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TODAY: Sir Robin Auld, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 60; Mr David Bowe, MEP, 42; Sir Norman Brain, former diplomat, 90; Sir Henry Brooke, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 61; Mr Cameron Cochrane, former Headmaster, Fettes College, 64; Sir Andrew Collins, High Court judge, 55; Viscount Colville of Culross QC, circuit judge, 64; Professor Roy Duckworth, former Dean, London Hospital Medical School, 68; Baroness Elles, former Vice-President, European Parliament, 76; Mrs Linda Gilroy MP, 48; Miss Evelyn Glennie, percussionist, 32; Sir Anthony Grabham, chairman, BMA Services, 67; Mr George Hamilton IV, country singer, 60; Maj-Gen Donald Isles, former Director General, Weapons, 73; Dr Carole Jordan, astronomer, 56; Sir Herbert Laming, Chief Inspector, Social Services Inspectorate, 61; Dr Mary McGeown, nephrologist, 74; Sir David Money-Coutts, former chairman, M & G Group, 66; Mr Dominic Muldowney, music director, Royal National Theatre, 45; Mr Ilie Nastase, tennis player, 51; Mr Adrian Noble, artistic director, Royal Shakespeare Company, 47; Sir Frederick O'Brien QC, former Sheriff Principal, Lothian and Borders, 80; Air Chief Marshal Sir David Parry-Evans, Chief Commander, St John Ambulance, 62; Mr Ivor Roberts, actor, 72; Mr Dennis Stevenson, chairman of the trustees, Tate Gallery, 52; Sir Lawrence Verney, Recorder of London, 73; Professor Adrian Webb, Vice-Chancellor, Glamorgan University, 54; Mr Henry Wendt, former chairman, SmithKline Beecham, 64.

TOMORROW: Sir Christopher Benson, chairman, Sun Alliance, 64; Professor Sir John Dacie, haematologist, 85; M Jacques Delors, former President, Commission of the EEC, 72; Mr Desmond Douglas, table tennis player, 42; Sir Antony Driver, former chairman, South West Thames Regional Health Authority, 77; Mr Elwyn Eilledge, chairman, BTR, 62; General Sir Jack Harman, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, 77; Mrs Sylvia Heal MP, 55; Sir Edmund Hillary, mountaineer, 78; Mr Charles Hodson, television reporter, 42; Miss Sally Ann Howes, actress, 68; Mr Roger Hunt, footballer, 59; Mr Edward Leigh MP, 47; Mr John Lodge, rock musician, 54; Mr Charlie Magri, flyweight boxer, 41; Mr Jonathon Morris, actor, 37; Lord Palumbo, former Chairman, Arts Council of Great Britain, 62; Sir Jeffrey Petersen, former diplomat, 77; Mr Walter Plowright, microbiologist and veterinary surgeon, 74; Mr Michael Quinn, chef de cuisine, 51; Mr John Rees, director, Harrow Development Trust, 54; Dame Diana Rigg, actress, 59; Mr Ted Rogers, comedian, 62; Viscount Slim, deputy chairman, Peek plc, 70; Mr Vilem Tausky, former director of opera, Guildhall School of Music, 87; Miss Elizabeth Tucker, former Head Mistress, Headington School, 61.