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TODAY: Mr John Alldis, conductor, 67; Dame Gillian Brown, former diplomat, 73; Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 63; Sir Lawrence Byford, management consultant, 71; Mrs Leila Campbell, former chairman, ILEA, 85; General Sir George Cooper, former Chief Royal Engineer, 71; Mr Eddie Fisher, singer, 68; Miss Rhonda Fleming, actress, 73; Professor Alexander Goehr, composer, 64; Sir Alan Hardcastle, former head of Government Accountancy Service, 63; Professor Adrian Harris, clinical oncologist, 46; Mr Leonard Lickorish, former Director-General, British Travel Association, 75; Mrs Barbara Mills QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, 56; Miss Kate O'Mara, actress, 57; Mr David Rowland, chairman of Lloyd's, 63; Lord Stewartby, former government minister, 61; Mr Richard Unsworth, novelist, 66; Mr Richard Wells, Chief Constable, South Yorkshire, 56; Miss Jane Wyatt, actress, 85.

TOMORROW: Sir Bernard Ashley, hon life president, Laura Ashley, 70; Sir Richard Barratt, former Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 68; Mr Don Boyd, film director, 48; Sir Geoffrey Cass, Chairman, Royal Shakespeare Company, 64; Miss Arlene Dahl, actress, 72; Mr Kenneth Eastham MP, 69; Mr James Eaton, Lord-Lieutenant, County Borough of Londonderry, 69; Professor John Fincham, geneticist, 70; Professor Bob Hepple, Master of Clare College, Cambridge, 62; Professor Alun Hoddinott, composer, 67; Professor Derry Jeffares, English scholar, 76; Sir Aaron Klug, molecular biologist, 70; Dame Jean Lancaster, former director, WRNS, 87; Mr Raymond Leppard, conductor, 69; Miss Anna Massey, actress, 59; Admiral Sir Julian Oswald, former First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, 63; Miss Jean Parker, actress, 84; Sir Michael Quinlan, director, Ditchley Foundation, 66; Dame Angela Rumbold MP, joint deputy chairman of the Conservative Party, 64; Mr Thomas Taaffe, racehorse trainer, 63; The Right Rev James Thompson, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 60; Lord Varley, former government minister, 64.