This afternoon viewers visit Roehampton to meet celebrities of stage and screen at one of London's most colourful summer events, the Theatrical Garden Party.
Leslie Mitchell and Richard Dimbleby introduce the personalities.
This evening marks the end of the present season of amateur boxing. Television's mobile cameras visit Lewisham Town Hall for this special Challenge Tournament between the Downham Goldsmiths Amateur Boxing Club and the Birkenhead Boxing Club.
The following contests are expected to be among those seen by viewers:
J. Allsopp (Birkenhead Boxing Club) v. J. Walker (R.A.F.)
Ted Crossley (Birkenhead Boxing Club) v. R. Hill (Downham Goldsmiths B.C.)
W. J. Roberts (Birkenhead Boxing Club) v. Eric Deamer (Downham Goldsmiths B.C.)
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