Saturday 22 August 1992
TOMORROW: Mr Christopher Blake, actor, 43; Mr Jack Boddy, former trade-union leader, 70; Mr Dale Campbell-Savours MP, 49; Mr Geoff Capes, shot putter, 43; Sir Robert Crichton-Brown, former chairman, Rothmans International, 73; Dr Carl Dolmetsch, director, Haslemere Festival, 81; Sir John Fairclough, former chief scientific adviser to the Cabinet Office, 62; Mr Roger Greenaway, song composer, 54; Sir John Hoskyns, former director-general, Institute of Directors, 65; Air Chief Marshal Sir Brendan Jackson, Air Member for Supply and Organisation, 57; Mr Gene Kelly, dancer and singer, 80; Lord Kissin, life president, GPG, 80; Mr Stanley Kitchen, chartered accountant, 79; Mr Peter Lilley MP, Secretary of State for Social Security, 49; Mr James Quinn, film producer and exhibitor, 73; Mr CH Rolph (Cecil Rolph Hewitt), author, 91; Mr Willy Russell, author and playwright, 45; Sir Roy Strong, writer and historian, 57; Mr Peter Thomson, golfer, 63; Field Marshal Sir Richard Vincent, Chief of the Defence Staff, 61; Mr Charles Wardle MP, 53; Sir Brian Young, former chairman, Christian Aid, 70.
National Gallery: James Heard, 'Degas: Young Spartans Exercising', 12pm.
British Museum: George Hart, 'Life under the Pharaohs: craftsmen and fellahin', 1.15pm.
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