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Birthdays

TODAY: The Viscount of Arbuthnott, Lord-Lieutenant of Grampian Region (Kincardineshire), 72; Mr John Arden, playwright, 66; Mr Kevin Barron MP, 50; Mr Ian Chapman, publisher, 71; Sir Percy Cradock, former Prime Minister's adviser on Foreign Affairs, 73; Mr Paul Daneman, actor, 71; Mr Bob Edwards, former deputy chairman, Mirror Group, 71; Mr Edward Garnier MP, 44; Professor Robert Hinde, former Master, St John's College, Cambridge, 73; Mr Bob Hoskins, actor, 54; Sir Clifford Inniss, former Judge of Appeal, Belize, 86; Mr Peter Joslin, chief constable, Warwickshire, 63; Professor Arthur Lucas, Principal, King's College, London, 55; Sir Donald MacDougall, economist, 84; Lord Molloy, former MP, 78; Mr Gyorgy Pauk, concert violinist, 60; Mr Thomas Sackville MP, Under-Secretary, Department of Health, 46; Lord Scanlon, former trade union leader, 83; Miss Jaclyn Smith, actress, 48; Sir Michael Wright, High Court judge, 64; Lord Wylie QC, a former Senator of the Scottish College of Justice, 73.

TOMORROW: Lord Ashtown, former ambassador to Korea, 80; Lady Baden-Powell, former Girl Guides Chief Commissioner, 60; M Jean-Pierre Cassel, actor, 64; Mr John Cleese, actor, 57; Vice-Admiral Sir John Cox, director, Sound Alive, 68; Dr John Dingle, President, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, 69; Sir Paul Fox, former managing director, BBC Network Television, 71; Lord Glendyne, stockbroker, 70; Mr Glen Hoddle, footballer, 39; Sir John Hunt MP, 67; Lt-Gen Sir Maurice Johnston, former deputy Chief of Defence Staff, 67; Sir Raymond Johnstone, former chairman, Forestry Commission, 67; Admiral Sir John Kerr, former Commander-in-Chief, Naval Home Command, 59; Mr Simon le Bon, pop singer, 38; Mr Roy Lichtenstein, artist, 73; Mr Peter Martins, dancer and choreographer, 51; Sir Anthony Meyer, former MP, 76; Sir Frank Roberts, former diplomat, 89; Mr Leonard Rosoman, painter and former tutor, Royal College of Art, 83; Lt-Col Malcolm Ross, Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office, 53; Miss Monica Sims, director of production, Children's Film and Television Foundation, 71; Professor Barry Supple, director, Leverhulme Trust, 66; Mr Chris Tavare, cricketer, 42; Dr Alan Tyson, musicologist and psychoanalyst, 70; Air Chief Marshal Sir John Willis, Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, 59; Mr Andrew N. Wilson, author and literary editor, 46; Miss Teresa Wright, actress, 78.

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