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: Architecture: 1: Building a New England

Serge Chermayeff, the joint architect of the Bexhill Pavilion, will discuss the problems with which architecture is faced today, both in relation to town planning and to rural economy and amenities. The talk will be illustrated by models
Serge Chermayeff, who is to introduce this new series today, began life as a journalist. In 1922 he went to Germany to study architecture and afterwards visited the Argentine and Paris. But it was in London that he actually commenced to practise, and his name is now principally associated with his work for Broadcasting House, the Cambridge Theatre, and the new pavilion at Bexhill.


Presenter: Serge Chermayeff
Presented by: Mary Adams

: Extracts from "And So to Bed"

by J.B. Fagan.
[Starring] Yvonne Arnaud

It is more than ten years since Yvonne Arnaud charmed London and New York as Mrs. Pepys in the historical comedy by J.B. Fagan, the playwright who died in 1933. She played this part originally at the Queen's in 1926, with Edmund Gwenn as Samuel Pepys, and later in a revival in 1931 at the Globe.

"And so to Bed" was a footnote that Samuel Pepys used when he had completed each diary entry at the end of the day.


Author: J.B. Fagan
Presented by: G. More O'Ferrall
Mrs Pepys: Yvonne Arnaud

: Billy Thorburn (piano)


Pianist: Billy Thorburn

: Extracts from And So to Bed

by J. B. Fagan.
[Starring] Yvonne Arnaud


Author: J. B. Fagan
Presented by: G. More O'Ferrall
Mrs Pepys: Yvonne Arnaud

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