BBC COM­PLAINTS PRO­CE­DURE

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When­ever I com­plain about of­fen­sive con­tent, I re­ceive an iden­ti­cal re­ply, which is why I ap­plaud the Ra­dio 4 pre­sen­ter, Roger Bolton, for lay­ing bare the truth about what is hap­pen­ing at the BBC on the re­li­gious front. He be­lieves it is essen­tial for the pub­lic, es­pe­cially young peo­ple and im­mi­grants “to un­der­stand the cru­cial on­go­ing role of Chris­tian­ity in the for­ma­tion of Bri­tish culture”, stress­ing re­li­gious pro­gram­ming should be more in­volved with pro­mot­ing knowl­edge and un­der­stand­ing.

Com­plain­ing to the BBC is a mean­ing­less af­fair with no hope of a rea­soned re­sponse — rather like press­ing the but­ton on this mouse trap!

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