bbc-trustThe BBC Trust want your views on the BBC and what it should do in the future.
Every ten years there is a review which considers what the BBC should do, which helps shape what it does in the future.
The Government has begun this process, which is called Charter Review, by launching a consultation.

At the BBC Trust, our role is to represent licence fee payers, and we want to ensure that your views are taken into account by the Government as it considers what the BBC of the future should look like. This is an opportunity for you to join the debate and to help shape the BBC.

We want to make sure that you have your say about the BBC now and how this might impact on Tomorrow’s BBC.

There are16 questions. Please answer as many or as few questions as you want.

To request a questionnaire in audio or braille please call 0800 0680 116 FREE or Textphone 03700 100 212.

Data Protection
The BBC complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. The BBC Trust will securely store any personal information you provide such as your name, address, email address and your organisation and use it only for the purposes of administering this consultation. You can find more information on the BBC’s privacy policy at

This consultation is being run by Delib and ICM Unlimited on behalf of the BBC Trust. Any personal data you provide will be processed by Delib and ICM in line with the BBC’s instructions. If you submit information via the online form, Delib will set some cookies on your computer. You can find out more about these cookies at

The BBC is covered by the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If a request is made under the Act in relation to this consultation, the BBC may be required to disclose the information unless an exemption under the Act applies. For more information, see


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