Oral Answers to Questions — Broadcasting

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  • Reception, South-East England (6 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the unsatisfactory radio reception in South-East England, he is prepared to suspend the collection of licence fees in this area until the...

  • Old Age Pensioners (Wireless Licence Fee) (3 speeches)

    Mr. De la Bère: asked the Postmaster-General whether he will now consider dispensing with the radio licence fee for the old age pensioners over 70 years of age.

  • 285.2 Metre Wavelength (4 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether he has yet received a reply from the Roumanian People's Republic to his representations about their use of wavelength 285.2 metres; and what action he is...

  • Television Service (Breakdowns) (4 speeches)

    Mr. C. I. Orr-Ewing: asked the Postmaster-General how many and what total duration of, breakdowns occurring in the British Broadcasting Corporation Television Service during 1950 were due to...

  • Government Policy (8 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council if he has any statement to make as to the Government's policy for the future of broadcasting.