29 July 1939

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BBC Television

Source: Radio Times July 21, 1939.

11.00-12.00 Demonstration Film
15.00 Aquatic Sports At Roehampton Club 
The final visit. Swimming, including a display of trick diving by Frank Foster and Tony Zukas, televised direct from Roehampton Swimming Pool
15.20 'In Our Garden'  
C. H. Middleton in the Television Garden, Alexandra Palace
15.35 Cartoon Film 
Mickey's Mechanical Man
15.40 News Film 
British Movietonews
15.50-16.00 Aquatic Sports at Roehampton Club 
(continued) A demonstration of kayak rolling televised direct from Roehampton Swimming Pool
20.00 National Programme 
(sound only)
21.00-22.25 'Prison Without Bars' 
Nova Pilbeam in a Tragi-Comedy of Youth by Peggy Barwell. Adapted from a play by Gina Kaus and Otto Edgar Eis, from an idea by Hilde Koveloff. With Jill Esmond, Sebastian Shaw, Margaret Yarde, and Margaret Dulac, Shelagh Furley, Eleanor Hallam, Ann Morrison, Ethel Ramsay, Sylvia Saetre, Jean Shepeard, Merle Tottenham, Selma Vaz Dias. Production by Moultrie R. Kelsall. To be repeated an Tuesday, August 8. Prison Without Bars was one of the most successful French films ever shown in this country. So successful indeed that an English version of it was made with the famous Corinne Luchaire in her original part. During the making of this film she appeared in 'Picture Page'. Nova Pilbeam, who will take Corinne Luchaire's part, makes her first television appearance. Prison Without Bars tells the story of a girls' reformatory and what happens when a new superintendent comes to change the harshness of the old regime. Jill Esmond is playing this part, and Sebastian Shaw that of the young doctor with whom Nova Pilbeam, as one of the reformatory's occupantats, falls in love.
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