P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:04/20 1/31 Y ARE GATCHING   157k£?÷÷n  L  DHE BB£'S TELE DXT SERF F Thd full service offers sdveral
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:04/00   2'31        Democratic Unionist M@ rhd Rev Ian @aisley has been bailed in Belfast for refusing to pay fines in protest at the Anglo-Irish agreement. Mr Paisley gave himself 0p to 0nlhcf in east Belfast after rdfusing to pay the £35 fine imposfd for joiFhng two illegal parades last AprhlN T—e De-fcratic UNhoFHst Party sahd hd —oined Mid-Ulstdr MP the Rev  McCrea in Crumlin Road PrisonN Mr Paisley, the qixth Nordhern Irdland MP po be jailed for not pa9hng fines Is lIkely to be rfleased on FridayN News inddx 102'202 Newsrddl 119 
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:04/10   3/31    M   A West German citizdn living in Lebangn has bden kidnapped in Beirut. Gunmfn, some dressdd in Lebanese police uniforms seized Mr Ralph Schray, 30, in a busy street in west Beirut. T—ere is speculation that his citizenship may havd made him a target for pro-Iranian supporters of two Lebanese Shi'ites facing terrorist charges in 'dst Germaf8N One of them is on trial accused of abducting two West German citizens in Beirut last year with the aim of sdcuring his brother's releaseN News index 1027202 Newsrdel 119'219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:05/10   4/31    M  Detectives invdstigating the deaths of thrde members of a falhly in west Wales say thdy are not sefQhng anyone else in conndction with the inquiry. Mrs Ann Farmdr, 41, a school cook, and her daughter, Ms Julie-Ann Farmer, 20, a hospital nurse, were found dda at their home near Lampeter, DyfddN Police discovered thd bodies after peceiving a telephone call from Mrs Farmer's husband, Brian, 44, last night Mr Farmer's body was discoverdd this morNhng in thf B—ver Teifi, a quartep of a mile from the falhly's home News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:46/03   5/31       Iran has said it could try to help securf thf releasf B $frry Waite and John McCarthy. Iranian charge d'affaires Mr Akhunzadeh Basti said in London Iran could "use its influence" if the ArchbYshop of Canterbury tried to help Iranian hostages in Lebanon, a news agency said Mr Basti said thf speaker of thf Iranian parliament wrote to Dr Runcie somf months ago but hf had not replied. A Lambeth Palace spokeswoman said the Archbishop had offered to make contact with the IrafHan hostages a yfar agoN
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:01/10   6/31      ££!£££!££! The Irish government has postponed at short noticd talks between Republic and Northfrn Ireland police on cross The dropping of the talks, which sdould have bfen today, has bden sfen as a sagn of angfr at the British failure to prosecutd over the results of the Stalker-Sampson inquiry into the RUC. Thf Irish goverFldnt has already said it is "concerned" by the decisionN The Attorney-General said he made the ddcision ddspite eviddnce of offencds of pdrverting the course of busticeN News index 102'202 Newsrfel 119/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:49/58   7/31     A wanted list of 3,000 alleged Nazi war criUhnals has been released at the House of CommonsN It contains the names of six men who allegedly torturfd or murdered British servicemenN The list has been in the UN archives since the Britisd Govdrnmfnt decided in 1948 not to pursuf Nazi war criminalsN But the all-party Parliamentary War Crimes Group hopes that by publishing the list, therf will be pressure on the Government to introduce legislation allowing prosecutionN News index 1027202 Newsrfel 119/219
