TOMORROW: Miss Janet Allen, former headmistress, Benenden School, 57; Viscount Buckmaster, former diplomat, 72; Mr Joseph Burnett- Stuart, former chairman, Robert Fleming Holdings, 63; Sir Raymond Carr, former warden, St Antony's College, Oxford, 74; Mr Gervase de Peyer, clarinettist, 67; Sir Harold De Ville, former chairman, Meyer International, 68; Mr Clive Exton, scriptwriter, 63; Mr Ronald Fraser, actor, 63; Miss Jill Gascoine, actress, 56; Mr Joel Grey, actor and singer, 61; Sir Robert Maclean, honorary President, Stoddard Holdings, 85; Mr Derek Martin, actor, 60; Dame Anne Poole, chief nursing officer, Department of Health, 59; Mr Richard Wainwright, former MP, 75.



Tate Gallery: Laurence Bradbury, 'The Power of Understatement in Art', 1pm.


Tate Gallery: Laurence Bradbury, 'Stanley Spencer - mortality and resurrection', 2.30pm.