Viewers' opinions on the coverage of major stories by BBC News.
Was this week's BBC Opposition Leaders' Debate fair to all political parties?
How is BBC News trying to appeal to younger voters in its election campaign coverage?
Are older people too often represented by cliches of zimmer frames and gnarled hands?
Did BBC News go over the top this week about Jeremy Clarkson's suspension?
Why has the BBC's regional news got shorter at lunchtime and longer at night?
Has the BBC been exaggerating the problems in the NHS?
How has the Freedom of Information Act been used by BBC journalists?
Reaction from users to the new personalised BBC News app.
Was Tuesday's Democracy Day across BBC outlets a good use of news airtime?
Has the BBC been shy of showing the Charlie Hebdo cover cartoon of Muhammad?
How did the BBC decide which images to show of the attack by gunmen in Paris?
Newsnight's Evan Davis on the stand-off between politicians and interviewers.
As ISIS kills another hostage, what are the challenges of reporting terrorism?
Is the BBC reporting gossip or facts in its coverage of Ed Miliband's difficulties?
Examining coverage of an Ebola survivor and of the Virgin Galactic crash.
As the BBC screens an appeal over Ebola, does fundraising get in the way of journalism?
How do news broadcasters get the tone of their coverage of the Ebola epidemic right?
Are plans for televised leaders' debates at the next General Election fair to all parties?
How do broadcasters avoid compassion fatigue, when there's so much bad news to report?
Was BBC coverage of George Clooney's wedding too gushing?