A listener complained that a homeopath who was interviewed on the programme was allowed to make the misleading claim that an organisation working in Tanzania had successfully treated patients using homeopathic remedies.
The presenter appeared to endorse the claims that were made for the efficacy of homeopathic remedies and failed to challenge the assertion that homeopathic remedies had been effective in treating patients with a range of medical conditions, including the side effects of HIV medication. As there is no scientific support for them, such claims are controversial and the item fell short of due impartiality
The finding was discussed with the presenter and producer, and all the station's non-news programme teams have been reminded of their commitment to due impartiality in all interviews.
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