§ 70. Mr. GROTRIAN
asked the Postmaster-General whether any attempts have been made by amateur organisations in this country, and, if so, of what nature and with what result, to carry on broadcasting among the different members?
§ 72. Major AINSWORTH
asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been called to the broadcasting of a regular entertainment by an amateur station at Manchester; and what action, if ally, has been taken in the matter, in view of the terms of the licence issued to the British Broadcasting Corporation?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
My attention has recently been called to a case in which an experimental wireless station has been used for the transmission of concerts. The licensees claim that these conoarts are necessary for the purpose of scientific experiments which they are conducting; but I am not satisfied on this point, and I have asked them to discontinue the concerts until the matter 755 has been considered in the light of certain information which I have requested them to furnish.