in I'll Fix It
When the water heater goes wrong Edgar is too mean to pay a plumber, so he decides to fix it himself.
An RKO film
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman with Bob Friend 's view of life across the Atlantic.
What entertained, annoyed or provoked you on last night's television? Phone
Eamonn Holmes on [number removed]and let him know.
(Answers to your comments 11.00pm)
Weather followed by Neighbours
with Robert Kilroy-Silk The programme that discusses the issues you are talking about. For studio audience details ring [number removed](9.00am to
Directors LINDA NASH , ANN MORLEY Producers DI BURGESS
SUE NIX. HARVEY WOOLFE
Deputy editor JOHN GETGOOD Editor DAVID WICKHAM
Weather followed by Going for Gold
One contestant has already won a daily prize - now six contestants remain.
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenter Carol Chell Guest Stuart Bradley
Story: Big Roar, Little Roar by DONALD BISSETT (R) and Gran
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE AND MICHAEL COLE Gran Gliding
Narrated by Patricia Hayes Jim visits Gran and persuades her to come with him to fly his kite. But something else catches Gran's eye.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation by DEREK MOGFORD Designed and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
with Rosalie Crutchley
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae and Pattie Coldwell invite the programme makers whom you want to interview into the studio.
Ring them on [number removed]
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Ross Davidson
The lunchtime magazine, live from Pebble Mill, comes complete with a full
Hallowe'en menu from
Jane Asher. Plus music from Barbara Dickson. Producer DAVID LANCASTER Editor STEVE WEDDLE BBC Pebble Mill
with Michael Buerk
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Des decides to go courting and hires the services of Clive. Zoe begins to get strange phone calls.
(For cast see page 82. Shown again tomorrow at 9.00am)
A European general knowledge quiz hosted by Henry Kelly
Starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka, Jack Albertson as Grandpa Joe, Peter Ostrum as Charlie
Most children, at one hungry time or another, dream of owning their own chocolate factory. For young Charlie Bucket the dream comes true - by courtesy of the marvellously eccentric Willy Wonka - in this 'scrumdidilyumptious' film version of Roald Dahl's delightful fantasy confection.
Screenplay by Roald Dahl, based on his book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory".
FILMS: page 28
Screenplay, based on his book:
Mr Beauregarde I:
Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
Stuart takes a bird's-eye-view of life and looks into an owl's eyes, compares them to bulls' eyes - and our eyes - and introduces 8-year-old
Zoe Weller , blind from birth, who shows us how she 'sees'. Studio director FAY WOOLF
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM
The Dipsy Doodle Desert Derby (R)
Presented by Bruno Brookes Grosvenor High School,
Belfast enter the tournament today, in a bid to join the Champion of Champions Final.
An exciting approach to the art of making pictures
Presented by Tony Hart with Margot Wilson and Joanna Kirk
Characters Tony sticks to his script with an illuminating letter, while Madonna appears out of a box. Robin takes a duck under the hippo and Morph interrupts Chas watching his favourite television programme. Look out for your work in today's Gallery.
Assistant producer CLAIRE WINYARD Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entry to: Hartbeat, BBCtv, London W3 6XZ.
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A serial in five parts
4: Britannia Meets the Kaiser War fever smoulders in Jessop, and Clippy makes a proposal.
Writer MAURICE GEE
Producer GINETTE MCDONALD Director PETER SHARP
Presented by Angela Rippon Teams are gathered from all over Britain to play
Masterteam. Last year's winners, The Antrim Coasters, were from Northern Ireland and tonight's team, the Roe Siders, are also from the province.
Assistant producer JAN BINNIE-GORDON
Executive producer DAVE ROSS Director JOHN M. A LANE Producer PETER FITTON
M. A Lane
from the BBC newsroom Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Join Terry live from the Television Theatre.
Selina Scott flies to Italy to meet the man known as the King of Rome - designer Valentino.
Jeff Banks drives to Slough with the Clothesmobile to help shoppers with their styling, and Caryn Franklin takes the tube to the Hippodrome to watch
London's top hairdressers let their hair down at the Alternative Hair Show. Producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
Created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring John Nettles in A Desirable Little Residence by ROD BEACHAM with Terence Alexander Louise Jameson Sean Arnold
Guest stars Liz Crowther George Shane
Why is an ordinary, poky little bungalow worth all the fuss - even worth murder?
Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN
Directed by ROBERT TRONSON (R)
Nick Mc Vie:
Don Me Vie:
Det Con Goddard:
Anne Robinson with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer VICKI MARRIOTT
Please send letters to: Points of View BBCtv Centre. London W12 8QT
Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower with the day's pictures, stories and events from Britain and around the world
Regional News Weather
The Godfather of Two Worlds In Bermuda, a Learjet lands with millions of dollars in smuggled heroin profits ... In Miami, a Mafia hitman guards a heroin shipment with a shotgun that fires nails....
At a safe house in New York, guarded 24 hours a day, a Mafia boss talks ...
Once, Tommaso Buscetta was called 'Godfather of two worlds' - overlapping crime empires in Sicily and America. He was suspected of major heroin deals.
According to Mafia legend, he could kill, then visit the opera as if nothing had happened. In a war for control of the heroin trade, rival Mafia chiefs ordered his sons murdered. The vengeance Buscetta planned was simple - and unique. He would destroy the Mafia. In the first of two parts,
Mafia Wars documents the murderous feud that engulfed Buscetta - and how his betrayal of the Mafia destroyed the most lucrative heroin network in history: the Pizza Connection.
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Executive producer GEORGE CAREY Producer ttm SHAWCROSS Written and directed by CHRISTOPHER OLGtATI
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Introduced by Steve Rider and featuring tonight:
Live World Championship Boxing from Wembley Lloyd Honeyghan (Great Britain) v Jorge Vaca (Mexico)
The explosive Honeyghan tonight makes his fourth defence of the World Welterweight title. Commentator
Rugby League From Wigan
The British Coal 'Nines'
The world's finest players will be on view at Central
Park tonight in a spectacular new venture in Rugby
League. Six British clubs - Castleford, Halifax, Hull
Kingston Rovers, St Helens, Warrington and Wigan - are joined by Auckland from
New Zealand and Papua New Guinea in a nine-a-side version of the game.
Commentator RAY FRENCH
Four months ago, Pat Cash scaled the summit of tennis. Who could forget the centre court scenes as he beat Ivan Lendl to become Wimbledon
Champion at 22? Since then, he has struggled around the foothills of the game, and tonight he talks to Gerald Williams about the pressures brought about by that glorious day last July.
Plus all tonight's football news from the Littlewoods
Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Rugby League KEITH PHILLIPS Tennis DAVE GORDON
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCH1N Editor JOHN ROWLINSON