01 May 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times April 28, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 'The Mizzen Cross Trees' 
A Revue of Nautical Songs and Dances with John Goss, Taylor Harris, Hazel Jennings, John Lewis, Wendy Toye, Edward Crowther, Douglas Ward, Roderick Jones, William Grant. Dances arranged by Wendy Toye. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader, Boris Pecker, conductor, Hyam Greenbaum. Production by Stephen Thomas
15.35 News Film 
Gaumont-British News
15.45-16.10 'Two Gentlemen Of Soho' 
by A. P. Herbert with Robert Atkins, Harold Scott, Charles Peters, Nadine March, Olga Edwardes, Roy Graham, Barbara Everest. Production by Stephen Thomas
19.50 Regional Programme 
(sound only)
21.00 'Me And My Girl' 
A Musical Comedy. Book and Lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber. Music by Noel Gay . Cast in order of appearance: Gerald Bolingbroke - Martin Gray, Parchester - Wallace Lupino, Major Domo - Maurice Barclay, Lady Battersby - Jean Capra, Lord Jasper Tring - Micky McConnell, The Hon. Margaret Atkinson - Nina Lyn, Jacqueline - Betty Frankiss, The Duchess - Doris Rogers, Sir John - George Graves, Bill Snibson - Lupino Lane, Sally - Teddie St. Denis, Fred - George Yarborough, Alf - Maurice Dallimore, Footmen - Michael Stoller, William McGuigan, Charles - Reginald MattNews, Comtesse de Versailles - Viotet Blythe, Lady Fordham - Irene Kemp, Landlady - Anne Booth, Telegraph Boy - Lauri Lane, Bob Barking - George Powder, Policeman - Maurice Barclay, George Windcatt and his Orchestra. The entire production under the personal supervision of Lupino Lane. Televised direct from Victoria Palace. This will be one of the big television occasions of the year — the first time that a musical comedy has been televised in its entirety from a theatre (Magyar Melody did not quite fall into this category), and incidentally the first time the television mobile unit has visited the Victoria Palace. Apart from the fact that Me and My Girl set the world doing the Lambeth Walk, this show, which has now been running for almost eighteen months, has a record number of laughs per minute
23.25-23.45 News Bulletin
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