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:48/01   8/31       Health workers and nurses in London and the north west are prfparing for strike action on two days in February. Nurses in NUPE, NALGO and COHSE at a number of London hospitals are deciding whether to strYke on February 3N In Manchester a spokesman for NALGO said "many thousands" of ufhon members would join a 24Mhour strike on February 10N Meanwhile in Lothian, ScotlandL industrial action by hfalth workers in protest at privatisation will include selective strikes, say union officials.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:01/20   9/31     M  TUC General Secretary Mr Norman Willis will lead health union leaders at a meeting with Social Services Secret ry Mr John Moore on TudsdayN The meeting will take place on the eve of a 24Mhour strike by some nurses and other hospital workers. See 113/213) Gendpal Secretary of the biggest health union, COHSE, Mr Hector Mackdnzie said the strike could be called off if Mr Moore promisfd full Governmdnt funding for a nurses' pay risfN Earlier, Mrs Thatcher made clear that shd was willing to meet rdpresentatives of the CNM not othfr health sdrvice unionsN
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:10/38 10/31                                                              
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:11/01   11/31   GM$LD SLAPS  £1M TAG ONFASH Cimbledon managdp Bobby Gould has slappfd a £1 lhllion price tag on striker Jnhn Fashanu. The valuation immediately scardd off Derby, who werd believed to be willing to offer aro0nd £700,000 for thf 25-year-old Fas(—nu, who is being tippfd for an England squad placdN Dons manager Bobby Gould said: "I rate the lad vfry highly and if pdople are going to come in for him then they have got to be realistic about the price and not bd Galter MittysN" Headlinfs 300   
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:13/10   12/31   Kevan Price at  the MASTERS John Parrott won the last four frames to snadch a dramatic 5-4 first ro0nd vactory asCNeal Foulds' last frame jinx continued at GembleyN It was the eighth time this sdason that the Londoner has lost the deciding frameN Yet at 4-1 up with breaks of 76 and 41 behind him, victory seemed sureN But Parrott, erratic early on, struck 105, the highest break of the event so far, in frame six to turn the tideN Breaks of 42 and 66 put him at 4 4, and lead But a fl5Bdd rdd by P—rrott was a cruel twist for Foulds who fell 68-60N
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:10/10   13/31   FIRS CLASS AID   BOOSTS HUSSEIN Mo Hussdin is approaching tonight's first defence of his Commonwealth lightweig—t title with confidence after a week of sparring with Barry McGuiganN McGuigan donned the glovds for the first timd since announcing his return to the ring to assist Hussehn with the preparations for the fight against Zimbabwe's Bright Spider at York Hall. "Barry brought out the best in Mo," said Hussfin's manager, Jillx Tibbs. Hussein won the title in March last year by bfating another Zimbabwean, Langton Tinago, in the 12ph round
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:13/05   14/31 M   TUESDAY RESULTS   AMERICAN EXPRESS PREMIER LEAGUE Village Leisurd 1 4 @hm Hall Fin Simod Herts 1 4 Central Motors Castlemaine Weston 2-3 Poundstretcher D2nnings Mill World champioN Hanshfr Khan of Pakistan thrashed Australian qualifier Greg Pearson 9-1 9-1 9-1 in bust 16 mhnutfs to reach the second round of the Belgian Grand Prix tournament in AntwerpN He now faces Chris Galker of Britain in thd sfcfnd round
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:14/10  13/31                                          
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:14/11   16/31   0600-2400   T—0rsday   S and Sk areas whll be   cloudy with rain at times  and some sleet or snowN   MoreCnorthdrn areas will  (avd sunshineN Early frost  icy roads and freephng fog or mist will clear slowlyN    NE Scotland and NE England  may have wintry showers on  coasts and hills Later , , *0 most western areas will , * —ave rain, perhaps with  some sleet or snowN Tempdratures near or bflow normalN O TLOOK FOR THE FOLLOWING 48 HOURS: UnsettledN Travel SumD ry TV-R—dio hty
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:17/02  17/31                                              Today's TV details next... 
