20 November 1937

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times November 12, 1937.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 Gardening 
A talk on fruit by Edward Bunyard, Chairman of the Fruit and Vegetables Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society
15.15 News Film 
Gaumont-British News
15.25-16.00 'Pride O' The Green' 
or The Lass that loved a Tax Official, a very Grand Opera by Rae Elrick. Music arranged by Ian Whyte. Characters, in order of appearance : First fishwife- Olive Groves. Mrs. MacFinnan- Addie Ross. Betty MacFinnan- Jean Colin. Sir Sam Pebble- William Stephens. Jimmy Overcharge- Max Oldaker. MacJeeves- Nicholas Phipps. Hula- Rosalind Melville. Chorus of Fishwives and Tenantry. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum. Production by Moultrie R. Kelsall.
21.00 Cabaret 
with the Western Brothers (Kenneth and George), A. C. Astor, Ventriloquist, Les Trois Matas, Acrobats. Commere, Sheila Douglas Pennant. Presentation by Harry Pringle
21.25 'The Butterfly' 
a Hans Andersen story told by Paul Leyssac
21.35 News Film 
British Movietonews
21.45-22.00 'Fifteen Minutes' 
(Details as Thursday, 15.20)
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