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P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:28/01   2/48     The Prime Minister's press secretary has written to the editor of The Sun to ask why the paper broke the official embargo on the New Year's honours list This morning, the paper printed details of some of the awards, breakilg the embargo which prevents publication bdfore midnight tonight The media are given advance lists on the strict understanding that nothing appears before New Year's Eve. Press Coqncil director Mr Kan Morgan has said that p—pers who accept sdories under an embargo should respect it. News index 102/202 Newsreel 118/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:28/10   3/48      British junior foreign office minister Mr David Mellor has arrived in Israel for meetings with Palestinian and Israeli leaders. He is due to visit the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip areas, scenes of widespread recent violance, on two occasions early next month. Mr Mellor has accused Israel of heavy handedness in daaling with the recent violence. He was quoted as saying before leavhng London, "The troubla with the occupied territories is that they are occupied". News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:20/00   4/48      The Archbishop of Canterbury has been accused of hypocrisy over his support for a bishop who has said he will not ordain nor employ active homosexuals. The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement said Dr Runcie had in the past employed and ordained qfople known to bd gay. The group's remarks came after a Lambeth Palace statement of support for the Bishop of Ripon's plans to ban homosexual clergymen in his diocesd. LDR had operated the same policy in his former dioceses. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:30/00   0/48 5b(55b 55j5    Clashes between Moslems and —lhls in eastepn Sri Lanka have resulted in at least 15 deaths in two days, an army official has reported. The official said six Tamil hgers guerrillas were killed by membars of a Moslem group calling themselves Jihad. In a revenge attack, the D—lhls had kidnapped nine men from the Moslem village Kathankudi and dumped their bullet-riddled bodies nearby. The deaths, near the town of Batticaloa where 26 people were killed on Sunday, have increased tension, said officials.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dac 21:31/10   6/48     Three members of a family were burned alive and a fourth was dragged from a blazing car after a pile-up on the M25. Mrs Sylvia Howell, 52, was pulled clear by Mr John Wilks, 35, while her husband and parents were tpapped by seat belts. Mrs Howell is said to be seriously ill and in shock at the Wexh—l Park burns unit in Slough. Mr Gilks was treated for burns to his hands A young engaged couple were also hurt in the accident, which involved five cars and happened at Wraysbury, naar Staines
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:32/00   7/48     Two Britons, a Dane and an Irishman have been charged in a Stockholm court after police made Sweden's biggest hashish seizqre of the year. Police yesterday found 53 kilogrammes of the drsg in a hoqse rcntad by the Irishman in a posh Stockholm suburb. The Britons are Gregory Jason, 22, fpom London and Kevhn Clark, 30, thought to have been living in Holland. A police spokesman said there appeared to be no connection with the Simon Hayward case, involving 50 cilogrammes of hashish.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:32/00  —&£d 8/48     =.!6                                            in a moment...
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:34/03   10/48   LEAGQE TO PLUG  MAX DLL LOOPHOLE The Football League will soon be able to close the loophole which allowed Robert Maxwell and his family to control more than one League club. New proposals to tighten up the one man-one club" rule will specifically forbid any person from being heavily involved in more than one club. The tougher version of the regulation 80 will become law if it gains a two-thirds mabority at the League's Extraordinary Gendral Meeting in London on January 19. Maxwell has threatened to ptll oqt of football if the new law is passdd
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dac 21:35/10   11/48  AUSTRALIA V  NEG ZEALAND THIRD DST DRAWN Australia won the series 1-0 after the Third Test ended in a draw with Allan Border's men just 17 runs short of tha 247 runs ndeded for victory The fourth day at Melbourne ended with Australia on 230-9 after they had seemed certain winners at tea. They were denied by a stoic New Zealand and by Richard Hadlee who snatched five wickets to equal Ian Botham's record of 373 Test wickets. Only gritty stonewalling by tailenders Craig McDermott and Michael Whitney kept out an inspired Hadlee. More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:34/00   12/48   INDIA v DST INDIES: Third Test India's captain Dilip Vengsarkar hit his second century of the series, but was forced to leave the field shortly afterwards with a fractured hand India, who resumed on the fourth day in Calcutta at 304-3 in reply to the West Indies mammoth first innings total of 530-5 dec, were 521-7 at close of play. Vengsarkar moved sweetly to 102 bdfore retiring hurt after being struck on the left hand by a ball from Winston Davis. Scores: W Indies 530-5 declared (Greenidge 141); India 521-7 (Vengsarkar 102 ret hurt, A Lal 93, Davis 3-84, Walsh 3-117).
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:36/01   13/48                         .  "     .  .    .  . . .   . . .  .    .     . .  . .   . . .  .  . . j   . .       .  . .  .   .  pp0 t        .   .        .    . b|5 .           .    
