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Copyright with the text of archived pages rests with the original author or publisher. I feel that reproducing them here is fair and appropriate as this website is intended as a historical record and resource. The visual representation of the pages is however copyright Robert O'Donnell.
The BBC have confirmed that use of archived ceefax material "would not cause the BBC concern, provided that it is not for commercial gain."
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