BBC Contact Number: 03700 100 222

Contact the BBC by dialling their national telephone number 03700 100 222 for upcoming television programmes, to make a complaint about a broadcast and to submit a story to your local news team.


General enquiries – 03700 100 222

Phone the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on their UK contact number 03700 100 222 for general enquiries about upcoming television programmes, for support when paying for a TV licence and to notify them of service outages in your area. Moreover you can dial this helpline to submit a story to your local news network, for instance to report severe traffic build-up on a motorway in your area. Furthermore you can call BBC agents on this number to apply to be in the audience for one of their live programmes such as Newsnight, The Graham Norton Show and Have I Got News For You.

Calls to the BBC are charged at standard rates, which typically consist of a per-minute rate plus an access charge as stipulated by your provider. However you are also able to contact the BBC for free if you have inclusive minutes as part of your landline or mobile tariff. Lines are open from 9am-5pm daily however these opening hours may be reduced during UK bank holidays.


Give feedback about a BBC programme – 0370 410 1060

Contact the BBC on their dedicated feedback phone number 0370 410 1060 to give your views about a recently-aired programme, including making complaints about sound quality and plot. Similarly if swearing was broadcast before the 9pm watershed time or a political show demonstrated unfair bias you can call this helpline to voice your displeasure.


BBC contact numbers

Department Phone number
General enquiries 03700 100 222
Feedback & complaints 0370 410 1060
BBC Cymru Wales 03703 500 700
Technical & engineering enquiries 03700 100 123


BBC postal address

You may send your general enquiries to the BBC in writing by posting your letters to their audience services address in Darlington:

BBC Audience Services,
PO Box 1922,
DL3 0UR,
United Kingdom.