The start of the American Combined Operation offensive against the Japanese
Film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
(Previously televised on December 1)
A documentary programme about the training of student nurses.
"The nurse who builds upon the new foundations with a tender care and with an ever watchful eye. Under her skilled hand the weakened fabric grows strong once more, and her reward is greater than any builder's, for it lies in an unbounded gratitude" (H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, December 5, 1951)
London's Windmill Theatre invites you to its twenty-first anniversary party to meet artists from past and present productions, including:
Alfred Marks, Robert Moreton, Margot Holden, Beth Ross, Beryl Catlin, Jimmy Lamb, John Law and the Windmill Girls.
Introduced by Leslie Mitchell.
See 'Television Diary,' page 15
Orchestra conducted by:
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