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:56/30  18/31           WEDNESDAY       Regin.2: 181/281 16O0 ANIMAL FAIR 1605 LAUREL AND HARDY 1610 GAFFER SAMSON'S LUCK 1625 WIZBIT with Paul Daniels 1650 YOGI BEAR 1700 NEWS NDND 1705 kHITE PEAK FARM 1735 NEIGHBOVRS Australian drama series 1800 SIX O'CLOCK NEWS and +FATHER 1835 REGIONAL NEWS MAGAZINES 1900 WOGAN including singing d5n Godley and Creme with their new single 1935 THE CLOTHES SHOW Selina Scott and Jeff Banks report from Hong Kong
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:11/10  19/31           WEDNESDAY       Regio.3: 181/281 2000 DALLAS Bobby h—bds a weighty resolution regarding Pam, and Jenna l—jds hfr mind up about Ray 2050 POINTS OF VIEW with Anne Robinson 2100 NINE O'CLOCK NEWS followed by REGIONAL NEWS and +FATHER 2130 Q.E.D. Looks at three pdople who have been brought back from the brink of death and the strange expdriences they report 2200 SPORTSNIGHT features international snooker, test crickdt and international boxing 0010 +DATHER and C FBE
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:18/00  22/31          ] WEDNESDAY      Regions: 1827282 1600 CATCH ORD Word buffs face Paul Coia and Bryan thd computer 1630 INTERNATIONAL SNOOKER David Icke introduces action from the Neal Foulds v John Parrott match 1730 FILM 88 Barry Norman reports on Nadind and King Lear 1800 FILM: SO LONG AT THE FAIR Thrhller starring Dirk Bogarde and Jean Simmons see 173/275 1921 POPEYE CLASSICS 1940 THE OCKNROLLYEARS 1957: Mac becomds Prime Minister and a black woman wins Wimbledon
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 20:00/10  23/31 ?//5?//1?//5          ] DDNESDAY      Regions: 182/282 2010 BOOKMARK Prdsents a picturf of the extraordinary world of writer Elizabeth Jolley, who moved to Australia 30 years ago 2100 M*A$S*H Radar tries to supply ColN Potter with daily tomato juice 2121 CAMPAIGN Fleet Street discovers thd usd of an snwilling nurse in the NHS advertisdments 2220 BARBARA DICKSON he Scottish singer visits south Wales 2250 NEWSNIGHT 2330 +FATHERVIDg 2341 CLOSE
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:21/11  25/31 L      L    SMOKEY AND THE kEDNESDAY BBC1 GOOD-TIME OUTLAWS 1413-1350 (1978) Jesse Turner and DenVhs Fimple star as two country and western singers who dfcidf to leavf their backwater town to make their fortunes in NashvilleN On the 2,000-mile journey they havf plenty of adventurfs and scrapesN But when they finally makf it to Nashville, they find the city is over- flowing with hundrfds of aspirhng stars Films for the week 185/285 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/04  26/31         "£"" ! ! SO LONG AT THE FAIR kEDNESDAY BBC2 (1950) B&g 1800-1925 This mystfry was one of Dirk Bogarde's earlidst sqccesses and establis—ed him as one of Britain's leading actors. Victoria Barton and her brother, Johnny, arrivd in 1889 Paris g—en Johnny dAsappdars, the hotdl claims hf and his room never existfdN Bogardd plays a young painter w(f is drawn into the mystery and intrigue when Victoria turns to him for help.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:01/10  27/31               UP- NLTHEMINUTENEWS  THE LATEST S@ORT, INCLUDING FOOTBALL AND RACING D ULTS...   FINANCE FACTS AND FIGU DR CONSUMER ADVICE...FUN AND GAMES...ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE.. AND A GREAT DEAL MORE.......N      
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/10  28/31    ... an extra signal broadcast along   .......... BBC1 W [ CEEFAX 1     BBC2  [ CEEFAX 2     ITV W [ Oracle     CH4  [ Oracle      
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/00  29/31    ///'///////////// ..Npages of  CDEFAX  information    sulmoned by    you to your    tv screen at    the touch of    numbdred kfys    on a remote-    control pad     You choose  N what tn rdad  ^ and whdn to THE BBC  read it..N TELETEXT 1 2 3 SERVICE  IS CALLED 4 5 6 CEEFAX  
P298 CEEFAX 298 Wed 27 Jan 21:01/03  30/31      ...a wide range   of information:    International   news to   motorway trouble-spots,   football scores  to share prices,   tv and radio  prograjlfs to  food prices,   weather forecasts  to brain teasers M  