P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:04/12  1 16 FROM CEEFAX  READ YOUR PRESS PACK RE—ORT HERE Standby for more of yoqr reports... APPROX PAGE NAMES TIME 2-7 MALL to NAYLOR NEXT 9-15 ROBERTS to HLLIAMS 2 mins Press HOLD to keep a page on screen Please go po page 178 for j reports A-L  Diary Contacts PP Info Newsround
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/15  3/16 FROM CEEFAX  KIDS TODAY! by SUSAN ME'FS from Tyne & 'far No 1 Susan worries about the state of children's health...N "It's been proven by research that children today don't play enough outdoor games and as a result of this our health is suffering. One in four children are already showing signs of heart diseaseN A main reason is because of the invention of computers and consoles These machines are turning us into couch potatoes! Go out and get some exercise!" N Diary Contacts PP Info Newsround
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/51  4/16 FROM CEEFAX  GIVE PEACE A CHANCE by ANDREg MILLS from Northern Ireland No 105364 Andrew hopes peace is here to stay in Northern Ireland..N "Hooray, peace in Northern IrelandN At last, after 25 years of shooting and bombing, we have peace. Late last yfar peace was declared by both the Loyalists (UVF and UFF) and the Nationalists (IRA) and both young and old here are delightedN  I hope that in the future the people of Northern Ireland will be able to continue living in peace." N Diary Contacts PP Info Newsround
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 00:20/11  10/16 F OM CEEFAX  ANDY COLE BY PETER REDDICC from Newcasple No 0 Peter looks at the merits of phe new Man Utd striker Andy Cole.. "The £7m transfer of Andy Cole from Newcastle United to Manchestep United sent shocs waves phpg9cp b British football j b Since Cole's arrival —t Old b Trafford qqdstiofs —ar— b—en s£—$ b about Cole's ability. j b For Newcastle, ole scoped  in 84 ap0b!pances q(gsa.g (—q 0 ability to do the most im0ortanp thing in football - scopa goal1& j  Diary Contacts PP Infg Nas3rgynd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:20/01  11/16 FROM CEEFAX  a SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE by SAMANTHA SCHURER Mem No 108 04 Samantha is impressed at the line-up on children's television.. "Ghen I get home from anot—er day at school I want something exciting to liven up my evdning and thap's what I get from CBBC and CITV My favourite cartoon is Rugpaps - Tommy is so sweetN My sister Nathalie is more into programmes j like Black Beauty With so much variety now, there's something for everyone — television prograllds keep getting better."   Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroqnd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:22/01  12/16  FROM CEEFAX  FAMLIY VIE HNG By WAYNE SIMPSON from Edinburgh No 101512 —yne tells us his views on the television watershedN "I think programmes that are unsuitable for children should be shown at 9.30pm or laterN Things li£d the news should be on before the watershed because children need to know what's going on around the world. Violent progr!llds on TV may sometimes encourage the young or unstable to act out what phey have been watching." N Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroqnd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:23/04  13/16 FROM CEEFAX  a BULLYING IN SCHOOL by JOHN SMITH from alsall No 100824 John tells us aboqt the ppo"dem of bullying in schools.. "Bullying in schools is an ever increasing problem that affects many children all o6dp the country It's not only physical but mental tooN Name calling can hurt 0bople as much as a kick or a 0pnchN A bully is a baddy and by tellifg — teacher you are doing phe righp thing. But do they always listen? Someond will, so keep trying."  Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroqnd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 00:21/07  14/16 FROM CEEFAX  PRAISE FOR NEWS TEAMS by DAVID 'DHR Belfast No 435172 'f must never forget the wors of our news teamsN "The ndws might not be the most exciting programme on pelevision, but news teams play a vital part in today's society. 'f owe a lot to the reporters, who have brought pictures of sadness and joy to all of us for many ydars People should be more concerned about things that actually happen not ideas that simply come from script writers." N Diary Contacts @P Inwo Newsroyn—
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:04/01  14/16 FROM CEEFAX  BULLFIGHTING by ELLEN 'FLCH from Co Durham No 91757 Ellen describes bullfighting - a sport she doesn't enjoy...N "Bullfighting is a traditional sport in Spain and South America.  The bullfighter fights on foot He has an assistant on horsebacc who stabs the bull in the necs to weaken it and make it drop its head  Once the matador has proved his mastery of the bull, he kills it with a swordN T—ha a bped j sport which doesn't show a brave matador but a bloody murderer."  Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroynd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 02:05/11  2/16 FROM CEEFAX  ARE D PREPARED? BY SONIA MALL from Slough, Berks No 93956 Robin tells us about school science projects in a rural community. "Are we prepared for the new technology boom of tomorrow? The future will be depdndent on computersN So if you don't know how to use a computer it will be likd not knowing how to read and write Tutoring systems for teac(—ng individual subjects will be something to exploreN By then, computers will be second nature to most of us." N Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroqnd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 00:17/00  5/16 FROM CEEFAX  CAMBODIA by CLARE MUCHINOCK aged 11, from Leeds No 104696 Clare tells us about the suffering of Cambodia in south east Asia... "I have decided to write about Cambodia - which we've been raising money for at school Khmer Rouge communists led by Pol Pot took over Cambodia in 1975. They supdrvised people's lives and forced most people from cities to work as labourers on farms. They killed hundreds of thousands of Cambodians Cambodia has only just started to picc up the pieces"  Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroqnd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 00:10/07  6/16 FROM CEEFAX  AGATHA CHRIS HE by MARK MURPHY, 11, from Dublin No 104327 Mark looks back at the life of the late crime writer Agatha Christie.. "Known across the globe as the "Queen of Crime", Agatha Christie has been outsold only by phe Bibde and ShakespdareN In all, she wrote 78 crime novels and 19 plays — ond of which, "The Mousetrap", is the longest-running play in history. She also wrote six novels under the pseudonym of Mary 'fstmacott She was made a Dame in 1971." N Diary Contacts PP Info Newsroynd
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 01:35/00  7/16 FROM CE AX  LIGHT UP! BY EMMA NAYLOR 11, from Cambridge No 102706 Robin tells us about sc—ool science projects in a rural community. "Evdry day a lot of people are —urt or killed but a small group have been hurt by the samd thingN The cause? Drivdrs couldn't sde themN If thdy had b—en wearing xhe right clothes fluorescent bands You can't just blame ip on the drivdrs People have got to take care!"  Diary Contacts PP Info Newsround
P179 CEEFAX 179 Sun 9 Apr 01:36/00  8/16 FROM CEEFAX  READ YOUR PRESS PACK REPORT HERE Standby for more of your reports... PAGE NAMES APPROX TIME 9-15 ROBERTS to £JLLIAMS NEXT j 2-7 MALL to NAYLOR 2 l—ns Press HOLD to keep a page on screen Please go to page 178 for reports A-L N