Miss B. Kelly and Mr. M. Snapper bring their team of jumping Alsatians to the camera.
This team consists of four dogs, who possess what must be truly called canine genius. Viewers will see them jump a fence and do the usual hoop stunts. Two of them, Coona and Mikeve, are particularly clever: the former can recognise the letters of the alphabet and the latter would be the envy of an Olympic games athlete - he can jump nine feet six inches high and a length of thirty feet.
Major Faudel-Phillips gives a demonstration of...
Show pony jumping at its best is a beautiful sight, and this afternoon viewers will see three or four clever child riders. Major Faudel-Phillips has broadcast in the Children's Hour, and listeners will remember his expert commentaries during the last three years at the Olympia Horse Show.
Only twenty-four years of age, Lisa Minghetti has already had a brilliant career. Her main studies were at the Akademie fur Musik in Vienna, her native city, where she studied under Jacques Thibaud and Carl Flesch. Since then she has appeared in almost every important musical centre in Europe. In London she recently played Max Bruch's Violin Concerto, No. 1 in G minor, at a Promenade Concert.
A Pageant reconstructing parts of yesterday's Lord Mayor's Show illustrating the Development of Military Uniform and Equipment of the Trained Bands of the City of London.
1. Bills, Bows, and Handguns (Henry VIII -1539)
2. Morris Pikes and Calivers (Elizabeth - 1588)
3. Pikes and Matchlocks (Charles I- 1641)
4. Hand Grenades and Bayonets (Queen Anne-1710)
5. Brown Bess Muskets (George III - 1799)
6. Muzzle-loading Rifles (George III - 1803)
7. Present Day
A Band of Fifes, Hautboys, and Courtails playing music of the periods
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