24 August 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times August 18, 1939.

11.00-12.00 'Come And Be Televised' 
Interviewer, Elizabeth Cowell. Direct from Radiolympia
15.00 'Picture Page' 
(259th edition) A topical magazine. Edited by Cecil Madden. Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell with Joan Miller. Introducing The Chessington Baby Elephant, Joss (cartoonist), Miss Radiolympia, Noel Gay (composer), Stromboli, The Gordon Radiolympia Girls. Direct from Radiolympia
15.30 Cabaret 
with Jean Colin, Bood and Bood, Max and Harry Nesbitt, and Cyril Fletcher (by courtesy of Greatrex Newman). Presentation by Reginald Smith
16.00-16.30 The Zoo 
By permission of the Zoological Society of London, a visit with F. H. Grisewood to the Regent's Park Zoo
20.00 Regional Programme 
(sound only)
20.58 Interval
21.00 Alfredo And His Gypsy Orchestra
21.30 News Film 
Gaumont-British News
21.40 Interest Film 
21.50-22.20 'Johnson Was No Gentleman' 
A comedy by H. F. Rubinstein. Cast: The Earl of Chesterfield - Felix Aylmer, Philip Stanhope, his son - Stephen Haggard, Samuel Johnson - Robert Atkins, Mrs. Peters - Athene Seyler, Eugenia, her daughter - Joyce Redman, The Rev. Walter Harte - Rupert Bruce, Lockhart, A Footman - Hugh Griffith. The action of the play takes place at Chesterfield House in 1748. Production by Eric Crozier
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