Mr John Birt, deputy Director General of the BBC, 48; Viscount Boyne, Lord-in-Waiting, 61; Mr Kenneth Branagh, actor, 32; Mr Harry Cohen, MP, 43; Mr John Collins, chairman and chief executive, Shell UK, 51; Miss Rumer Godden, playwright, poet and author, 85; Mr Cecil Hallett, former general secretary, Amalgamated Engineering Union, 93; Lord Harris of High Cross, founder president, Institute of Economic Affairs, 68; Mr Michael Jopling, MP, 62; Miss Joan Kenworthy, principal, St Mary's College, Durham, 59; Mr Jahangir Khan, squash champion, 29; Mr Nicolas Kynaston, concert organist, 51; Mrs Jacqui Lait, MP, 45; Miss Dorothy Lamour, actress, 78; Mr Ralphael Maklouf, sculptor, 55; Mr Michael Manley, prime minister of Jamaica, 68; Sir Jeremy Morse, chairman of Lloyds Bank, 64; Sir John Peel, former surgeon- gynaecologist to the Queen, 88; Mr Thomas Roberts, former chairman, Milford Haven Conservancy Board, 81; Mr Angus Stirling, director-general, the National Trust, 59; Mr Colin Turner, rector, Glasgow Academy, 59.
National Gallery: Colin Wiggins, 'Important Loans: Guercino: Hagar and the Angel', 1pm.
Victoria & Albert Museum: Sarah Bowles, 'The Social History of Furniture (IV)', 2.30pm.
National Portrait Gallery: Liz Rideal, 'The Changing Portrait', 1.10pm.
Tate Gallery: 'Richard Wentworth in Conversation with Tim Marlow', 1pm.