21 March 1938
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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