28 August 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times August 25, 1939.

11.00-12.00 'Come And Be Televised' 
Interviewer, Elizabeth Cowell. Presentation by Harold Cox. Direct from Radiolympia
15.00 Troise And His Mandoliers 
with Percy Manchester and Emilio, the boy accordionist. And C. H. Middleton. Direct from Radiolympia
15.30 Oscar Rabin And His Romany Band
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)
21.05 'Bits And Pieces' 
A Light Entertainment, with Jackie Billings and Diana Chase, Bobbie Kimber, Robin Hood and Shelagh Furley, Edward Cooper, and Charles Heslop, with Brian Oulton, Noel Dainton, and David Marsh in Sticky Business, by Peter Parker. The BBC Television Orchestra. Leader, Boris Pecker. Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum. Production by Reginald Smith
21.35 Cartoon Film 
Wayward Canary
21.40 'Up From The Country' 
Villagers from a sequestered corner of Essex come to the studio to hear their own voices being broadcast in the National programme. They are recorded in John Pudney's A Modern Pastoral, a feature programme in sound about how electricity came to a village
22.10 Interest Film 
Fingers and Thumbs
22.25-22.40 'Coffee Stall' 
A Light Entertainment, with Sunday Wilshin, Mary Lawson, Ed Morelle, John Snuggs, Josh Cairns. Devised by S. E. Reynolds. Production by Eric Fawcett
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