10 May 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times May 5, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 'Order To View' 
No. 3. A Revue. Book by Michael Trefford. Music by Billy Milton. Additional songs and sketches by Arthur Watkyn, Anthony Spurgin, John Leslie Frith, and the producer. With Newton Blick, Edward Cooper, Dorothy Dunkels, Eric Fawcett, Patricia Leonard, Diana Lincoln, Billy Milton, Sepha Treble, William Stephens, Cyril Wells. Dances arranged by John Byron (by permission of Lee Ephraim). The BBC Television Orchestra, leader, Boris Pecker, conductor, Hyam Greenbaum. At the piano, Lionel Salter. Production by Desmond Davies
15.45 Cartoon Film 
Just Dogs
15.50-16.00 News Film 
British Movietonews
20.00 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.00 Frank Lloyd Wright 
the distinguished American architect, will discuss his work, with films and models. Presentation by Mary Adams
21.10 Ivor Moreton And Dave Kaye 
The Tiger Ragamuffins
21.20 Cartoon Film  
Man Friday
21.25 'Sunday In The Country' 
Russell Muirhead, editor of the Blue Guides and, more recently, the Penguin Guides, provides an answer to the question, 'Where Shall We Go?' In the first programme on the country near London. With the aid of photography, maps, diagrams, and local characters he will describe a walk in the Chilterns. Presentation by Andrew Miller Jones
21.45 News Film 
Gaumont-British News
21.55-22.30 'Castle In Spain' 
A programme selected from the works of Albeniz and Granados by Hyam Greeabaum. With Diane van Dommelen (mezzo-soprano), Sidonie Goo&sens (harp), Ruth Sendler, Anna Severskaya, Walter Gore, George Gerhardt, Brian Blades (dancers). Dances arranged by Wendy Toye. The BBC Television Orchestra. Production by Philip Bate
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