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Mr Alan Bamford, former principal of Homerton College, Cambridge, 63; Mr Milton Berle, comedian, 85; Miss Chili Bouchier, actress, 84; Sir John Bremridge, former chairman, Cathay Pacific Airways, 68; Mr John Bullock, joint senior partner, Coopers & Lybrand, 60; Sir Alastair Burnet, broadcaster, 65; Viscount Camrose, former chairman, the Daily Telegraph, 84; Mr Van Cliburn, pianist, 59; Mr Bill Cosby, comedian and actor, 56; Miss Annabel Croft, tennis player, 27; Sir John Cuckney, chairman, Royal Insurance Holdings, 68; Mr Gareth Edwards, rugby player, 46; Admiral Sir John Hamilton, 83; Sir Arthur Hetherington, former chairman, British Gas, 82; Dom Philip Holdsworth, former Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford, 72; Mr Thomas Illtyd James, retired surgeon, 93; Mr Michael Kenward, science writer, 48; Mr Michael Gough Matthews, director, Royal College of Music, 62; Mr Paul May, former deputy chairman, John Lewis Partnership, 86; Sir William Montagu-Pollock, former diplomat, 90; Professor Sir Randolph Quirk, former President of the British Academy, 73; Miss Jennifer Saunders, comedienne and actress, 35; Mr Robin Squire MP, Under- Secretary of State for Education, 49; Professor Sir Charles Stuart-Harris, physician, 84; Sir Harold Walker MP, 66; Mr Frank Windsor, actor, 66.