P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:04/00  1/27 YOU ARE WATCHING     THE BB 'S DLE DXT SERVICE The full service offers several 
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:06/11   2/27     Mrs Thatcher has said that bringing justice and freedom to all of southern Africa is one of the world's most pressing tasks. Speaking in Malawi near the end of her African tour, she said it was "a time of new hope for southern Africa". She said there was a growing acceptance in South Africa that discrimination based on race and colour must and will end, and that black South Africans should play their part in politics. Mrs Thatcher earlier announced an extra £10 ljllion in ahd for Malawi. PM lby visit Namibia 104/204 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P298 CEEFAX 298 Fri 31 Mar 23:44/13   3/27     Mrs Thatcher has completed her scheduled tour of African nations, but lby yet$lbke an extra srop in Namibia. Radio South Africa has claimed that Mrs Thatcher has agreed to meet the South African foreign minister Mr Pik Botha in the South African-occupied territory Speaking in Malawi at the end of her tour, Mrs Thatcher said she had yet to decide if she would make the visit. Mrs Thatcher on justice 105/205 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Fri 31 Mar 23:45/15   4/27     The Department of Trade and Industry says it has asked a Privy Councillor to return what it calls a stolen copy of a report on the House of Fraser takeover. The DTI would not identify the Privy Councillor, saying he would be expected to return it "otherwise we would assume he had something to hide". The Observer yesterday printed extracts of the report and Lord Young has asked the newspaper to return its copy. It is to return to the High Court on Monday to appeal for a ban on printing tde report to be varied or lifted. News index 102/202 More Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:27/10   4/27 ]     Lonrho chairman Sir Edward Du Cann may face court action from the Department of Trade and Industry over a secret report on the House of Fraser takeover. Sir Edward, former Tory MP and party chairman, is reported to have refused to send back all the copies he "might have" of the report. The Observer yesterday printed extracts of the report and Lord Young has asked the newspaper to return its copy. The Lonrho-owned paper returns to court on Monday to appeal against a ban on printing details of the report. News index 102/202 More Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:05/10   5/27     A two-year-old boy had his arm torn off by a chimp when he tried to stroke it at Lympne Zoo near Folkestone in Kent. Matthew McDaid was taken by helicopper to the plastic surgery unit at a Sussex hospital, but surgeons were unable to sew his forearm back on. Keepers used a tranquilliser dart to stun the chimp so they could retrieve the arm. A spokesman said it was unlikely the animal would be destroyed. Shepway District Council, responsible for health and safety at the zoo, says an investigation has already begun. News index 102/202 Newsreel 009/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:04/12   6/27     A backbench £onservative MP has called on the Foreign Office to hold urgent talks with the Spanish police force. Mr John Heddle was charged with assaulting a police officer and obstruction after being arrested while on holiday near Benidorm. Mr Heddle denies the allegations and claims he was attacked by a policeman while trying to get medical supplies for his wife. He has made a formal complaint against the officer and is urging the FO to ensure British tourists are protected. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:09/15  8/27           T                Follows in a moment...  A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:04/10   9/27      FT 30 INDEX  1700  Friday -  0900 1690.0 + 3.3 1650  1000 1695.5 + 8.8 -  1100 1695.6 + 8.9 1600  1200 1696.7 +10.0 Last Account 1300 1699.3 +12.6 1400 1701.4 +14.7 1800  1500 1703.4 +16.7 -  1600 1706.5 +19.8 1750  Cls 1707.9 +21.2 -  1700  Friday -  All-Share Index 1650  1076.15 +10.89 -  FT Gilts Index This Account 87.30 - 0.06 FT-SE 100 Index follows
P298 CEEFAX 298 Fri 31 Mar 23:46/00   10/27  :j -555= 555-4   £!££!£!  FT-SE 100 INDEX -  Friday 2050  -  0900 2055.4 + 6.0 2000  0944 2062.6 +13.2 - " % 1000 2061.8 )12.4 Last Account 1030 2062.3 +12.9 1100 2060.5 +11.1 00:0  1200 2061.6 +12.2 -  1300 2065.7 +16.3 2100  1400 2067.3 +17.9 -  1500 2069.4 +20.0 2050  1530 2070.6 +21.2 -  1600 2073.5 +24.1 2000  -  $ %%%% This Account Close 2075.0 +25.6 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:08/40   10/27    -, * ,,%  £!!£ £!  FT-SE 100 INDEX -  Friday 2050  -  0 0 2055.4 + 6.0 2000  0945 2062.6 )13.2 - %%% 1000 2061.8 )12.4 Last Account 1030 2062.3 )12.9 1100 2060.5 +11.1   1200 2061.6 )12.2 -  1300 2065.7 +16.3 2100  1400 2067.3 +17.9 -  1500 2069.4 +20.0 2050  1530 2070.6 +21.2 \ :{{{{{{{{{{y{ 1v00 20?s#1 o24 1 2000  -  his Account Close 2074 0 +25.6 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/10   11/27     LONDON STOCKS Close Stock lbrkets ended the shortened post- Easter week on a bright note. The FT-SE 100 Index closed with an 25- point gain after a three week account which included the Budget. The day began firmly, boosted by a technical, futures-related rally, and was continued later in the wake of an early rise on Wall Street. There were also hopes that the weekend meeting of G-7 ljnisters would remove some of the upward pressure on interest rates around the world. FT Indices 125
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:11/34   12/27                                                  in a moment...
