14 May 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times May 12, 1939.

15.00 'The Conductor Speaks' 
The BBC Television Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult, who will also speak on conducting. Presentation by Philip Bate
15.15 Cartoon Film 
Man Friday
15.20 Film 
Derby Secrets, No. 5
15.30 Yvette Guilbert 
the celebrated French diseuse
15.40-16.00 Chelsea Flower Show 
A visit with C. H. Middleton and Elizabeth Cowell to the Royal Hospital Gardens, Chelsea (by courtesy of the Royal Horticultural Society)
19.55 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.05-22.30 'Sun Up' 
by Lula Vollmer. With Sybil Thorndike (by permission of Stephen Mitchell) as Widow Cagle. Cast: Pap Todd - Finlay Currie, Emmy - Betty Jardine (by permission of Stephen Mitchell), Sheriff Weeks - Edmund Willard, Rufe Cagle - Andre Morell, The Preacher - Harry Hutchinson, The Stranger - Anthony Quayle. The scene is Widow Cagle's cabin in the mountains of Western North Carolina, June, 1917. Production by George More O'Ferrall. This programme will be repeated on Monday, May 22
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