Mr John Aspinall, casino-and-zoo-owner, 67; Mr James Bostock, painter and engraver, 76; Mr Michael Cacoyannis, film and stage director, 71; Lord Cameron of Lochbroom, a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, former Lord Advocate, 62; M Jacques-Yves Cousteau, undersea explorer, 83; Miss Lindsey de Paul, singer and composer, 43; Mr John Dyson, cricketer, 39; Sir Anthony Evans, High Court judge, 59; Sir Marcus Fox MP, 66; Mr Athol Fugard, actor, director and playwright, 61; Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Gerken, 61; Dame Beryl Grey, former prima ballerina, 66; Mr Dundas Hamilton, chairman, Wates City of London Properties, 74; Mrs Rachael Heyhoe Flint, journalist, broadcaster and sportswoman, 53; Mr Alan Howarth MP, 49; Mr David Kindersley, stone-carver, 78; Mr Hugh Laurie, actor, 34; Mr Paul Mellon, former president, Washington National Gallery of Art, 86; Mr Michael Meyer, novelist and translator, 72; Mr Anthony Nelson MP, Economic Secretary, Treasury, 45; Miss Jenny Pitman, racehorse trainer, 47; Mr Barry Porter MP, 54; The Hon Timothy Sainsbury MP, Minister for Trade, 61; Mr John Shakespeare, diplomat, 63; Mr Jackie Stewart, champion racing driver, 54; Sir John Terry, former managing director, National Film Finance Corporation, 80; Mr Richard Todd, actor, 74; Sir Gerard Vaughan MP, former government minister, 70; Mr Gene Wilder, actor, 58; Lt- Gen Sir Michael Wilkes, Commander, UK Field Army, 47.