§ 57. Mr. DOUGLAS HACKING
asked the Postmaster-General whether he will make representations to the Soviet Government of Russia requesting that country to comply with the international regulations of wave length so that her broadcasting will not interfere with that from stations in this country?
§ The POSTMASTER - GENERAL (Mr. Lees-Smith)
The transmissions from Russian broadcasting stations do not, so far as I am aware, interfere with the reception of programmes from broadcasting stations in this country. Except in the case of a low-power station in Russia, which for this purpose may be ignored, there is ample separation between the wavelengths of British and Russian stations. In these circumstances, there does not appear to be any ground for representations to the Soviet Government.
§ Commander O. LOCKER-LAMPSON
Do these arrangements in Russia, in 1418 fact, comply with the international arrangements?