Mr Mohamed Al-Fayed, owner, the House of Fraser, 60; Mr Nicholas Bomford, Headmaster of Harrow, 54; Sir Wilfrid Bourne QC, former Permanent Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Office, 71; Dr Robert Burchfield, former editor of the Oxford English Dictionary Supplement, 69; Mr John Bury, theatre, opera and film designer, 68; Mr Michael Collins, clarinettist, 31; Sir Kenneth Corfield, former chairman, STC, 69; Mrs Mairead Corrigan-Maguire, joint Nobel Peace Prize winner, 49; Mr Michael Craig, actor and playwright, 64; Baroness Cumberlege, chairman, South West Thames Regional Health Authority, 50; Mr Richard Du Cann QC, a Recorder of the Crown Court, 63; Lord Dunboyne, former circuit judge, 76; Sir John Eccles, physiologist, 90; Mr Peter Eele, cricket umpire, 58; Air Commodore the Hon Timothy Elworthy, Captain of the Queen's Flight, 55; The Right Rev Henry Halsey, former Bishop of Carlisle, 74; Mr William Randolph Hearst Jnr, newspaper editor-in-chief, 85; Brigadier Rita Hennessy, former matron-in-chief, Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps, 60; Mr John Hopkins, playwright, 62; Senor Federico Mayor Zaragoza, director- General, Unesco, 59; Mr Alan Milburn MP, 35; Miss Nina Milkina, concert pianist, 74; Miss Patricia Rawlings, MEP, 54; Mr Mordecai Richler, novelist and playwright, 62; Lord Rix, actor and former secretary-general of Mencap, 69; Mr Roger Sims MP, 63; Mr Neville Trotter MP, 61; Sir William van Straubenzee, former MP, 69; Lord Vinson, inventor, and deputy chairman, Electra Investment Trust, 62; General Sir Dudley Ward, former Governor, Gibraltar, 88.