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Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport

– in the House of Commons at 2:30 pm on 20th July 2009.

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  • Digital Radio Switchover (15 speeches)

    What his most recent assessment is of progress on digital radio switchover; and if he will make a statement.

  • Free Theatre Initiative (4 speeches)

    How many tickets have been distributed through the free theatre initiative.

  • Digital Radio Switchover (6 speeches)

    If he will continue to provide for analogue radio broadcasting beyond 2015.

  • Tourism Industry (8 speeches)

    What steps his Department is taking to support the tourism industry in the south-west.

  • Sport (Young People) (12 speeches)

    What steps his Department is taking to encourage participation in sporting activity by young people who have left school.

  • Bingo Industry (8 speeches)

    What recent representations he has received on the future of the bingo industry; and if he will make a statement.

  • Digital Television Switchover (4 speeches)

    What lessons learned from digital switchover in the Border TV region will be used in planning for switchover in other regions.

  • Pub Industry (6 speeches)

    What recent representations he has received from the public house industry on the future of that industry; and if he will make a statement.

  • Museums (8 speeches)

    What assessment has been made of the effect of his Department's renaissance programme on regional museums in (a) England and (b) the east of England.

  • Broadcasting Bill (6 speeches)

    What plans he has for pre-legislative scrutiny of the broadcasting Bill.

  • Video Games (36 speeches)

    What recent discussions he has had with pan-European game information on the age classification of video games.