Mr Alan Beith MP, 50; Professor Derek Bowett QC, former president, Queens' College, Cambridge, 66; Mr Michael Brandon, actor, 48; Mr Ray Brooks, actor, 54; Sir Geoffrey Chipperfield, civil servant, 60; The Right Rev Frederick Darwent, former Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney, 66; Maj-Gen Sir Charles Dunphie, former chairman, Vickers, 91; Miss Nina Foch, actress, 69; Mr Graeme Fowler, cricketer, 36; Sir Arnold France, former chairman, Board of Inland Revenue, 82; Mr John Eliot Gardiner, conductor, 50; Mr Mauricio Gugelmin, racing driver, 30; Mr Jeremy Hayes MP, 40; Mr Paul Heiney, writer and broadcaster, 44; Miss Louise Jameson, actress, 42; Sir Antony Jay, author and scriptwriter, 63; Mr Eddie Kulukundis, theatrical producer, 61; Mr Nick Lyndhurst, actor, 32; Mr Ryan O'Neal, actor, 52; Mr Leslie Phillips, actor, 69; Mr Eric Pickles MP, 41; Sir Hilton Poynton, former senior civil servant, 88; Sir John Quicke, agriculturist, 71; Mr Richard Rhodes, headmaster, Rossall School, 51; Mr Christopher Robinson, organist and director of music, St John's College, Cambridge, 57; Professor George Sayles, historian, 92; Mr Peter Snow, broadcaster, 55; Miss Jean Southworth QC, Crown Court Recorder, 67; Mr Gerry Steinberg MP, 48; Air Marshal Sir Richard Wakeford, 71; Mr Henry Wrong, chairman, European Arts Foundation, 63; Professor Arnold Weddle, professor of landscape architecture, Newcastle University, 69.