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Last Updated: Tuesday, 6 November 2007, 12:49 GMT

How to take part in NewsWatch

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If you have strong opinions about news programmes on the BBC, you can put the people who make them on the spot.

NewsWatch is presented by Raymond Snoddy and brings viewers face to face with editors and executives to discuss issues raised on TV news and current affairs shows.

As well as putting their points directly to those in charge, members of the public can go behind the scenes to find out how editorial decisions are made.

BBC News channel: Every Friday at 2045 BST
Repeated Saturdays at 0745 BST on Breakfast on BBC One

Whether it's the News at Six, Breakfast, Panorama or your regional news, we want to hear your comments on everything from the subjects they cover to what they look like.

How to get in touch

Phone: You can leave a message on 0370 010 6676 (it will cost the same as a geographical call from an 01 or 02 number). Don't forget to leave your own phone number so we can contact you.

Letter: Write to us at NewsWatch, Room 4252, BBC TV Centre, London W12 7RJ.

E-mail: Use the form below to tell us what you think.

Your E-mail address
Phone number

NewsWatch may contact you as a result of your e-mail, or may use your written comments and name on air - please state if you do not wish this to happen. Your details will not be given to anyone outside the BBC.

BBC News Newswatch Friday 20:45 on BBC News 24 and Saturday 07:45 Breakfast