I was offended by a TV programme. What can I do about it?
Ofcom does not watch or listen to programmes before they are broadcast.
If you would like to complain about a programme that has yet to be broadcast, you should contact the broadcaster directly.
If the programme has been broadcast and you have concerns about it then you may make a complaint.
You can complain using the complaint form on the Ofcom website.
We cannot consider complaints about accuracy in BBC TV and radio news or complaints about impartiality in BBC TV and radio programmes.
These complaints have to be dealt with by the BBC.
To learn more about the complaints process, read our guide on how to complain about a TV or radio programme
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