Mr Arnold Allen, former chairman, UK Atomic Energy Authority, 68; Mr Gordon Banks, footballer, 55; Mr David Bedford, athlete, 43; Professor Sir Roy Calne, surgeon and immunologist, 62; Mr Anthony Cripps QC, 79; Mr Bo Diddley, singer, composer and guitarist, 64; General Sir David Fraser, former UK representative to Nato, 72; Mr Archibald Hamilton MP, Minister of State for the Armed Forces, 51; Lord Harvington, former deputy Speaker, House of Commons, 85; Sir John Houghton, former chief executive, the Meteorological Office, 61; Lord Howick of Glendale, a former managing director, Baring Brothers, 55; Air Chief Marshal Sir Edmund Hudleston, former Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces, Central Europe, 84; Dame Rosalinde Hurley, microbiologist, 63; Mr Mark Kaplan, violinist, 39; The Right Rev Peter Nott, Bishop of Norwich, 59; Sir John Prideaux, former chairman, Westminster Bank, 81; Sir Albert Robinson, former High Commissioner in the UK for Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 77; Mr Nick Skelton, show jumper, 35; Lord Terrington, former member of the Stock Exchange, 77; Miss Tracy Ullman, actress and comedienne, 33; Sir David Willcocks, former director, Royal College of Music, 73; Mr Clifford Williams, associate director, the Royal Shakespeare company, 66.