Birthdays

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TODAY: Mr Paul Allott, cricketer, 40; Miss Amanda Barrie, actress, 57;Miss Sandra Blow, painter, 71; Mr James Clappison MP, 40; Lord Cledwyn of Penrhos, former Labour minister, 80; Professor John Coales, electrical engineer, 89; Sir James Cobban, former Headmaster of Abingdon School, 86; Vice-Admiral Sir William Crawford, 89; Lord Dean of Harptree, former MP, 72; Mr Terence Donovan, photographer, 60; Mr Morten Harket, pop singer, 37; Mr Martin Hill, tenor, 52; Mr Michael Howard, organ recitalist and conductor, 74; The Hon Sir Angus Ogilvy, husband of Princess Alexandra, 68; Air Marshal Sir Frederick Sowrey, 74; Mr Kepler Wessels, cricketer, 39; Mr Ray Wilkins, footballer, 40; Mr Nicol Williamson, actor, 58.

TOMORROW: Prince Henry of Wales, 12; The Rev Professor Peter Ackroyd, Emeritus Professor of Old Testament Studies, London University, 79; Mr Richard Arnell, composer, conductor and film maker, 79; Mr Charles Bone, painter and lecturer, 70; Professor John Russell Brown, professor of theatre, 73; General Eva Burrows, Salvation Army officer, 67; Mr Jackie Cooper, actor, 74; Dame Sylvia Crowe, landscape architect, 95; Mr Thomas Duggin, diplomat, 49; Lord Eden of Winton, former government minister, 71; Professor Brian Fender, chief executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England, 62; Mr Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, conductor, 63; Dr Richard Gordon, novelist, 75; Sir Philip Harris, chairman, Carpetright of London, 54; Mr Clive Merrison, actor, 51; Miss Jessye Norman, soprano, 51; Viscount Norwich, architectural writer, 67; Mr Abdul Qadir, Pakistan cricketer, 41; Mr Glen Renfrew, former chief executive of Reuters, 68; Sir Clive Rose, former diplomat, 75; Sir Konrad Schiemann, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 59; Lady Soames (Mary Soames), author, daughter of Sir Winston Churchill, 74; Sir Peter Studd, former Lord Mayor of London, 80; Mr Graham Taylor, manager, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, 52; Mr George Walden MP, 57; Sir Richard Way, former Principal, King's College London, 82; Sir John Williams, former diplomat, 74; Mr David Wilmott, radio newsreader and presenter, 65.

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