F. Streeter shows how to plant a miniature rockery.
Reginald Gamble shows how to make nucleus stock for raising a new queen.
Yesterday the first half of the afternoon programme of the Royal Tournament was televised and today viewers are returning to Olympia to see the events in the second half.
The timing of the items is expected to be as follows:
3.30 Massed Drums and Pipes of the Brigade of Guards
3.37 Royal Naval Inter-Command Field Gun Competition
3.55 Gymnastic Display by the Combined Services
4.7 Musical Drive by the King's Troop, R.H.A.
4.17 Inter-Services Tug-of-war Championships: No. 26 Command Workshops R.E.M.E. v. the 47th Coast Regiment, R.A.
R.A.F. Colerne v. R.A.F. Anti-Aircraft Gunnery School, Watchett
4.27 Drill Display by the King's Squad, Royal Marines
4.41 Royal Engineers Bridge Building Competition
Tonight, if light permits, viewers pay their last visit to Olympia for the Royal Tournament.
During this final visit viewers see most of the remaining items which are expected to take place at the following times:
7.30 R.A.F. Police Dogs on Parade
7.40 Musical Ride by the Household Cavalry
7.57 Motor-cycle Display by the Royal Signals. Catterick
8.7 Royal Naval Inter-Command Field Gun Competition
8.25 Inter-Services Tug-of-War Championships
2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards v. 14th-20th King's Hussars
R.A.F. Weeton v. R.A.F. Horsham St. Faiths
8.35 Musical Drive by the King's Troop. R.H.A.
[Starring] Issy Bonn, Jack Billings and Diana, Noberti, Jimmy Lyon, Hy Hazell, El Mario's Ladies Rumba Band, The Twelve Musical-Hall Maids, Eric Robinson and his Augmented Orchestra
(Repeat of Friday's edition)