§ 8. Mr. Bossom
asked the Assistant Postmaster-General why the B.B.C. has been prevented from having records made of important broadcast statements by approved firms at no cost to the taxpayer.
§ Mr. Bossom
Will the Minister do his utmost to induce the B.B.C. to allow historic records of great importance, which a tremendous number of people would like to hear again, to be made available as suggested in my Question? Is he aware that the B.B.C. are now refusing to allow this to be done; and cannot he use his influence in this matter so that the public may benefit as all believed it was the duty of the B.B.C. to permit this?
§ Mr. William Teeling
Does the Assistant Postmaster-General realise that if the B.B.C. are asked for a recording to be made by a private company for themselves, they are flatly refused?