Please be aware that during election periods, Ofcom operates a fast track process, to ensure that all complaints about election coverage are assessed and, where necessary, investigated as quickly as possible. All broadcasters are aware that Ofcom expects them to engage with complainants, and Ofcom, on short timescales during this time.
For complaints about BBC TV or radio programmes or programmes watched on BBC iPlayer, you should complain to the BBC first.
Other than in exceptional circumstances, Ofcom only considers complaints about BBC programmes where the complainant has already complained to the BBC. When you reach our complaint form you will be asked for details of the BBC’s investigation and a BBC reference number.
If you wish to complain about a programme which has not yet been broadcast, please contact the BBC in the first instance.
Make a complaint about something you’ve seen or heard on a BBC channel or radio station.
If you believe that you were treated unfairly and/or your privacy was infringed in a BBC programme.
Information on how to make a complaint about subtitling, signing or audio description.
Information on how to make a complaint about something else.