Mr Patrick Brown, senior civil servant, 53; Miss Julie Christie, actress, 53; Vice-Admiral Sir Geoffrey Dalton, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic, 62; Mr Bradford Dillman, 63; Sir John Gielgud CH, actor, 89; Mr Gerry Gillman, former trade-union leader, 66; Mr Ivor Guest, writer on ballet, 73; Lord Hastings, 81; Miss Valerie Hobson, former actress, 76; The Right Rev Dr David Hope, Bishop of London, 53; Mr Julian Lloyd Webber, cellist, 42; Mr William Lucas, actor, 68; Miss Loretta Lynn, country singer, 58; Mr Michael Maclagan, former Richmond Herald of Arms, 79; Col Sir Robert Macrae, former Lord-Lieutenant of Orkney, 78; The Right Rev Michael Marshall, Archbishops' adviser on Evangelism, 57; Baroness Masham of Ilton, Vice-Chairman All-Party Parliamentary Drug Misuse Committee, 58; Mr Patrick Ramsay, former Controller, BBC Scotland, 67; The Right Rev Leslie Rees, Assistant Bishop, Winchester, 74; Professor John Roberts, warden, Merton College, Oxford, 65; The Ven Raymond Roberts, former Chaplain of the Fleet, 62; Mr David Skipper, director, Westminster Centre for Education, 62; Mr Rod Steiger, actor, 68; Miss Elizabeth Symons, trade-union leader, 42; Sir Peter Thompson, Life President, NFC plc, 65; Mr George Walker, former chairman and chief executive, Brent Walker, 64; Baroness Warnock, former mistress of Girton College, Cambridge, 69.