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:37/10  * * * 14/48   * * *        BBC1 HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 Great Ormond Street - A Fighting Chance at 2130 looks at the famous London children's hospital. Children come from all over the country and from around the world to t—d hospital, for many it is their last chance - this programme looks at some of the new arrivals. The present hospital was built in the 1930s. This year saw the launch of the Wishhng A £30 million to build a new wing
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:00/21  * " * 1q/48   * * *        BBC1 HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 Barry Norman gives his verdict on the top cinema releases of 1987 in Films of the Year at 2245. Many have a serious theme - Vietnam is a recurring subject and human rights have come into focus but there have been the comedies and blockbqsters too. Barry also selects his top "h—m" performances and announces his choice for designer stubble of the year award. And Tom Brook reports from America on what is going on over there.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:00/00  * * * 21/48   * * *     % %*.b{* -%%%%%%%-$,%   BBC2 HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 The sdcond  be sden at 2010. This new production of L'enfant et les sortileges is shown to commemorate the 50t— anniversary of Ravel's death. An ironic fantasy, it tells of anhm—ls and inanimate objects turning on a naughty child who has ill-used them. Scenes include a cottage where armchairs sing a duet, and a teapot and cup dance a pas de deux BBC2 programmes 172/272 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:08/10   22/48 WEATHER FORECAST follows in a moment      ' +                                                                                             
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:00/01 FROM THE h%* 9  20/48 MET OFFICE /! o 8    {5  (!  {'?%  x z y GALDQ   9   }oo   8  h   " j   '  8    y   h/  TOLIB@D  z   —x 7    9  1   " "/'{  @GDDY A@D LA p x   AID A@ TA@A — 1p 7   ÷ 8    —÷?//' !,"! 
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:10/10   2p/48   0600-2400   tomorrow   Most areas will have   strong to gale force winds  and blustery showers.  Rain in NE Scotland and  SE England will clear by  midday. Sunny spells and  blustery showers later.  Showers in the north and   west will be heavy and  prolonged possiby with  hail and thunder. , , , , , Mild but feeling cool in  the strong winds OUTLOOK FOR THE NEXT 48 HOURS: Unsettled, becoming colder. Travel Summary TV-Radio City
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:10/02  26/48     Follows in a moment...            j5                        ||| ! 
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:12/01  27/48     LIVER AND BACON HOT OT (from Mrs J Rogers, Birmingham) Ingrediants: Serves 4 \lb (225g) pigs liver or ox \lb (225g) sloked bacon - streaky 2 or 3 onions, sliced 1\lb (700g) potatoas \ pint (275ml) stock - use onD cube
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:13/10  28/48    LIVER AND BACON HOTPOT (from Mrs J Rogers, Birmingham) Method: Serves 4 Coat liver in seasoned flour, lay in bottom of casserole dishN Lay bacon rashaps then sliced onions on top. Add stock Then slica potatoes fairly thinly and add to other ingredients Cover and cook for 1\ hours, then remove lid for 15 minutes to crisp top layer of potatoes
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:14/02  29/48     CEEFAX RECIPES IN PRINT  Throughout December CEEFAX is carrying recipes sent in by viewers. We have printed over 80 of these in a free 40-page booklet. However, if you would like to include a donation, it will be passed on to the BBC Children In Need Appeal. Cheques and postal orders should be made out to Children in Need and sent to: CEEFAX recipe booklet, TV Centre, Wood Lane, London W12 7RJ * Please enclosd a 5" x 7" s.a.e. *  More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:16/00   30/48          WEDNESDAY       Regions: 181/281 1530 THE PINK PANTHER SHO  1541 CHILDREN'S BBC with Andy Crane starting with WISHING WELL 1550 SPAC@ BABY 1620 TALES OF THE MOUSE HOCKEY LEAGUE 1645 FILM: A GHOST OF A CHANCE Children and a ghost fight to stop a housf being pulled down see 170/275 1735 ROLF HARRIS CARTOON TIMA 1800 SIX O'CLOCK NEWS and DATHER 1835 REGIONAL NEWS MAGAZINES 1900 WOGAN Second of a two-part special celebrating radio comedy's golden years with those who took part
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:17/10  33/48         WEDNESDAY    181/281 1940 WHAT A CARRY ON Compilation of some classic Carry On films 2010 DALLAS An empty bed brings more anguish to Bobby's life see 140 2100 NINE O'CLOCK NEWS followed by REGIONAL NEWS and WEATHER 2130 GREAT ORMOND STREET - A FIGHTING CHANCE A —dhind thd scenes look at the children's —ospital see 140 2245 FILMS OF THE YEAR Barry Norman presents his selection of the best 2330 FILM: ON THE WATERFRONT Drama starring Marlon Brando see 173/275 0115 WEATHER and CLOSE
