During the afternoon viewers visit Wimbledon, to see the progress being made in the Championships, and Lord's, to watch more of the third day's play in the Second Test Match.
At Wimbledon the cameras are covering both the Centre Court, and Number One Court, so that the most interesting matches may be televised.
F. H. Grisewood helps viewers to follow the tennis.
You are invited to meet Josephine Baker and Jo Bouillon at your favourite rendezvous Cafe Continental.
with Guus Brox and Myrna, Menchiassy Brothers, Liane et Americo, Sherrier, Dany Ray.
Jacques Laroque et L'Orchestre Pigalle
and Maitre d'hotel, Claude Frederic 'at your service'
Guus Brox and
Jacques Laroque et L'Orchestre
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