21 March 1938

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times March 18, 1938.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 Frances Day
15.05 Window Boxes
A demonstration by the London Gardens Society, described by Mrs. Walter Elliot
15.15 Comedy Film 
Tell Me If It Hurts
15.30-16.00 'The Cup That Cheers' 
by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley, followed by
  • 'The Split In The Cabinet'
by Stephen Leacock, adapted by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley. Frank Birch, Harvey Braban, Nadine March, Charles Heslop, Wilfred Fletcher, Don Gemmell, Alexis France, Neil Porter, Douglas Stewart, Margaret Yarde. Production by Jan Bussell
21.00 Marcella Salzer 
in a one-woman entertainment. Production by Moultrie R. Kelsall
21.15 Cartoon Film
Spider and the Fly
21.20 Artists And Their Work
Animal Sitters. John Skeaping will show how he conducts his art classes at the Zoo. In the studio there will-also be Alan Best, Assistant Curator at the Zoo, several students, and a cheetah
21.35 The Mercury Ballet
in The Tartans, a suite of dances by Frank Staff, music by Boyce. The Lassie- Elizabeth Schooling. The Laddies- Frank Stall and Anthony Kelly. Presentation by Stephen Harrison
21.40 News Film 
Gaumont-British News
21.50-22.10 The Mercury Ballet 
in Bar aux Folies Bergere, a ballet by Ninette de Valois, music by Chabrier. Costumes and setting by William Chappell. La Goulou, etoile du Can-Can- Prudence Hyman. La Fille aux Bar- Elizabeth Schooling. Grille d'Egout- Celia Franks, Hirondelle ; Nini Patte en l'air ; La mome Fromage (Can-Can)-Ann Gee ; Deborah Dering ; Sally Gilmour. Valentin, garcon- Walter Gore. Adolphe ; Gustavo (habitues du Bar)- John Andrewes ; Anthony Kelly. Le vieux Marcheur- Frank Staff. Servante- Susette Morfield. Presentation by Stephen Harrison
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