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TODAY: Capt Sir Alastair Aird, Comptroller to the Queen Mother, 64; Professor Sir Melville Arnott, cardiologist, 86; Mr Peter Barkworth, actor, 66; Mr Richard Briers, actor, 61; Baroness Brooke of Ystradfellte, former vice-chairman, Conservative P arty, 87; Lord Catto, president, Morgan Grenfell, 72; Miss Faye Dunaway, actress, 54; Miss Maina Gielgud, ballerina, 50; Miss Andree Grenfell, former managing director, Glemby International, 55; Mr Brian Hardie, cricketer, 45; Sir Martin Holdgate, former director-general, International Union for Conservation of Nature, 64; Sir Arthur Hoole, solicitor and former chairman of the College of Law, 71; Mr Jack Jones, singer, 57; Professor Sir Hans Kornberg, Master, Christ's College, Cambridge, 67; Mr John Lev er, headmaster, Canford School, 43; Mr Warren Mitchell, actor, 69; Mr Trevor Nunn, theatre director, 55; Sir Neil Pritchard, former ambassador to Thailand, 84; Mr Christopher Reeves, banker, 59; Sir Vernon Seccombe, chairman, Plymouth Acute Hospitals Tru st, 67; Mlle Caterina Valente, guitarist and singer, 64; Mr Bill Werberniuk, snooker player, 48; Sir John Woodcock, former HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 63.

TOMORROW: Princess Michael of Kent, 50; Mrs Margaret Beckett MP, 52; Mr Chuck Berry, singer, 69; Mr Frank Bough, television presenter, 62; Mr Lloyd Bridges, actor, 82; Mr Nigel Briers, cricketer, 40; Sir Neil Cossons, Director, Science Museum, 56; Lord Dacre of Glanton, historian and former Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 81; Miss Jane Drabble, assistant managing director, BBC Network Television, 48; Mr Anthony Forbes, former joint senior partner, Cazenove & Co, 57; The Hon Mary Hogg QC, a Recorder ofthe Crown Court, 48; Sir John Junor, former Editor, Sunday Express, 76; Mr Melvin J. Lasky, former Editor and publisher, Encounter, 75; Lord Lever of Manchester, former government minister, 81; Professor Peter Maitlis, Professor of Chemistry, Sheffield U niversity, 62; Sir Thomas Morison, High Court judge, 56; Miss Margaret O'Brien, actress, 58; Mr Paul Parker, cricketer, 39; Miss Maria Schell, actress, 69; Lord Simon of Glaisdale, former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, 84; Mr John Terraine, author, 74; MrF rank Thornton, actor and comedian, 74; Sir John Wordie, barrister, 71.