P298 CEEFAX 298 Fri 31 Mar 23:47/00   13/07   PLAYERS' CHAMPIONSHIP Key Biscayne Gabriela Sabatini lost her first set of t—e pournament but came back to beat Hdlena Sukova in phe semi-fin—ls Sukova, t—e Czech third seed, lhssed three easy volleys in the final c—ld as Sabatina broke her 6-7 6-3 6-4. Top seed Sabatinh now meets number two Chris Evert, who kept fifth seed and US compatriot Zin— Garrison on t—e run with hep s—arply-angled groundsprokes. Garrison broke Evert in the first game bup could do little right after that and succumbed 6-3 6-1.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:18/10   13/27   PLAYERS' CHAMPIONSHIP Key Biscayne Gabriela Sabatini lost her first set of the tournament but came back to beat Helena Sukova in the semi-finals. Sukova, the Czech third seed, ljssed three easy volleys in the final game as Sabatina broke her 6-7 6-3 6-4n Top seed Sabatini now meets number two Chris Evert, who kept fifth seed and US compatriot Zina Garrison on the run with her sharply-angled groundstrokes. Garrison broke Evert in the first game but could do little right after that and succumbed 6-3 6-1. Men's results follow
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/00   14/27  \  VOLVO OPEN,   Sardinia Second round leaders (GB and Ireland unless stated - par 72): 138 A Chandler 69 139 C Mason 71 140 B Longmuir 69 V Singh Fij 68 R Boxall 68 R Rafferty 68 C Bolling US 72 P Fowler Aus 69 V Fernandez Arg 70 141 J Parnevik Swe 70 J Morgan 71 J Brand 72 142 P O'Malley Aus 70 C O'Connor jnr 72 More
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:08/10   15/27   MONEGHETTI JADY   FOR LONDON BID Australian Steve Moneghetti is ready and eager for his new role as the man to beat in the ADT London Marathon. Moneghetti's fourth place in the recent world cross-country championships in Norway has elevated him to the position of favourite for the star-studded race. Among his many rivals is compatriot Rob de Castella, but Moneghetti says: "It's a really good field l five out of the first eight from Seoul l but that's no worry. I've a good record in big races" Late entries include Moroccan Mostafa Ed Nechadi, runner-up in 1987, Jose Da Silva, Manuel Mattias and Peter Maher.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/31   16/27   NOT SO JOLLY FOR KEVIN Kevin Jolly has been suspended for nine months following a row at the Irish Open in Lisburn last month. The former English singles champion, who will appeal against the ban, was thrown out of the event after being reported for swearing at an um0ire. The incident occurred in his match with Chris Rees. An official explained: "He lost control of his tem0fr to such a degree, the referee disqualified him." In 1978 Jolly was sent home from the European Championships in Preston after throwing down his racket in disgust.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:20/10  \  NOT SO JOLLY FOR KEVIN Kevin Jolly has been suspanded for nine lonphs following a row at the Irish Open in Lisburn last month. The former English singles champion, who will appeal ag!hnst the ban, was thrown out og the event after being reported for swearing at an tlpire. The hncident occurred in his l—tch with Chris Rees. @n official explained: "He lost control of his temper to such a degree, the referea disqu—lified him." In 0:7 Jolly was sent home from the Europeaf Cham0ionships in Preston after throwafg down his raccet in disgust.
