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Following the successful experiment in Parliamentary broadcasting in June 1975, the House of Commons and the House of Lords have both approved the permanent broadcasting of their proceedings on radio. On this historic first day of the new permanent arrangements. BBC Radio goes 'live' to the Commons for the whole of 'Question Time '.
Introduction: David Holmes the BBC's Political Editor, sets today's scene with Patrick Hannan, the BBC's Welsh Political Correspondent.
The Rt Hon Michael Foot, MP, Leader of the House of Commons, discusses points of special interest and significance.
2.34* Question Time
Questions to the Secretary of State for Wales, The Rt Hon John Morris, QC, MP.
3.10* Questions to the Minister of State to the Civil Service Department, The Rt Hon Charles Morris, MP.
3.20* Questions to the Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House The Rt Hon Michael Foot, MP

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Executive producer: Bernard Tate

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