17 July 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times July 14, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 Scenes from 'The Gate Revue' 
Norman Marshall's Production from the Ambassadors Theatre. With Hermione Gingold, Walter Crisham, Joan Swinstead, Reginald Beckwith, Gabrielle Brune, Nicholas Phipps, Jack McNaughton, Kay Young, Alicia Marlowe, Doris Gilmore, Derek Farr. At the pianos, Ruby Duncan and Charles Zwar. Drums, Antony Spurgin. Television presentation by Moultrie R. Kelsall
15.45 News Film 
British Movietonews
15.55-16.00 Cartoon Film 
Funny Little Bunnies
20.10 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. Dances and ensembles by Fred Leslie. The cast in order of appearance: Gerald Bolingbroke - Martin Gray, Parchester - Wallace Lupino, Major Domo - Maurice Barclay, Lady Battersby - Jean Capra, Lord Jasper Tring - Mickey McConnell, The Hon. Margaret Atkinson - Nina Lyn, Jacqueline - Betty Frankiss, The Duchess - Doris Rogers, Sir John - George Gregory, Bill Snibson - Lupino Lane, Sally - Teddie St. Denis, Fred - George Yarborough, Alf - Maurice Dallimore, Footmen - Michael Stoller, William McGuigan, Charles - Reginald Matthews, Comtesse de Versailles - Violet Blythe, Lady Fordham - Irene Kemp, Landlady - Anne Booth, Telegraph Boy - Lauri Lane, Bob Barking - George Powder, Policeman - Maurice Barclay. George Windeatt and his Orchestra. The entire production under the personal supervision of Lupino Lane. Televised direct from Victoria Palace
23.25-23.45 News Bulletin
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