HC Deb 21 March 1927 vol 204 cc49-50W
Colonel DAY

asked the Postmaster-General how many land lines were used,

Hull in the year 1926 by the local authority and by private builders with State assistance, and the total number built without State assistance: and the number in course of erection or arranged for under these headings?


The following statement gives the information for the City of Hull desired by the hon. Member, for the 12 months ended 30th September, 1926, which is the latest period for which figures are available showing the number of houses built without State assistance.

and from what stations in Great Britain, for the purpose of broadcasting by relay President Coolidge's speech to Congress?

Viscount WOLMER

Three land lines were used on the occasion in question, namely, one between the receiving station at Keston and the British Broadcasting Corporation's headquarters at Savoy Hill, London; another between Savoy Hill and the London broadcasting station in Oxford Street; and a third between Savoy Hill and the Daventry broadcasting station.

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