starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
Nick Ross and Mike Smith present a lively mix to start the week, including a report on last night's Prime
Minister's Question Time at the CBI Conference in Eastbourne.
This morning's guest is actor Michael Williams. News with Debbie Rix (Fern Britton , Fri)
6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines every quarter hour and at 8.59 Weather with Francis Wilson : 6.31,
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sport with Bob Wilson and David Icke : 6.40 and 7.40 Regional News, traffic and weather: 6.45, 7.15, 7.45,
TV Choice with David Wheal : the pick of the day's BBC programmes at 6.55 The Morning Papers, reviewed by a personality making the headlines: 7.18 and 8.18
Your Stars with Russell Grant : 8.33
Plus today: Lynn Faulds
Wood with the latest of her investigations from the consumer unit.
Today in Eastbourne the Eighth National Conference of the Confederation of British Industry opens with debates on Europe, new technology and the future for Britain's manufacturing industry. BBC cameras bring live coverage of the key speeches.
Commentators VINCENT HANNA and MARTIN ADENEY Editor PETER KENYATTA
Further coverage from Eastbourne.
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Top designer Mary Quant shows ways to transform your wardrobe by the dramatic use of colour. Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
Coverage from Eastbourne of this afternoon's debates on competition, and industrial relations.
A hole is a house
For a mole or a mouse
And a house is a house for me Presenters Carol Chell lain Lauchlan, Stuart Bradley Story: Stanley's Picture by ALLAN SEABRIDGE
That great American private eye, the Hunter, outwits the Fox, the master criminal of New York city, again.
Chairman: Howard Stableford
Two teams have struggled their way through mounds of logic and reason to reach the final week. There's Â£1,000 worth of computer equipment for the top school and each day two all-expenses-paid holidays to Florida and Disney World to be won.
A cartoon series
Trapped in the realm of dungeons and dragons a young team of adventurers have to fight the forces of evil together in order to find a way back home.
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin
Remember, Remember ... Cats and dogs hate explosions and Jack and Goldie are no exception!
Keep your pet safely indoors tonight and if you're having a Guy Fawkes party, watch out for some culinary tips when Janet and Michael join the Royal Navy - in a rain-sodden field near Exmouth - to compete in the annual Corps Cookery Competition.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
If at First You Don't Succeed The responsibility Dr Adams has accepted for training Gloria as a veterinary assistant could be too much for him to handle, putting the life of a 'patient' and his own future on the line. Written by STEVE MARSHALL and DAN GUNTZELMAN
Directed by BOB CLAVER *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
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Dr Willard Adams:
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with Sue Lawley and Jeremy Paxman
Sally Magnusson , Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points, as well as a look at the offbeat and the downright outrageous. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news. Sports correspondent MICHAEL WALE has the latest action and the inside tips.
Plus the brightest stars and stories from the world of entertainment.
Editor PHILIP HARDING
This week Russell goes to Birmingham to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night at one of the biggest bonfire parties in Britain.
Among his guests will be Birmingham's own band, Musical Youth, Hi-de-Hi's outrageous Paul Shane and London's Chas & Dave.
starring Michael Barrymore Another round of fun and tension in this exciting word game for active teams with fast minds. With Julia Gale Produced in association with TALBOT TELEVISION LTD and BOB STEWART PRODUCTIONS Music by KEN JONES
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associate HOWARD IMBER Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Sound JOHN DELANY Designer BOB COVE
Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
Four More Years?
Tomorrow the United States goes to the polls. Barring a last-minute upset, Ronald Reagan looks set for a second term in the White House. Michael Cockerell reports on how Americans have been making up their minds about the President, and what they expect from the next four years.
In London Fred Emery is joined by The Rt Hon Denis Healey mp, The Rt Hon
David Owen mp, and The Rt Hon Francis Pym , mp, to discuss what the new
Presidency will mean for Britain and for Europe. Producer TIM SHAWCROSS Editor PETER IBBOTSON
(Election USA, tomorrow at 11.45 pm)
with John Humphrys Weatherman
Gene Hackman Fernando Rey Roy Scheider
Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle, a relentlessly tough New York policeman, becomes obsessed with the breaking of a narcotics ring operating between Marseilles and America, and in his pursuit of the truth gradually finds himself at odds with both criminals and his superiors. The original French
Connection film is an exciting police story with a car chase that has never been surpassed for virtuosity or excitement.
The sequel to William Friedkin's Oscar-winning thriller - French Connection II - will be shown on Friday at 9.25 pm.
Screenplay by ERNEST TIDYMAN
Based on the book by ROBIN MOORE Produced by PHILIP D'ANTONI Directed by WILLIAM FRIEDKIN • FILMS: page 31
with Barry Norman
Including regular reviews of current releases and news of the latest films in production and the personalities involved.
Tightrope: Clint Eastwood plays a cop whose hunt for a murderer takes a bizarre turn when Eastwood seems to be chasing himself.
Gremlins: E. T. with fangs? An advance preview of STEVEN SPIELBERG 'S new blockbuster.
Katharine Hepburn : To mark her 75th birthday and the publication of a major biography, a celebration of one of Hollywood's brightest stars.
Director DAVID JEFFCOCK Producer JUDY UNDSAY
5: The Performer
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Directed by ANNE O'DWYER