What are some topics the BBC is particularly interested in receiving questions or comments about?
The BBC is particularly interested in receiving questions or comments about current events, politics, science and technology, culture and entertainment, and social issues.
How does the BBC use the information provided in the form (name, age, location)?
The BBC uses the information provided in the form (name, age, location) to understand the diversity of its audience and to tailor its content and programming to better serve their needs.
Is there a specific format or length requirement for submitting questions or comments?
There is no specific format or length requirement for submitting questions or comments. The BBC welcomes all types of contributions, whether they are short and to the point or longer and more detailed.
Are you passionate about a specific topic and want to share your thoughts with the BBC? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to submit your questions or comments to the BBC.
If you are unable to see the form on the page, don't worry, we've got you covered. Just follow these simple steps:
Visit the mobile version of the BBC website.
Look for the form specifically designed for submitting questions or comments.
Fill out the form with your name, age, and location. Providing this information helps the BBC understand the diversity of its audience.
Hit the submit button and voila!
Alternatively, you can also email your question or comment directly to HaveYourSay@bbc.co.uk.
We understand that some readers may encounter difficulties accessing the form. In such cases, visiting the mobile version of the BBC website is a great workaround. If that's not a viable option for you, sending an email is just as effective.
So go ahead and make your voice heard! The BBC welcomes your questions, comments, and opinions.