DORA HUGHES (Violin)
by LEONARD H. WARNER
Relayed from St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate
: 'Every dog has his day '—and today the Children's Hour dog has his. He will be sung about by Gwen Knignt. He will be celebrated in Verse aim Fable, and there will also be a ' canine fancy '-' Sport' (from the pen of Jessie Pope)
mHESE being Dog-Days '—according L to ancient superstition, at least programme of this sort seems appropriate. Miss Gwen Knight has sung twice before in the Children's Hour, and again today will sing songs of which she has composed the music.
The Sonatas of Beethoven
SANDY ROWAN (Scotch Comedian)
ANGELA BADDELEY (Cockney Humour)
TONI FARRELL (the Composer-Pianist)
THE RAMBLERS in Harmony
MAX and HARRY NESBITT (Ukulele,
The FAMOUS COMEDIAN
THIS is the first of a new series of talks in which Mr. Basil Maine, the music critic of The Spectator and a writer of authority on musical matters, -will comment on the principal features of the music to be broadcast next week. Taken in conjunction with Mr. Percy Scholes 's annotations in The Radio Times, these talks should be of the utmost value to listeners who feet that the more they understand good music, the more keenly they can enjoy it,
THE escapades of the Wicked Uncle have long been one of the chief delights of the London and Daventry Children's Hour. Tonight he ia presenting a programme of his own selection, and it may contain a few surprises even for those listeners who think they know him well.
By Colonel C. T. DAVIS
OLD MAN DONALDSON ,' a radio character well known to American listeners, has told to his grand-daughter romances of ovei forty precious gems, and their dialogue has been overheard by many thousands of listeners to WJZ, New York. Tonight and next Wednesday Colonel Davis is to appear in his original character in two items from this popular TransAtlantic series.