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TODAY: Mr Franta Belsky, sculptor, 75; Sir Paul Beresford MP, 50; Mr Rodney Bickerstaffe, associate general secretary, UNISON, 51; Mr Rory Bremner, impressionist, 35; Mr John Brooke-Little, Clarenceux King of Arms, 69; Mr Ivan Callan, High Commissioner to Brunei, 53; Miss Anne Campbell MP, 56; Miss Joan Carlyle, soprano, 65; Mr Bernard Carter, painter and etcher, 76; Mr Anthony Chubb, former chairman, Foseco, 68; Mr Roger Cook, broadcaster and journalist, 53; Mr Paul Daniels, magician, 58; Admiral Sir Desmond Dreyer, 86; Mr Julian Faber, former chairman, Willis, Faber and Dumas, 79; Mr Willis Hall, writer, 67; Dr David Ingram, former Vice- Chancellor, University of Kent at Canterbury, 69; Sir John Knox, High Court judge, 71; Lord Moore of Wolvercote, former private secretary to the Queen, 75; The Rev Ian Paisley, MP and MEP, 70; Miss Felicity Palmer, mezzo-soprano, 52; Mr Andre Previn, composer and conductor, 67; Mr Dudley Sutton, actor, 63; Mr Dilip Vengsarkar, cricketer, 40; Professor James D. Watson, geneticist and Nobel prizewinner, 68; Sir Marcus Worsley Bt, Lord-Lieutenant of North Yorkshire, 71.

TOMORROW: Mr Dennis Amiss, cricketer, 53; Miss Angela Bonallack, golfer, 59; Miss Fredda Brilliant, sculptor, 88; Mr Francis Ford Coppola, film director and screenwriter, 57; Sir Geoffrey Cox, former chief executive, ITN, 86; Mr Luca Cumani, race-horse trainer, 47; Professor Sir Graeme Davies, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Glasgow University, 59; Professor Donald Denman, land economist, 85; Mr Peter Fluck, puppet-maker and satirist, 55; Sir David Frost, television presenter, 57; Mr Frederick Garner, former chairman, Pearl Assurance, 76; Mr James Garner, actor, 68; Sir Terence Harrison, chief executive, Rolls-Royce, 63; Vice Admiral Sir Arthur Hezlet, former submarine commander, 82; Mr Gorden Kaye, actor, 55; Mr Martyn Lewis, broadcaster, 51; Mr Cliff Morgan, former head of Outside Broadcasting, BBC Television, 66; Mr Ian Richardson, actor, 62; Mr Andrew Sachs, actor, 66; Mr Ravi Shankar, sitar player, 76; Group Captain Mary Shaw, former director and matron-in-chief, PMRAFNS, 63; Miss Alison Shrubsole, former principal, Homerton College, 71; Mr David J. Williams, chief constable, Surrey, 55; Sir Geoffrey Wilson, former chairman, the Race Relations Board, 86; Mr Mark Wolfson MP, 62.