BBC News and Current Affairs review
The BBC Trust works on behalf of licence fee payers to ensure that the BBC provides high quality services and good value for everyone in the UK. One of the ways we do this is by carrying out an in-depth review of each of the BBC's services at least once every 5 years, and part of the review is a public consultation so we can hear your views.
This time we are reviewing BBC News and Current Affairs.
What the consultation does and does not cover
We will be looking at all News and Current Affairs output that is broadcast or available to the whole of the UK on:
On this occasion we will NOT be reviewing:
How to take part in the consultation
The consultation is open until 13th December 2013 and we must receive your response on or before this date. There are several ways to take part:
|Scroll down and click the Give Us Your Views button below.|
|Download the questionnaire (MS Word file, 283KB), complete & save it on your computer. Then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Print the questionnaire, complete it by hand and post to: BBC News Review, BBC Trust, 180 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5QZ|
Hard copy, audio and braille questionnaires.Please call 0800 0680 116 or textphone 0800 0153 350 to request. Callers must be aged 16 or over and have the bill payer’s permission before calling. A large print version (MS Word file, 296KB) is also available. It can be emailed or posted back to us.
Guidance for Organisations who would like to respond to the consultation can be found here.
Terms of reference for the review can be found here.