This afternoon's events are televised from the Old Deer Park, Richmond, where the King George V Challenge Cup and the Horace Smith Challenge Cup are being competed for by the Mounted Police of the City of London and Provincial forces.
[With] Richard Dimbleby
Written by John Rowdon and George Moresby White.
A magazine of past and present stories of the world's greatest city, told by Richard Dimbleby.
Film sequences made by the BBC Television Film Unit
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Mrs. Charlotte Black and Miss Averil Ames, who have been on a low caloric diet during March, April, and May describe their experiences.
Mrs. Joan Robin reviews the principles and practice upon which their diet has been based.
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