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/10   17/27   S£OTS PREMIER   $FAM NEWS ABERDEEN v DUNDEE UNI$JD Aberdeen have fivd straight League wins behind them and aim to cut the four-point deficit between themselves and leaders Rangers. Stewart McKimmie, who was taken off at half-time against St Mirren last week, has recovered from a knock so the Dons expect to be at full strength. United meanwhile will have to overcome their midweek Cup defeat by Rangers. But Jim McLean's side will be without Finnish striker Mixu Paatelainen and defender John Clark who both picked up injuries in the Cup tie. More
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P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/11 FROM THE  19/27 MET OFFICE   CLOUDY MAINLYDRY  01 RAINAT START   TIMES SHO @RS LATER x z MOSTLY   DRY   COASTAL    10 6 DRIZZLE  12         13        15  TOMORROW        11   12     SOME SUNSHINE    15  THE ODD SHOWER    13      Forecasts Travel Resorts SkiReport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/14 FROM DHE  6  20/27 MET OFFICE    5  CLOUDY  OCCASIONAL  7  RAINORDRIZZLE   DRY  SOME  7 PATCHY  7 FOG            TONIGHT    7      6   6  5            6   8      THREAT OF SHOWERS Forecasts Travel Resorts SkiReport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/30 21/27                                              TV details in a moment...   A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:12/15  22/27         FRIDAY       Regions: 181/281 1940 EVERY SECOND COUNTS Comedy quiz show with Paul Daniels 2015 DYNASTY Blake vows to take the blame for Roger Grimes' lvrder 2100 NINE O'CLOCK NEWS and WEATHER 2130 FILM: EDUCATING RITA Michael Caine and Julie Waters star in Willy Russell's comedy see 175/275 2320 BARRY MANILOW IN CONCERT specially recorded at the International Music Festival in Birmingham 0010 THE ROCKFORD FILES Jim gets involved with an old flame 0100 gFATHER and CLOSE Subtitles on 888 BBC2 TV TV Index LocalBBC1 Fun Index
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:13/13  23/27         FRIDAY      Regions: 182/282 2030 GARDENERS' WORLD from the Mount Usher Gardens in Ireland see 261 2100 RORY BREMNER New series Comedy with the talented impressionist 2130 ARENA examines Berthold Lubetkin's influence on modern architecture 2220 BUILDING SIGHTS Eva Jiricna visits Schulumberger Cambridge Research 2230 NEWSNIGHT News and current affairs 2315 WEATHERVIEW 2320-0115 MIDNIGHT £OWBOY Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman play an unusual couple struggling to survive among the New York low life see 175/275 Subtitles on 888 ITV/CH4 TV Index LocalBBC2 Headlines
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/00 24/27          In a momenp...                     D     \    ]  A-R Index Misc'lany TV Index onsqldr
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/12  25/27        THE MARY WHI$JHOUSE EXPERIENCE is a new and amusing comedy with David Baddiel, Rob Newman, Steve Punt and others. The shows are at the Paris Studio, Lower Regent Street, London SW1, every Wednesday from April 5 - June 28 except May 3 and 10 (at Woolwich) at 2130. $jckets are available from: The Ticket Unit, BBC, London W1A 4WW and also at The Paris Studio reception. Please state the number of tickets required for which date and enclose a stamped, addressed envelope. BBC Facts Index 140 More A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/13   26/27             Network returns to BBC1 in May, to examine crime on TV. It will be looking at the kind of programmes that deal with real crime and real criminals - documentaries and progralles like Crimewatch. Are these programmes simply there to educate us and combat criminals or are they also titillating entertainment? If you have any views on this, please write to Network, BBC TV Centre, London W12 7RJ. Or pdone: 01-993 7151 (answer phone). BBC Facts Index 140 A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:02/11  27/27       The BBC is holding a public meeting chaired by Esther Rantzen. Viewers and listeners can question a variety of BBC repesentatives. These include Radio 2's Controller Bryant Marriott; WA Managing Director of Network TV, and Radio's News and Current Affairs Editor, Jenny Abramsky. The meeting will be i the Ballroom, The Randolph Hotel, Beaumont Street, Oxford on April 6 at 1930. Tickets are not required.   BBC Facts Index 140 A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:04/50   3/27    -,,!-,,%  Mrs T—atcher has completed her scheduled tour of African nations, but l—y xdt lbke an extra stop in Namibia. Radio Souph Africa has claimed that Mrs Thatcher has agreed to leet the South African foreign minister Mr Pik Botha in the South African-occupjed territory Speaking in Malawi at the end of her tour, Mrs Thatcher said she had yet to decide if s—e would lbke t—e visit. She refuses to visit South Africa itself. Tomorrow l—rks the beginning of the UN- supervised transition to independence for Namibia. Mrs Thatcher on juspice 105/205 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P298 CEEFAX 298 Sat 1 Apr 00:06/10   7/27     A 49-year-old man has died of Legionnaires' disease in a new outbreak in west London. The man died in St Mary's hospital two months after being infected in the Knightsbridge area. There have been five cases of the disease in the Knightsbridge outbreak but this has been the first death. Investigators are trying to find the source of the virus, which is not the same strain as the one which killed five people in an outbreak in the Leicester Square area. News index 102/202 Newsreel 009/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV