The BBC Trust exists to get the best out of the BBC for licence fee payers. Audience Councils form a vital link between the Trust and the public. During the past year, Audience Council England has assessed the services the BBC provides for the English licence fee payer and more widely for audiences across the whole of the UK.
Audience Council England is supported by 12 Regional Panels.
The membership of Audience Council England and its Regional Panels aims to reflect as fully as possible the diversity of the communities in each of the BBC's broadcast regions.
Become a member of Audience Council England
We recruit for new members as necessary. Find out more about recruitment.
Join one of our Regional Panels
Our Regional Panels help us keep in touch with what people around England think about the programmes and services provided by the BBC. They discuss local, regional and national programming, help us when we take part in Trust consultations, and identify on-going concerns for audiences.
The BBC Trust consults licence payers through consultations. Current consultations can be found here.
If you would like to find out more about our work, you can get in touch by post or email.
Comments about BBC programmes
If you have a question or comment specifically about a BBC programme or service, you can contact BBC Information via the website or by writing to the address below;
BBC Audience Services
PO Box 1922