This afternoon you are taken to the London Passenger Transport Board's Training School at Chiswick, where busmen are trained. You see how drivers are taught to acquire complete control over their vehicles, and viewers will see some of the hair-raising skids trainees have to master on the specially prepared 'skid patch'.
F. Streeter talks about winter-flowering orchids.
Introduced by Sally Rogers
with Brian Reece, Petula Clark, Ray Johnson and Ernest Maxin.
A new operetta devised by Claud Jenkins.
The action takes place on the way to and in The Bell and Compass Inn, Dover, on an October evening 1817.
A demonstration by Saxon Elliott and Vic Coleman.
Many viewers must have questions that they would like to have answered in connection with the television programmes. What, for instance, are the practical difficulties involved in including this or that type of programme in the schedules? Why can't there be more plays or more outside broadcasts?
If you have any questions of this type that you would like answered, send them to Alexandra Palace, marked 'Viewers' Queries' and Denis Johnston, Television Programme Director, will attempt to deal with those of the greatest general interest.
At the piano, Frederick Stone