08 February 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times February 3, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00-16.30 'The Tempest' 
by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Sibelius, arranged by Hyam Greenbaum, decor by Malcolm Baker-Smith. Cast : Alonso—Alan Wheatley ; Sebastian—Oliver Burt ; Prospero—John Abbott ; Antonio—Basil C. Langton ; Ferdinand—Richard Ainley (by permission of Basil Dean); Gonzalo—John Turnbull (by permission of Howard Wyndham, Bronson Albery, and Alban B. Limpus) ; Adrian—Stuart Latham ; Francisco—Graham Payn ; Caliban-George Devine; Trinculo—Richard Goolden ; Stephano—Charles Farrell ; Ship's Master—Dennis Price ; Boatswain-Erik Chitty. Mariners. Miranda-Peggy Ashcroft ; Ariel — Stephen Haggard ; Iris—Vera Lindsay. Members of the London Ballet, directed by Antony Tudor. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum. Production by Dallas Bower
20.15 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.05 Speaking Personally 
Wickham Steed
21.15. Cartoon Film 
Pied Piper
21.20 News Film 
British Movietonews
21.30-22.50 'Money For Jam' 
a farce by Bernauer and Osterreischer, translated by M. and A. Bolton. Cast : Peter Paul Lutz— Jack Melford ; Dodo Bernhardt— Barbara Greene ; Lona Reinhardt— Mary Shelley ; Emil Reinhardt— Desmond Keith ; Mario Dorlando— Bruno Barnabe ; Alfred Jensch— Charles Victor ; Muller — Ralph Roberts ; Kesselberg senior—Edmund Bailey ; Kesselberg junior—Douglas Seale ; A Sergeant—Richard Cuthbert ; Schulski — Bernard Miles ; Wilhelm- Christopher Rowan Robinson ; A Policeman—Paul Chesterton. Production by Michael Barry
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