A specific programme complaint
We understand that people may have concerns about programmes on TV or radio. It is important that we know audiences’ opinions. Our Broadcasting Code has rules which broadcasters must follow.
Ofcom may not be the right regulator to complain to: the previous page lists some common areas where other bodies or regulators could be a more appropriate point of contact. Please take another look before submitting your complaint.
We do 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.
If something in a specific radio or television programme that has been broadcast concerns you and you would like to make a complaint please use the link below.
If you believe that you have been treated unfairly in a programme – or that your privacy has been infringed without good reason in the programme or in the way it was made – and you would like to make a complaint, please use the link below.
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