Here is stargazing info for October 2019.
Venus: At the end of October look low in the SW after sunset to catch Venus reappearing in the evening sky but setting about 5.30pm
Mercury: To the left of Venus with binoculars you may catch Mercury close to the horizon and setting a few minutes before Venus
Jupiter: In the constellation Ophiuchus. Jupiter shines brightly setting around 830pm in the west
Saturn: In the constellation of Sagittarius. Sets around 830pm
Neptune: In the constellation of Aquarius. Is very dim. It follows Saturn. Sets around 4am
Uranus: In the constellation of Aries. Visible all night long. Just visible to the naked eye and is easily seen with binoculars
Mars: In the constellation of Virgo. Seen in the dawn sky in the East rising around 6am
Never look at the Sun with the naked eye or through binoculars or a telescope as doing this will blind you.