29 August 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times August 25, 1939.

11.00-12.00 'Come And Be Televised' 
Interviewer, Jasmine Bligh. Direct from Radiolympia
15.00 'The Ringer' 
by Edgar Wallace. Cast in order of appearance: Divisional Detective Inspector Wembury - Harold Warrender, Central Detective Inspector Bliss - Ralph Truman, Colonel Walford - Neville Brook, Samuel Hackitt - Ivor Barnard, Maurice Meister - Franklin Dyall, Dr. Lomond - Henry Oscar, Cora Ann Milton - Judy Kelly, Mary Lenley - Lydia Sherwood, John Lenley - Norman Claridge, Station Sergeant Carter - Joe Cunningham, Benny - Peter Ashmore, Policemen and Detectives: Richard George, David Storm, and Reginald Peldon, Mrs. Hackitt - Phyllis Morris, P.C. Field - Eric Noels. Production by Royston Morley
16.30-17.00 The Zoo 
(Details as Monday, 16.00)
20.00 Regional Programme 
(sound only)
21.00 Harry S. Pepper presents 'The Kentucky Minstrels' 
Book written and remembered by Harry S. Pepper and C. Denier Warren. With Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch, C. Denier Warren, Nosmo King, Adelaide Hall, Percy Manchester, Bobby Howell and his Band, Troise and the Kentucky Banjo Team, The Kentucky Male Voice. Choir Choirmaster, David Evans. Direct from Radiolympia
21.30 Tom Webster 
draws some sporting cartoons
21.40 Derek Oldham 
sings with The BBC Television Orchestra
21.50 News Film 
British Movietonews
22.00-22.20 Intimate Cabaret 
with Oliver Wakefield (comedian), Irene Prador (songs), Lucille and Frank (dancers)
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