HC Deb 19 December 1928 vol 223 cc3014-5
62. Commander COCHRANE

asked the Postmaster-General what steps are being taken by the British Broadcasting Corporation to overcome the difficulty experienced by listeners in Fife and other parts of Scotland, who are unable to receive messages from the Daventry station owing to interference from a German station transmitting on 1,649 metres; and whether he is aware that these listeners have already been cut off by interference from the Glasgow and Dundee stations?


I am in communication with the British Broadcasting Corporation on this subject and will communicate with my hon. and gallant Friend when I am in a position to do so. As he is aware, the question of the international regulation of wave lengths presents great difficulties owing to the large number of stations.