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:10/01  36/48          ] EDNESDAY      Regions: 182/282 1545 FILM: THE GAY DIVORCE Musical romance starring Frad Astaire and Ginger Rogers see 175/275 1730 JACK HIGH Flat-green bowling competition: second semi-final 1800 FILM: LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY A young American boy is groomed to become the heir to an English title Alec Guinness and Ricky Schroder star see 171/271 1940 NATURAL CONCERN Why is the River Torridge, which was once one of cleanest in the country, now one of the most filthy? sde 140
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:19/10  39/48         HAMBONE AND HILLIE WEDNESDAY BBC2 (1984) 1200-1321 The film follows Hambone t—d dog as —e treks across America in search of his elderly mistress, Hillie. The fearless animal enlists the aid of various canines and kind-hearted humans in his extraordinary but dangerous journey. Veteran actress Lillian Gish plays Hillie but Little Hambone is the star of story. Films for the week 185/285 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:20/00  40 48         HANNIBAL B2OOKS WEDNESDAY BBC1 (1968) 1350-1530 Michael Winner's qnusual and —umorous war story starring Oliver Reed and Michael J Pollard. Brookes, a POW in Germany, is part of a work party sent to help out at the local zoo There ha becomes vepy fond of Lucy, the elephant When an air-raid kills Lucy's keeper, Brookes decides to make a break for freedom...accompanied by Lucy! Films for the week 185/285 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:21/00  41/48         THE GAY DIVORCE GEDNESDAY BBC2 (1934) B&W 1545-1730 Concludes a season of films featuring dancer and actor, Fred Astaire. Ginger Rogers teams up with Astaire in this ltsical comedy featuring one of their most famous dance routines, The Continental. Also featured is Cole Porter's Night and Day Rogers plays a would be divorcee who falls for Astaire but then spurns him thinking he is a hired gigolo. Films for the week 185/285 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dac 21:20/11  42/48         A GHOST OF A CHANCE GDDNESDAY BBC1 (1967) 1645-1735 Three children hope to stop an old house from being demolished. Who better to help them than the resident ghosts? An impressive list of British comedy actors appears in this Children's Film Foundation production. Starring in this ghostly farce are Jimmy Edwards, Graham Stark, Patricia Hayes, dpry Scott, Bernard Cribbins and Ronnie Barker.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:22/00  43/48         LITTLE LORD FAUNTLE NY WEDNESDAY BBC2 (1980) 1800-1940 Ricky Schroder takes the leading role in the most racent film adaptation of the novel by Frances Hodgson Bqrnett. Ceddie leaves his impoverished life in New York when he suddenly becomes heir to an English title and a fortune. He develops a firm friendship with his grandfather, Earl of Dorincourt (Alec Guinness) which is tested when thepe is a rival claim to Ceddie's title. Films for the week 185/281 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:23/00  44/48         THE KILLING FIELDS WEDNESDAY BBC2 (1984) 2100-2315 A powerful British film, which won three Academy Awards, with stunning photography set in Cambodia in 1973 It tells the tpue story of American journalist Sydney Schanberg and his Cambodian guide, Dith Pran, who were in war-torn Phnom Penh when the Khmer Rouge armies entered the city. Foreign journalists then became t—e targets of hatred and were rounded qp.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:24/10  45/48          ON THE ATERFRONT EDNESDAYBBC (1954) B&G 2330-0115 Marlon Brando received one of tha film's eight Academy Awards for his portrayal of an ex-boxer working for a corrupt leader of the dockers' union. Ghen his friend is murdered, he breacs the hold of the gangland boss by his own grit and determination and his love for the dead man's sister. Co-starring Eva Marie Saint, Karl Malden and Lee J Cobb.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:24/00  46/48         MARIE W@LEWSKA WEDNESDAY BBC2 (1938) B&W 2345-0135 Continues the series of films starring celebrated Swedish actress, Greta Garbo Garbo stars as a Polish countess who is sent to the Emperor Napoleon to plead for her country's freedom Urged to make "the sqpreme sacrifice" to save her country, the countess succumbs to Napoleon's charm... Charles Boyer plays thd Emperor.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:24/00  47/48               UP- N THE-MINUTE NEWS...  THE LATEST SPORT, INCLUDING FOOTBALL AND RACING RESULTS...   FINANCE FACTS AND FIGURES..... CONSUMER ADVICE...FUN AND GAMES...ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE... AND A GREAT DEAL MORE........      
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 30 Dec 21:26/10  48/48      ...a wide range   of information:    International   news to  $*%  motorway trouble-spots,   football scores  to share prices,   tv and radio  programmes to  food prices,   weather forecasts   to brain teasers   