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TODAY: Mr Arnold Allen, former chairman, UK Atomic Energy Authority, 71; Mr Gordon Banks, footballer, 58; Mr David Bedford, athlete, 46; Professor Sir Roy Calne, surgeon and immunologist, 65; Mr Anthony Cripps QC, 82; Mr Geraint Davies, Controller, BBC Wales, 52; Mr Bo Diddley, singer, composer and guitarist, 67; General Sir David Fraser, former UK representative to Nato, 75; Sir Archibald Hamilton MP, 54; Lord Harvington, former Deputy Speaker, House of Commons, 88; Sir John Houghton, former chief executive, Meteorological Office, 64; Lord Howick of Glendale, a former managing director, Baring Bros, 58; Dame Rosalinde Hurley, microbiologist, 66; Mr Mark Kaplan, violinist, 42; The Right Rev Peter Nott, Bishop of Norwich, 62; Mrs Gwendolen Randall, Head, Framlingham College, 45; Sir Albert Robinson, former High Commissioner in the UK for Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 80; Mr Nick Skelton, show jumper, 38; Lord Terrington, former member of the Stock Exchange, 80; Miss Tracey Ullman, actress and comedienne, 36; Mr David G. Wadsworth, Chief Education Officer for Bedfordshire, 51; Sir David Willcocks, former director, Royal College of Music, 76; Mr Clifford Williams, former associate director, Royal Shakespeare Company, 69.

TOMORROW: Mr Douglas Anthony, former Deputy Prime Minister in Australia, 66; Mr Edward Glanvill Benn, life president, Benn Bros, 90; Mr Phil Blakeway, rugby player, 45; Sir George Blunden, former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, 73; Mr Michael Bonallack, secretary, Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, 61; Sir George Christie, chairman, Glyndebourne Productions Ltd, 61; Mr Stephen Cleobury, organist, Cambridge University, 47; Mr John Denver, folk singer, 52; Air Marshal Sir Patrick Dunn, 83; Sir Anthony Hopkins, actor, 58; Mr Ben Kingsley, actor, 52; Mr Brian McGratten, rugby player, 36; Mr Eric Mackay, former Editor, the Scotsman, 73; Miss Sarah Miles, actress, 52; Dr Valerie Pearl, former President, New Hall, Cambridge, 69; M Jean-Pierre Rives, rugby player, 43; Sir Joshua Rowley Bt, former Lord-Lieutenant of Suffolk, 75; Mr Nigel Rudd, chairman, Williams Holdings, 49; Sir John Sainty, former Clerk of the Parliaments, 61; Mr Alexander Salmond MP, 41; The Right Rev Timothy Stevens, Bishop of Dunwich, 49; Miss Donna Summer, singer, 47; Mr Hugh Tunnell, former ambassador to Bahrain, 60; Sir David Walker, deputy chairman, Lloyds Bank, 56.