P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:00:10     Y  X LAST DANCE FOR ISADORA MY ,&* Sept 14, 1927: Dancer Isadora Dyncan's life camd to a dramatic end —n a freac accidentN She was N As she sdt oyt for an evdning drivd in Nice in a red Bugatti sports car, the fringd of (dp shawl was caught in the  h rear whdel beside her  The first tyrn  of the wheel  804////////haf£90 brF£f her necs   ——————————————1/7——  Educatign 660 ON STAGE p450 Digitis—p Framd It rite @t Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:20:34    Z ———————————————————————————————  LAST DANCE FOR ISADORA MY L Sept 14, 1927: Dancer Isadora Dyncan's life came to a dramatic end in a freak accident. She was 49 years oldN As she sft oyt for an evening drivf in Nice in a red Bugatti sports car, the fringe of her shawl was caught in the   rear wheel beside her.    The first tyrn  of the wheel  bro3f her necsN   ——————————————1/7——  Educatign 660 ON STAGE p450 Digiti3dq Frame It Write It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:20:50   Z ———————————————————————————————  GANDHI PLEADS FOR FREEDOM Y LN Sept 15, 1931: In coyrteoys but stern language, Mahatma Gandhi demanded that India be gi6dn its independenceN  At a conference at St  James's Palace, he spo3f  of India being held, not  by force, but by a  "silken cord of love".  R He aspired to being a  citizen of a Com,onwealth,  not an Empire, he saidN ———————————————————————2/7——  Teachers' Gyide 662 'FSTMINSTER WATCH p325 ITV Digiti3dq Frame It Write It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:01:00     Y  YL BERLIN AIRLIFT SUCCESS LY L Sept 18, 1948: The Allied airlift into Berlin set a new record by flying in 7,000 tons of supplies in defiance of the three month Russian bloc3adeN In fog, high winds and  rain, British and US   aircraft made 895 flights  to the city in 24 hoyrsN   Because of the Allies' determination, it is thoyght the Russians will soon admit defeat. ——————————————————————————————————3/7—— Teac(dq's guide to Teletext 662 NEED A FLIGHT? p230 ITV Digiti3ds Frame It 'rite It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:05:20  Z ZMY ———————————————————————————————  FO SPEAKS OUT AT LAST Y LN Sept 18, 1955: After a foyrMyear silence, the Foreign Office admitted that two diplomats who fled Britain in 1951 were long-term Soviet agentsN The statement confirmed the belief that Guy Burgess, 44, and Dgnald MacLean, 42 knew they were being watchedN  The FO refysed to confirm that  the missing diplomats were  recruited as s0res while still  undergraduates at CambridgeN ——————————————————————————————————4/7—— Education nfws 661 'FSTMINSTER WATCH p325 ITV Digitisds Frame It grite It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:06:10  Z YM ———————————————————————————————  BAN-THE-B LAERSONTHEMARCH Y  Sept 17, 0851: The biggest ba.Lrhe-bomb demonstration so far ended in viwlent clashes and the arrest of :0 peopleN They inclyded Canon Collins, chairman of the Campaign for Nyclear Disarmament playwright John Osbornf and  actress Vanessa RedgraveN   At one point more than  15,000 protesters jam,ed  Trafalgar Sqyare.  L ——————————————————————————————————5/7—— Keep up with Keyboard 664 IT'S YOUR LIFE! p410 Digiti3dq Frame It Write It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:08:10      MY ———————————————————————————————  BAN-TH@ B LAERS ON THE MARCH   *N Sept 17, 08!1: The biggest ba. phe-bomb demonstration so far ended in violent clashes and t—e arrest of 850 peopleN They inclqded Canon Collins, chairman of the Cam0aign for Nqclear Disarmament playwright John Osbornd and  actress Vandssa RedgraveN  At one point more than  15,000 protesters jam$—d  Trafalgar Square  L ——————————————————————————————————  Keep up with Keyboard 664 IT'S YOUR LIF@ p410 Digiti3dp Frame It 'rite It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:02:20    YZM ———————————————————————————————  RSG IS A POP CULT Y LN Sept 15, 0855: ITV's Friday vpght live music show Ready, Steady, Go has become cult viewing fgq Britain's pop fansN RSG arrived two yfars ago jyst as Beatlemania toos hold. Groyps to get their big break on the show inclyde the Kinks, the Animals and the ghoN The show's boast that "the  weekdnd starts here" has  become trye for millions   of teenagersN  ———————————————————————————6/7—— NEXT 'FEK: Dylan's dazzling debut... TAKE OFF TO PLANET SOUND p480 Digiti3dq Frame It Write It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:13:51  Z  ZMY ———————————————————————————————  CALLAS SINGS NO MORE Y LN Sept 17, 0 77: Maria Callas, the opera singer with a fan following to rival a pop star, died of a heart attacs in her Paris apartment. She was 54N At her peak people qyeyed for 48 hoyrs at Covdnt Garden for a chance  to hear her uniqye voice. M Byt she became a tragic figure ] in latter years, abandonfd by  her lover, Aristotle Onassis,  and by her voiceN ——————————————————————————————————;/7—— Keep up with Keyboard 664 FANCY A NIGHT AT THE OPERA? p459 Digiti3dq Frame Dt +rite It Clyb 140
P667 Teletext 663 Sep18 23:20:00   M ———————————————————————————————  CALLAS SINGS NO MORE Y Sept 17, 1977: Maria Callas, the opera singer with a fan following to rival a pop star, died of a heart attacc in her Paris apartmdntN She was 14N At (dr pdak people queqed for 48 hoyrs at Covent Garden for a chance  to hear her uniqye voiceN    But she became a tragic figqre  her lover, Aristotle Onassis,  and by her voice ——————————————————————————————————7/7—— Keep up with Keyboard 664 FANCY A NIGHT AT THE OPERA? p459 Digiti3dq Frame It Grite It Clyb 140