Reporter death: Handling of complaints 'not good enough'
The BBC's handling of complaints from a journalist who is thought to have killed himself was "not good enough", an inquiry has found.
Russell Joslin, a radio reporter for BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, died in hospital last October aged 50.
He had complained to managers of sexual harassment by a female colleague, which his family said dated back to 2007.
David Silito reports.
27 Mar 2013