24 February 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times February 17, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00-17.00 'The Young Idea' 
a comedy in three acts by Noel Coward. Cast: George Brent- Cecil Winter ; Gerda—Olga Edwardes ; Sholto— Kenneth Morgan ; Jennifer—Kitty de Legh (by courtesy of Wilson Barrett and Esmond Knight Ltd.) ; Cicely— Dorothy Black ; Priscilla Hartleberry -Phoebe Kershaw (by courtesy of Wilson Barrett and Esmond Knight Ltd;) ; Claud Eccles -— William Hutchison ; Julia Cragworthy—Lena Maitland ; Eustace Dabbit—Alban Blakelock ; Sibyl Blaith - Audrey Cameron ; Rodney Masters—Thorley Walters ; Huddle — Hugh Casson ; Hiram J. Walkin— Morris Harvey; Maria—Lena Maitland. The scene is laid in George Brent's house in England, and Jennifer Brent's villa in Italy. The settings designed by Malcolm Baker-Smith. Production by Reginald Smith
20.00 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.00 Vanity Fair 
Selected dresses from the British Industries Fair, described by Pearl Adam
21.15 News Film 
British Movietonews
21.25 'Foundations Of Cookery' 
Marcel Boulestin
21.40 Cartoon Film 
Klondike Kid
21.45 'The Fletcher Case' 
a 'Telecrime' by Mileson Horton. With Hazel Terry, J. B. Rowe, Richard George, Alec Mango, Charles Paton, and Peter Whitehead. Production by Stephen Harrison. Viewers will be given sufficient evidence to enable them to solve the problem which confronts Inspector Holt
22.05 Music Makers 
Audrey Piggott (violoncello), accompanied by Henry Bronkhurst
22.15-22.35. News Bulletin
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