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Jennifer Tracey | 18:25 UK time, Monday, 24 November 2008

If the licence fee was to be scrapped, how much would you be willing to pay each year for the BBC in its current form?

BBC - what's it worth to you?

iPM listener Pete Landells says, 'most TV isn't worth wasting time on but I would happily pay my licence fee just for those parts of the BBC Radio output I enjoy'.

It's not a new debate but the future funding of the corporation is clearly under review.

The annual cost of a colour TV licence is currently £139.50. A black and white TV licence is £47.

UPDATE: Thanks for your comments and emails. May we press you a little further? Can you pin down a figure that you'd be prepared to pay each month? This is what we're planning.

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