Antiques Roadshow came to the RM Museum at Eastney today. One old boy produced a WW2 submarine's Jolly Roger - I dared not leave my queue to ask him about it or what boat, but he was later filmed for the show, so keep an eye open. On the black flag as well was the skull and crossbones centre piece were: In the top canton next the hoist, three bars for ships sunk. In the fly crossed guns set about with eight stars for gun actions. Below the crossbones, two daggers for (I imagine) landing agents or sabotage. All the additions were in white but I suppose they may once have been red, but have now faded. a.m. a Typhoon flew over at (guess) 5000', maybe it was off to bomb the Frogs. First one I've seen. On the ground, several VERY strange looking people. Some v smart retired Booties among the stewards, one looked old enough to be Hannah Snell's toyboy but I wouldn't want Blobbs to be jealous.