Queen's Birthday Honours

June 21, 1996

LIFE PEERS. BARONESS. Dame June Kathleen Lloyd, DBE, Nuffield professor of child health, British Postgraduate Medical Federation, London University, 1985 to 1992; now emeritus professor.


Michael Victor Berry, FRS, Royal Society research professor, University of Bristol, for services to physics.

David Paul Brandes Goldberg, director of research and development, Institute of Psychiatry, for services to medicine.

George Henry Martin, CBE, for services to the recording industry;Peter John Morris, FRS, Nuffield professor of surgery, chairman of surgery and director, Oxford Transplantation Centre, University of Oxford, for services to medicine.

John James Skehel, FRS, director, National Institute for Medical Research, for services to science; Trevor Arthur Smith, for services to higher education.



Valerie June Bayliss, formerly Grade 3, Department for Education and Employment.



Michael Douglas McWilliam, director, School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, for services to higher education.


David Christopher Kelly, deputy chief scientific officer, Ministry of Defence.



Thomas Andrew Shebbeare, executive director, the Prince's Trust.


Cecil William Lavery Graham, OBE, former vice-chairman of the board, the Prince's Trust.



Fiona Caldicott, chairman, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and president, the Royal College of Psychiatrists, for services to medicine.


Alexander Boksenberg, FRS, former director, the Royal Observatories, for services to astronomy.

Peter John Bell Clarricoats, FRS, head, department of electronic engineering, Queen Mary and Westfield College, for services to the Ministry of Defence.

Julia Charity Cleverdon, (Mrs Garnett) chief executive, Business in the Community, for services to training and to equal opportunities.

Patrick Laurence Combes, former professional and technology director Grade A, Ministry of Defence.

Peter John Cook, director, British Geological Survey, for scientific services to industry.

Evelyn Algernon Valentine Ebsworth, vice chancellor and warden, University of Durham, for services to higher education.

Andrew Elkington, president, Royal College of Ophthalmologists, for services to medicine.

Lawrence David Freedman, professor of war studies, King's College, London, for services to defence studies.

Frank Harris, dean and professor of paediatrics, University of Leicester Medical School, for services to medicine.

Judith Ann Kathleen Howard, foundation professor of structural and materials chemistry, University of Durham, for services to science.

Leslie Howell, chairman, Merseyside Training and Enterprise Council, for services to training.

Ian Isherwood, for services to radiology.

Kenneth James Ives, emeritus professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University College, London, for services to the environment.

Donald Frederick Leach, principal, Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, for services to education.

James Geoffrey Parker, chairman, Teacher Training Agency, for services to education.

Deanna Sheila Petherbridge, professor of drawing, Royal College of Art, for services to draughtsmanship.

James Colquhoun Petrie, professor of pharmacology and head, department of medicine and therapeutics, University of Aberdeen and co-director, Health Services Research Unit, Aberdeen, for services to medicine.

David Ernest Plowright for services to broadcasting.

Arthur Leolin Price, QC, for services to the Institute of Child Health.

David Brookhouse Price, former Grade 4, Department for Education and Employment.

Marjorie Ethel Reeves, honorary fellow, St Anne's and St Hugh's Colleges, Oxford, for services to history.

John Michael Smethurst, former deputy chief executive, the British Library.

John William Sorrell, chairman, Design Council, for services to industrial design.

David George Vaisey, for services to the Bodleian Library, Oxford.

David James Wallace, FRS, for services to parallel computing.


Ian Douglas Aitken, director, Moredun Research Institute, for services to agricultural science.

John Ardley, former deputy controller of plant variety rights, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

Howard Baderman, consultant in charge, accident and emergencies, University College Hospital, London, for services to medicine.

Trevor John Bayley, for services to medical education.

Jennifer Ruth Pryse Boore, for services to nursing.

Antonia Janette Bunch, former director, Scottish Science Library, National Library of Scotland.

John Edward Cooper, Grade 7, Department for Education and Employment.

Joy Carol Cross, Grade 7, Department for Education and Employment.

Margaret Wilmett Davey, for services to continuing education and training in the London Borough of Croydon.

Peter Roger Davies, for services to education.

Caroline Elizabeth Anne Dudley, director, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, for services to museums and galleries.

John Davies Evans, former chairman, treasure trove reviewing committee, for services to archaeology.

George Allison Gill, HM inspector, Office for Standards in Education.

The Rev George Gordon Graham, for services to botany.

Anita Mary Clarke Higham, principal of Banbury School, Oxfordshire and director, Heart of England Training and Enterprise Council, for services to education and training.

Ronald Peter Kirby, director of public affairs, the Engineering Council, for services to engineering.

Cyril Mervyn Lewis, principal and chief executive, Swansea College, for services to further education in Wales.

John David Alexander McWilliam, deputy vice chancellor, University of Greenwich, for services to education.

Hugh Graham Miller, head, Department of Forestry, University of Aberdeen, for services to forestry.

James Alfred Powell, director, Graduate School, University of Salford, for services to science and to engineering education.

Grahame Hughes Rees, former group leader, theory and future projects, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, for services to particle acceleration theory.

Margaret Jane Rees, principal, Coventry Technical College, for services to further education.

Michael Lawrence Somers, for services to the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences and to sonar surveying.

Barbara Vaughan, chair, Scottish Community Education Council and team leader of public administration, leisure and tourism, Angus College, for services to education.

Anthony Wilfred Wilshaw, Grade 7, Department for Education and Employment.


Shireen Akbar, head of adult and community education, Victoria and Albert Museum. Judith Margaret Bell,honorary fellow, University of Sheffield, for services to education research. Jennifer Margaret Bone, Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of the West of England, Bristol, for services to higher education. Margaret Ann Brown, for services to the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge. Michael David Clack, principal lecturer, School of Music, Colchester Institute, Essex, for services to music education. Sandra Dale, PB8, Department for Education and Employment. Valerie Lyn Doodson, higher scientific officer, Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, for services to science. Maureen Jane Dupuch, for services to the Institute of Arable Crops Research. Michael Forsyth, former higher executive officer, Department for Education and Employment. Frances Margaret Herd, refectory manageress, Elmwood College, Cupar, Fife, for services to education. David Bryan Laycock, director, Computer Centre for People with Disabilities, for services to Education and to disabled people. Peter James Little, senior executive officer, Department for Education and Employment. Margaret Lowther, MPB5, Department for Education and Employment. Thomas McFarlane, for services to higher Education. Margaret McVity, senior lecturer and equal opportunities officer (disability), Huddersfield Technical College, for services to further education and to disabled people. Maria Antonina Miloszewska, former higher executive officer, Department for Education and Employment. Linda Reading, PB8, Department for Education and Employment. Pearl Marie Sperring, former PB8, Department for Education and Employment. Alan Toogood, personnel manager, Lucas Automotive, for services to engineering education and training. James Tough, senior caretaker, Angus College, Arbroath, for services to education.

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