HC Deb 03 June 1935 vol 302 cc1535-6W

asked the Postmaster-General whether, seeing that the time has now elapsed for the public to make representations to the committee on the future of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and seeing that the recent appointment of Mr. Siepman does not comply with the general desire of the people in Wales that their regional station should be managed by a staff with thorough knowledge of the Welsh language and culture, he will himself represent to the committee the necessity of including this subject in their investigations?


I understand that the committee have agreed to receive evidence from the Welsh Parliamentary party, and the matter could no doubt be mentioned at the hearing if so desired.

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