(Previously televised on Monday and Tuesday)
The allied assault on Europe from the south-from the conquest of Sicily to the fall of Rome - including the hard-fought landings at Salerno and Anzio.
Film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
(Previously televised on January 26)
The Cow that Blew her Horn
The story by John Cadell with pictures by Harry Rutherford.
Tomu and Princess Salli
Colonel R.C. Duncan, C.I.E., M.V.O., shows you his two Tibetan dogs and tells the story of how he was given them when visiting the Abbot of the Boddnalh Temple in Nepal.
Look at This
The last programme in this series for the young scientist.
A comedy thriller for April Fools' Day by Owen Holder.
Most of the action takes place in the living room of a country house some distance from London.
Organised by the Sportsmen's Aid Society.
A visit to the Arsenal Stadium to see part of the second half of this charity football match.
[Starring] Arthur Askey
with Diana Decker, Dickie Henderson and a guest artist.
Alan Moncrieff, Nuffield Professor of Child Health, University of London, gives the first of a short series of talks on the art of bringing up children.
A film of the work of the fifteenth-century Polish sculptor whose masterpiece, a great wooden altar with more than a hundred figures, was created for Cracow Cathedral.
(Not Alexandra Palace)
10.28 app. Historic Houses of England: Cobham Hall, Kent
(Previously televised on July 27, 1952)
and at 10.38 (app.) News (sound only)
(Alexandra Palace only)