Miss Lola Albright, actress, 67; Sir Christopher Benson, chairman of Boots, 59; Professor Sir John Dacie, haematologist, 80; M Jacques Delors, President, Commission of the EC, 67; Mr Desmond Douglas, table tennis player, 37; Sir Antony Driver, former chairman, South West Thames Regional Health Authority, 72; General Sir Jack Harman, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, 72; Sir Edmund Hillary, mountaineer, 73; Mr Charles Hodson, broadcaster, 37; Miss Sally Ann Howes, actress, 62; Mr Roger Hunt, footballer, 54; Mrs Molly Keane (MJ Farrell), playwright and author, 87; Mr Edward Leigh MP, Under-Secretary for Industry and Consumer Affairs, 42; Mr John Lodge, rock musician, 49; Mr Charlie Magri, flyweight boxer, 36; Mr Jonathon Morris, actor, 32; Lord Palumbo, chairman, Arts Council of Great Britain, 57; Sir Jeffrey Petersen, former diplomat, 72; Mr Walter Plowright, microbiologist and veterinary surgeon, 69; Miss Dilys Powell, film critic, 91; Mr Michael Quinn, chef, 46; Miss Diana Rigg, actress, 54; Mr Ted Rogers, comedian, 57; Mr Gareth Smith, cricketer, 26; Mr Vilem Tausky, director of opera, Guildhall School of Music, 82; Miss Elizabeth Tucker, headmistress, Headington School, Oxford, 56; Dame Veronica Wedgwood, historian, 82.