Viewers' opinions on the coverage of events by BBC News, addressed by the decision makers.
How do broadcasters show the horror of war without crossing the line on disturbing images?
As more Britons travel to Syria, has BBC coverage been too sympathetic and excessive?
Did Panorama's allegations about doping in athletics stand up to scrutiny?
Guest presenter Steve Hewlett asks John Simpson about reporting on ISIS.
What issues of taste, decency and language are raised by crime reporting on TV?
Did the BBC focus too much on opinion polls in its election campaign coverage?
What have we learnt from the series of BBC interviews with political party leaders?
Has the BBC's election campaign coverage of the SNP been proportionate?
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?
Viewers' opinions on the coverage of major stories by BBC News.
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.