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TODAY: Lord Alexander of Weedon QC, chairman, National Westminster Bank, 56; Mr Malcolm Allison, football manager, 65; Miss Meg Beresford, former general secretary, CND, 55; Mr Johnny Briggs, actor, 57; Viscount Chilston, film producer, 46; Mr Dick Clement, director and scriptwriter, 55; Lord Delfont, Chairman, First Leisure Corp, 83; Mr Richard Dunn, managing director, Thames Television, 49; Miss Tracy Edwards, yachtswoman, 30; Mr Robin Fearn, ambassador to Spain, 58; Mr David Graham, chief constable, Cheshire, 59; Dame Elizabeth Hedley-Miller, former senior civil servant, 69; Mr Michael Lees, actor, 65; Sir Francis Loyd, former colonial administrator, 76; Mr Kevin McNamara MP, 58; Mr Eduardo Mata, conductor, 50; Sir John Mummery, High Court judge, 54; Mr Bob Newhart, actor and comedian, 63; Mr William Nursaw, investment consultant, 89; Canon Peter Pilkington, High Master, St Paul's School, 59; Mr Nigel Plews, cricket umpire, 58; Miss Jean Rankine, deputy director, British Museum, 51; Mr Al Stewart, rock singer and songwriter, 47; Mr George Tremlett, author, journalist and bookseller, 53; Mr Paul A. Volcker, former chairman, American Federal Reserve Board, 65; Miss Raquel Welch, actress, 52; Professor Sir Denys Wilkinson, nuclear physicist, 70.

TOMORROW: The Right Rev John Bickersteth, former Clerk of the Closet to the Queen, 71; Mr James Boyce MP, 45; Mr Simon Burns MP, 40; Mr Sherban Cantacuzino, secretary, Royal Fine Art Commission, 64; Sir Derman Christopherson, former Master, Magdalene College, Cambridge, 77; Miss Britt Ekland, actress, 49; Sir John Johnson, chairman, Countryside Commission, 62; Mr George Mann, cricketer, 75; Miss Monica Mason, ballerina, 51; Mr Stephen Murray, actor, 80; Sir Peter Pain, former High Court judge, 79; Mr Andrew Hugh Smith, chairman, International Stock Exchange, 61; Sir James Stubblefield, geologist, 91; Miss Jackie Trent, singer and lyricist, 52; Sir Anthony Wagner, Clarenceux King of Arms, 84.