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Television Reception, Leeds

Volume 481: debated on Wednesday 29 November 1950

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91.

asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware of the interference suffered in reception by television users in Leeds; and whether he will take steps to have this fault corrected.

Yes. Four outstanding cases are under investigation. Leeds is well outside the range at which consistently reliable reception can be expected from either of the existing television stations and conditions should be greatly improved when the B.B.C.'s Holme Moss transmitter has been brought into service.