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TODAY: Mr Colin Banks, graphic designer, 61; Sir Alastair Blair, formerly Captain of the Queen's Body Guard for Scotland, 85; Air Marshal Sir Robert Craven, 77; Sir Robin Dunn, former Lord Justice of Appeal, 75; Professor John Enderby, physicist, 62; Professor Sir Peter Hirsch, metallurgist, 68; Sir John Layden, former chairman, Association of Metropolitan Authorities, 67; Professor Elaine Murphy, Professor of Psychogeriatrics, Guy's Hosptial, 46; Mr Richard Ormond, director, National Maritime Museum, 54; Miss Nadine Peppard, race relations consultant, 71; Mr Keith Shackleton, artist and naturalist, 70; Professor Sir Frederick Stewart, geologist, 77; Lord Thomson of Monifieth, former chairman of the IBA, 72; Mr Cliff Thorburn, snooker player, 45; Miss Christine Truman, tennis player, 52; Marina Vaizey, art critic, 55; Professor Sir William Wade QC, former Master, Gonville and Caius, Cambridge, 75; Mr James Watson, chairman, NFC plc, 58; Mr Michael White, producer, 57.

TOMORROW: Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, 60; Mr Muhammad Ali, former boxing champion, 51; Mr Keith Chegwin, television and radio presenter, 36; Sir Michael Clapham, former chairman, IMI and BPM Holdings, 81; Sir Mervyn Davies, High Court Judge, 75; Miss Sharon Duce, actress, 43; Sir Edward Fennessy, pioneer of radar, 81; Miss Monica Furlong, writer, 63; Mlle Francoise Hardy, singer, 49; Lord Joseph, CH, former MP and government minister, 75; The Right Rev Nigel McCulloch, Bishop of Wakefield, 51; Miss Sally Mapleson, show jumper, 36; Sir Geoffrey Pattie MP, 57; Professor William Robertson, pathologist, 70; Mr Vidal Sassoon, hair stylist, 65; Miss Moira Shearer, former ballerina, 67; Professor Sir David Smithers, professor of radiotherapy, 85; Mr Clyde Walcott, West Indies cricket administrator, 67; Miss Gillian Weir, concert organist, 52; Mr Paul Young, singer, 37.