21 March 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times March 17, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
14.55 The State Visit 
of His Excellency the President of the French Republic and Mme. Lebrun. Their arrival in London and reception by Their Majesties the King and Queen, as seen at Victoria Station
15.15 News Film 
British Movietonews
15.25 Cartoon Film 
Joie de Vivre
15.30-16.00 'Les Jeux D'Eaux' 
(Details as Monday, 21.50)
20.00 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.00 News Map 
No. 13—'France'. With maps by J. F. Horrabin and commentary by Arnold J. Toynbee, Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs
21.20 'L'avare' 
by Moliere. From Lady Gregory's version The Miser. Cast: Harpagon—Father of Cleante and Elise — Henry Oscar ; Elise — Harpagon's daughter, in love with Valere—Marjorie Mars; Marian—in love with Cleante— Dorothy Hyson; Valere—in love with Elise—James Mason; Cleante—Harpagon's son, in love with Marian—Bryan Coleman; Jacques— cook and coachman to Harpagon-— Mark Daly; Frosine—a matchmaking woman—Olive Walter; A Notary —Oliver Johnson ; Anselme—-Edgar. K. Bruce; La Fleche—valet to Cleante — John Salew ; Simon — a moneylender—Rupert Siddons; Dame Claude — Harpagon's housekeeper — Molly May; Brindavoine and La Merluche—servants to Harpagon — Christopher Rowan Robinson and Mardale Owen. Production by Fred O'Donovan
22.35-22.55 News Bulletin
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