P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:23/00  9/15 F OM CEEFAX  FIFTY YEARS ON by LEANNE CO'FN, 13, from Glasgow No 63277 It's 50 years since World War Two in Europe ended... "The sound of air-raid sirens and bombsN Watching loved ones go off to fight, maybe never to retyrnN Children being evacuated and the  millions of innocent people massacred in concentration campsN  On May 8 it will be a national holiday to mark 50 years since the end of WW2. It's important that all the suffering is not forgotten."  Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:33/42  10/15 FROM CEEFAX  FANATICAL FANS by JESSICA FLOUNDERS aged 14 from Derbyshire No 84394 Jdssica points out the dangers that pop stars havd to deal with..N "Most people have a favourite band or singer whether it's Boyzone, Bon Jovi or the Beatles The majority are happy buyhng records and going to concerts But a few are obsessedN Take That's Robbie Williams and his mum are now moving becausf fans are invading their privacyN Can these people really be called fans?" N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:32/00  11/15 FROM CEEFAX  REPORT ON JOURNALISTS by MATTHEW GARRETT No 8588 Matthew asks how far journalists should be allowed to go.. "Some people think that journalists have been hounding the public and celebrities for stories that aren't worth reporting to everyone On occasions they have been too personal but if a journalist isn't near to the story he can't relay any information to the publicN Think about how sketchy the reports on Chechnya would be if journalists and film crews hadn't witnessed it" N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:34/11  12/15 FROM CEEFAX  ELDERLY PEOPLE by LOUISE HIGGINBOTTOM, Manchester No 102340 Louise wonders whether old pfople always set the right example... "I was in a bus queue the other week when a young boy passed me because he had a 'clipper card'. A group of elderly people let out a sigh of disapprovalN One of them said the usual about young people being vandals and disrespectfulN Another hit the boy across the headN Some exampleN It really annoys me when THE ELDERLY think they have the right to push in." N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:35/12  13/15 FROM CEEFAX  FAMILY VIE'JNG by AMY HUTCHINSON 14, from North Shields No 105247 Amy examines the issue of what should be shown on TV before 9pm... "Before 9pm the whole f!ltly should be able to watch TV programmes in ease and not in embarassment I think it is wrong for small children to watch TV after 9pmN Most of the programmes are probably too mature for children to watchN My parents share my opinion for when I was younger I was always in bed before 9pm." N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/14  14/15 FROM CEEFAX  BELT UP by SHAUNA JAMSON from Downpatrics No 105534 Shauna warns about the importance of wearing a seatbelt..N "Seat belts are not taken seriously enough by children and adultsN Recently I was involved in a car accident and can now appreciate the value of wearing a seat beltN Many children can be seen standing between the passenger and driver's seat when the car is movingN If the driver had to brake suddenly that child could be killed." N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/01  15/15 FROM CEEFAX  EGYPTIAN BIRD by CHRISTOPHER LACEY No 96045 Christopher reports on an Egyptian bird living in Maidstone... "Maidstone has now got a sacred Egyptian bird living on a greenN It has been living there for over a monthN It was thought that it might have escapdd from a wildlife pars but trying to trace the owner failedN There have been attempts to catch it but they've failed Meanwhile the locals have been feeding the bird with seed and fish fingers." N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:10/01  1/15   FR L CEEFAX  READ YOUR PRESS PACK REPORT HERE Standby for more of |our reports..N APPROX PAGE NAMES TIME 2-7 ANISHA to COOK NEXT 9-15 CO'FN to LACEY 2 mins Press HOLD to keep a page on screen Please go to page 179 for reports M-Z N Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:21/10  6 15 FROM CEEFAX  THE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE by JENNIFER CONSTANTINE, Sutton oldfield 29701 j Mfnnifer relates the tragedy of Japan's earthquake..N "The earthquakd that hit Japan tooc them unaware Japan is meant to be prepared but it seemed no-one predicted this quake People had practised what to do  when an earthqq ke occurs, but when the real thing came they panicked and forgot the procedure j This quake not only killed and injured people — it brought a rich  country to its knees."   Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Sun 9 Apr 02:22/00  7 00 FROM CEEFAX  ANIMAL TRANSPORT PROTESTS by ZENA COOK from Redhill, Surrey No 93333 Zena looks at the complicated hssue of live animal transport... "People have been trying to stop the transport of live animals by making petitions and by holding protests at ports But if it's stopped farmers say they will losd money  Ghen people hold their protests they must l—ke sure no ond gets hurt — otherwisd they will be doing more harm than good."  Contacts 176 PP Info 177 Sport 301 Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Ra$—o