19 March 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times March 17, 1939.

15.00-16.30 'The Immortal Hour' 
a music drama by Rutland Boughton, libretto adapted from the play and poems of Fiona Macleod. Cast : Dalua — David Franklin ; Eochaidh—Arthur Fear ; Etain— Irene Eisinger ; Manus — Fergus Dunlop ; Maive—-Esther Salaman ; Old Bard—Fergus Dunlop ; Midir— Eric Starling. Spirits, Druids, Warriors, etc.: Elizabeth Schooling, Sarah Gilmore, Ann Gee, Therese Langfield, Charlotte Bidmead, Olive Sarrel, Eileen Ward, Florence Lambert, Jasmine Schuschtry, Lulu Dukes, Guy Massey, Hugh Laing. A Section of the BBC Singers, the BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum. Musical Assistant, Lionel Salter. Dances arranged by Andree Howard, settings designed by Malcolm Baker-Smith, costumes designed by Hugh Stephenson. Production by Stephen Thomas
19.55 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.05-22.40 'Gas Light' 
a new play by Patrick Hamilton. Gardner Davies's production from the Apollo Theatre. With Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Milton Rosmer, Dennis Arundell, Elizabeth Inglis, and Beatrice Rowe. Television presentation by Lanham Titchener
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