Sidney J. Wignall presents
W. T. Tilden
H. Ellsworth Vines who are playing in an exhibition tournament at St. Helen's Ground,
The microphone will be there to record an impression of the play and also the visitors' views on tennis in Wales
A programme of interest to visitors
What do seaside landladies, lifesavers, beach photographers, guides, and all the others who look after you on your holidays really think of you? Here are some interviews, arranged by Elwyn Evans.
Soothing melodies - old and new - at the end of the day with Betty Hewitt
The BBC Welsh Septet
(Directed by Frank Thomas) and Male Chorus
(Arrangements by Idloes Owen)
Devised by Mai Jones
Produced by Glyn Jones
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