starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers, whether or not they have teletext sets.
Selina Scott and Mike Smith are the Breakfast Time hosts to people and personalities making the headlines.
News with Debbie Rix (Fern Britton Wed, Thurs) 6.30, 7.0, 7.30,
8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather Francis Wilson : 6.31,
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sport David Icke : 6.43, 7.18, 8.18
Regional News, weather and traffic
6.45, 7.15, 8.15
Tonight's TV between 6.45 and 7.0 Review of the Papers: 7.18 and 8.18 Your Stars: Russell Grant between
8.30 and 8.45 Plus today:
Getting Britain Fit: Diana Moran between 8.30 and 8.45
Slim and Shine: Audrey Eyton between 8.30 and 9.0
Arthur Negus and Hugh Scully take to the road to meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for assessment.
Today: St Austell
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
Presenter Charol Chell Guest Stuart Bradley
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
In the last of his Mediterranean cruise films, Glynn Christian goes shopping in market places on the Greek islands of Kos and Crete and samples village food in a historical mainland area.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme
There are many different noises to be heard in Pigeon Street; the noise that Daisy makes gets on the nerves of her neighbour Rose, and Rose's noise annoys Daisy, until they find how to use the thin wall between them. (Repeat)
Presented by MAGGIE WOOLLEY
CLARK DENMARK and JOHN LEE
Lee's Team v Ben's Team for the Marley Trophy
This week's match features:
Jimmy Tarbuck and Ben Crenshaw v Eric Sykes and Lee Trevino
Laughs are guaranteed with two of Britain's best-loved comedians, but in this highest-scoring match of the series, who will have the last laugh?
PETER ALLISS introduces and talks with the players over nine holes of the King's Course at Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
When I'm tucked up in my bed,
With only dreams to fill my head,
Close my eyes and say Goodnight There's another world just starting to begin
Presenter Stuart McGugan
Guests Kate Copstick , Fred Harris Story: Quiet Please! by JUDY WIIITFIELD
Eric Twinge is just another school-boy - but when danger calls, a few mouthfuls of his special bananas and Eric is Bananaman. with the voices of TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR, BILL ODDIE GRAEME GARDEN, JILL SHILLING
Written by BERNIE KAYE Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND Directed by TERRY WARD 101 Productions
with Hannah Gordon
Mr McFadden 's Hallowe'en by RUMER GODDEN
In Scotland, where Muffet and Selina Russell live, as autumn draws out mysterious airs begin. Leaves fall and there is the smell of bonfires. Then suddenly at the end of October, children all over Scotland are on tiptoe with expectation.
A Cartoon for Hallowe'en
On a dark and spooky Hallowe'en night, the quiet village of Sleepy Hollow is shattered by loud, unearthly screams.
The wicked witch is up to her tricks. To scare the village people she has turned herself into the ghost of a headless horseman!
But Ichabod Crane comes bravely to the rescue. With his dog and his horse and the sleepy old man Rip Van Winkle , Ichabod the hero saves the day.
A TITLECRAFT CARTOON CLASSIC from Canada
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with Simon Groom Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis The Long Drag!
They said it could not be done! For 72 miles through 12 tunnels and over 17 viaducts, the railway line from Settle to Carlisle climbs over some of the most spectacular countryside in Britain. This famous track was one of the last important lines to be laid - it was opened to traffic in 1876. Simon and Goldie follow the tracks of the pioneers who created one of the engineering master-pieces of the Victorian age.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
A BBC videobook. Blue Peter Makes ... (BBCV 9007). Blue Peter: Book 20, £2.50, from retailers
and tonight's Weather
Nick Ross , Desmond Wilcox , Beverly Anderson and Sally Magnusson present the issues of the hour and some stories with a smile - a lively mix of news, views and topical features from Britain and around the world, with national and international news read by Moira Stuart.
Sixty Minutes reporters:
BOB WELLING S, BERNARD FALK PHILIP TIBEXHAM , CHRIS SERLE
NICK WOOLLEY , FRAN MORRISON PATTI COLDWELL , LAURIE MAYER
JOHN HITCHINS , JOHN MOUNTFORD
MICHAEL WALE , SUSANNAH GREENBERG and MAGGIE NELSON
HUGH SCULLY with latest investigations from the Watchdog unit and contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists, with some less serious observations on the day's events.
Cartoon fun starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry
A series in six parts by John Kane
starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Produced and directed by:
Sir Dennis Hodge:
The Rev Austin Doyle:
The adventures of two good ol' country boys. and Enos in Trouble
An old footlocker belonging to Enos turns out to be a real Pandora's Box with all the trouble it causes him. What can be in it that attracts two hoods from out of town? Whatever it is you can bet Boss and Rosco will want a piece of it!
Written by SI ROSE
Directed by PAUL BAXLEY
Sheriff Rosco P Coltrane:
Presented by Fred Emery and Richard Lindley
The issues, people and the stories that matter, reported by television's top journalists:
MICHAEL COCKERELL , DAVID LOMAX MARGARET JAY , TOM MANGOLD
JEREMY PAXMAN and PETER TAYLOR
Deputy editor PHILIP HARDING Editor PETER IBBOTSON
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
with Art Carney, Conny Van Dyke
W.W. sees himself as the Robin Hood of the deep South, because every time he robs a petrol station he gives the attendant a share of the loot. But the Georgia police are hot on his trail, so W.W. disguises himself as a country music promoter and heads for Nashville - complete with band. There he finds that robbing petrol stations is a great deal easier than breaking into the music business....
Films: page 20
Deacon John Wesley Gore:
First good ole boy:
with Barry Norman
The Star Chamber: Michael Douglas stars in a thriller about an elite group of judges who, disillusioned by loopholes in the law, decide to impose their own justice.
La Traviata: Franco Zeffirelli's lavish film of Verdi's tragic opera, with Teresa Stratas and Placido Domingo in the leading roles.
Bloodbath at the House of Death: a location report from the set of Kenny Everett's first feature film. Pamela Stephenson co-stars and Barry Cryer wrote the jokes.
A series of six programmes
When India became independent in 1947, it was intended that Africa should take its place as the basis for Britain's continuing status as a super-power. By the end of the 1950s this policy was in ruins. How was this change reflected in television and the newsreels?