Ceefax


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Ceefax

(ˈsiːˌfæks)
n
(Broadcasting) trademark the BBC teletext service, switched off in October 2012
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Ceefax is being closed down, starting this year, as part of the government's analogue switch-off, and the racing changes are part of our response to that development.
Seemingly immune to the onslaught of the digital age, Ceefax celebrates its 30th birthday today.
Most of this information is available everyday on BBC Ceefax, but does any police force or road and safety organisation take action?
1974 Ceefax, the teletext service of the BBC, started.
WITH reference to the article on the changes to Ceefax (January 29), 'threadbare' would appear to be a complimentary term to apply to the new so-called service provided by the BBC.
JJ Keith, 28, who left Edinburgh University four years ago, only found out when a friend read the list of nominees on Ceefax.
Couldn't agree more about the new Ceefax racing service (today's Chatroom).
Or you could just stay at home and watch it on Ceefax.
London controllers pulled the plug on Scottish Ceefax pages yesterday morning to allow maintenance work.
I didn't know whether to laugh or cry when I turned on Ceefax.
BBC Ceefax is running a Jubilee competition, where people are to let them know if they've done the same job for 50 years.