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Television Programmes (Supervision)

Volume 722: debated on Tuesday 14 December 1965

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asked the Postmaster-General, in view of the necessity to encourage the virtues of purity and dignity in this country, if he will introduce legislation to amend the British Broadcasting Corporation Licence and Agreement in order to oblige the British Broadcasting Corporation to exercise stricter supervision over television programmes.

WomenTotalPercentage of Women
Scottish Probation Advisory and Training Council52025
After Care Council41625
Scottish Economic Planning Council0250
Consultative Committee on the Curriculum42317
Regional Hospital Boards—
(i) Re-appointed members42417
(ii) New members2219·5
Livingston Development Corporation1812·5
Scottish Tourist Board*0170
Central Advisory Committee for Scotland on Justices of the Peace†1147
Red Deer Commission0130
Scottish Advisory Council on Child Care61833
Highlands and Islands Development Board060
* The Secretary of State nominates 3 members of a board of 18; one of these places is vacant.
† The Secretary of State appoints the chairman and two other members; one of the latter is a woman.