Prince Karim, the Aga Khan, 57; Sir Terence Beckett, former Director General, CBI, 70; Mr Howard Brenton, playwright, 51; General Arnold Brown, former Leader, Salvation Army, 80; Lord Bullock, historian and former Master of St Catherine's College, Oxford, 79; Mr Jim Davidson, comedian, 39; Sir Brian Fall, ambassador to the Russian Federation, 56; Mr John Francombe, broadcaster and former jockey, 41; Mr Walter Girvan, Chief Constable, Wiltshire, 55; Miss Anouska Hempel, actress, hotelier and designer, 52; Dr Douglas Latto, surgeon and gynaecologist, 80; Mr Robert Lindsay, actor, 44; Professor Sir William McCrea, astronomer, 89; Mr Alec Monk, chief executive, Tri-Delta Corporation, 51; Mr Christopher Plummer, actor, 64; Sir John Pope-Hennessy, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University, 80; Sir Humphrey Prideaux, former chairman, Morland and Co, 78; Sir Robin Renwick, ambassador to the United States of America, 56; Mr George Shultz, former US Secretary of State, 73; Professor Geoffrey Sims, former Vice-Chancellor, Sheffield University, 67; Maj-Gen Sir David Thorne, Director General, Commonwealth Trust, 60; Sir Laurens van der Post, writer and explorer, 87; Mr Dick Van Dyke, actor, 68; General Sir Peter Whiteley, former Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces Northern Europe, 73; Miss Paula Wilcox, actress, 44; Mr Brian Wilson MP, 45.