Sir John Carmichael, K.B.E., ACTING CHAIRMAN
Dame Anne Bryans, D.B.E.
Sir Sidney Caine, K.C.M.G.
Mr. A. C. Cropper, T.D., J.P., D.L.
Mr. J. Alban Davies, J.P.
Mrs Isabel Graham-Bryce
Sir Lucius O’Brien
Professor D. Talbot Rice, M.B.E.
Lord Williamson of Eccleston, C.B.E.
Professor Talbot Rice, Mr. Alban Davies and Sir Lucius O’Brien make the interests of Scotland, of Wales and Monmouthshire, and of Northern Ireland respectively their special care.
Headquarters: 70 Brompton Road, London S.W.3. Knightsbridge 7011
Scotland: 147 West Regent Street, Glasgow C.2. Glasgow City 3130
Wales and the West: Arlbee House, Greyfriars Place, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff. Cardiff 28759
Northern Ireland: 5 Donegal Square South, Belfast. Belfast 30818
The South: 30 Portland Street, Southampton. Southampton 29115
North-East: 32-4 Mosley Street, Newcastle-upom-Tyne. Newcastle 61-0148
East Anglia: Century Insurance Building, 24 Castle Meadow, Norwich. Norwich 23533
South-West: Royal London House, Armada Way, Plymouth. Plymouth 63031
The North: Astley House, Quay Street, Manchester 3. Manchester Blackfriars 2707
The Borders: 4 Victoria Place, Carlisle. Carlisle 25004 (9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.)
The Independent Television Areas at the beginning of 1963 include 96 per cent of the population. The shaded areas are within the “fringe” contours of the Authority’s 22 transmitters (¼ Mv/m). There is, in addition, much satisfactory viewing in the white areas, and in fact it is only in the extreme north and north-west of Scotland and the mountainous centre of Wales that there is no effective provision. The darker shading shows the areas within reach of more than one ITA transmitter.
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