The first of four visits to Olympia to see the famous annual pageant given by Units of the three fighting Services.
The programme of events and timings of the items expected to be seen this afternoon are as follows:
2.30 R.A.F. Police Dogs on Parade
2.40 Musical Ride by the Household Cavalry
2.57 Motor Cycle Display by the Royal Signals, Catterick
3.7 Parachute Training Display by Transport Command, R.A.F.
3.22 Massed Drums and Pipes of the Brigade of Guards
Providing light permits, a second visit will be made to Olympia to see further events in the programme
The timing of the items is expected to be as follows:
8.0 Drill Display by the King's Squad, Royal Marines
8.6 Musical Drive by the King's Troop. R.H.A.
8.16 Parachute Training Display by Transport Command, R.A.F.
8.31 Royal Naval Inter-Command Field Gun Competition
8.49 Massed Drums and Pipes of the Brigade of Guards
A play by Lewis Grant Wallace.
The play introduced by the author
(Second performance next Sunday afternoon)
A series in which commentator and cameraman bring you their impressions of life and affairs in some of the capitals of Europe.
Roy Duffell, BBC Danish programme organiser, uses animated maps and diagrams to illustrate his comments on the political scene.