17 May 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times May 12, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00-16.30 'The Torch-Bearers' 
A satirical comedy in three acts, written by George Kelly, and adapted by W. Grahame Browne. Cast in order of apperance: Mr. Frederick Towers - Charles Heslop, Jenny (a maid) - Audrey Cameron, Mrs. Paula Towers - Molly Rankin, Mrs. J. Duro Pampinelli - Kitty De Legh (by courtesy of Wilson Barrett and Esmond Knight, Ltd.), Mr. Spindler - Eric Christmas. Act 1, At Mr. Towers' house in Barchester. An October evening, 8.00. Act 2, Backstage at the Barcheater Horticultural Hall, Next evening, 8.30. Act 3, Same evening as Act 1. Two hours later. Settings designed by Malcolm Bakeer Smith. Production by Reginald Smith
20.15 National Programme 
(sound only)
20.55 Interval
21.00 Charles B. Cochran's 'Night Lights' 
from the Trocadero Grillroom. With The Five Cleveres, McKay and Lavelle, Gerald Nodin, D. Knox Crichton, and Mr. Cochran's Young Ladies. Decor and costumes designed by Doris Zinkeisen. Choreography by Buddy Bradley and Antony Tudor. Music arranged by Elsie April. New music composed by Elsie April and Lorraine. Television presentation by Pat Hillyard
21.40 News Film 
British Movietonews
21.50 'Sunday In The Country' 
Russell Muirhead, editor of the Blue Guides, and the recent Penguin Guides, makes suggestions for spending Sunday in the country near London. Presentation by Andrew Miller Jones
22.10 Cartoon Film 
Gulliver Mickey
22.15 Music-Makers 
Isabelita Alonso in Spanish songs and dances
22.25-22.35 'Bridge Without Sighs' 
Constructed in verse and cartoon by Reginald Arkell and Harry Rutherford
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