During the afternoon viewers visit Wimbledon and Lord's. This is the last week of the Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, and viewers see some of the leading matches on the Centre Court, and Court Number One.
F. H. Grisewood helps viewers follow the play.
Menu: Jimmy O'Dea
with Maureen Potter, Vernon Hayden, George Arnott, Tom Donovan, Brian Duffy, The Society Four, Rex Ramer, Frank O'Donovan, Eric Robinson and his Orchestra.
Eric Robinson and his
The most promising inventions selected from the many sent in after the last meeting will be demonstrated in the studio by their inventors.
Geoffrey Boumphrey, inventor and writer on design, helps them to display their work, and comments on their possibilities with the help of experts with specialised scientific or industrial knowledge.
Leslie Hardern is responsible for selecting the work, and all specifications should be addressed to him c/o [address removed]
Inventions selected by:
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