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What does the BBC do?

Breaking news, sport, TV, radio and a whole lot more. The BBC informs, educates and entertains - wherever you are, whatever your age.

Do you have a story for BBC South East Today?

Have you got a story? If you have a story for BBC South East Today, please call us on 01892 675580, email southeasttoday@bbc.co.uk or get in touch via our Facebook page or on Twitter, @bbcsoutheast. Sharing details of help and support from organisations and individuals in your area who are working hard to make things easier for you.

How do I contact have your say at BBC News?

Email us at haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk. Send an SMS or MMS to +44 7624 800100. Follow Have Your Say on Twitter. Why you can trust BBC News

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Who really controls the BBC?

Well yes, and no. The government controls it through a board that they appoint in the same way that shareholders would appoint a board of governors to manage their Company. In that sense they own it. The BBC is funded by a compulsory tax on televisions.

How can I contact the BBC?

How can I contact the BBC? We know that at this time you may have many questions to help keep yourself and those around you safe. BBC News is providing extensive coverage and information about the pandemic and answering common questions (you can get in touch by emailing YourQuestions@bbc.co.uk or using the hashtag #BBCYourQuestions on Twitter).

How can I comment on a news story on the BBC?

How can I comment on a news story? To comment on selected news stories on the BBC News website, make sure youre signed in to your BBC account. For information on setting up or using your BBC account, visit the Creating & Using Your Account page on the Using the BBC website.

How do I contact BBC Newsline?

You can text the word Newsline followed by your comments to 63399. Or you can phone us on 03704 111 630. Or you can send us an email to bbcnewsline@bbc.co.uk. Alternatively, if you have a story for our District Journalists you can call us on 0845 304 0333.

How do I use WhatsApp to contact the BBC?

By using WhatsApp, you can share your stories and eyewitness accounts to the BBC in a quick and easy way using audio, text messages and images. To start using the app, simply download WhatsApp on to your smartphone free from the internet. Then add our WhatsApp number +44 (0) 7756 165803 to your phones contact list.

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