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Although we'd like to be able to answer all your questions about BBC TV programmes, answering so many queries would cost us a lot of time and money (both of which we'd prefer to spend on our programmes) so we ask you to try to find the answer yourself before sending us an email.
The best place to start is with the programme's webpage, if it has one. Use the search box above to find these.
There may also be information about the programme elsewhere on the web. We'd suggest using a search engine to find this.
Alternatively, you may like to ask other BBC viewers at the Points of View messageboard, or other web forums. Other viewers may well be able to find answers quicker for you than we can - for example, they may be able to instantly identify a piece of music or a location which would take us several days to track down.
For other enquiries, visit the BBC Help website. Please note that in most cases you will not receive a personal reply, but all emails are read.
If you'd like to discuss BBC TV programmes with other viewers visit the Points of View message board.
To make a complaint visit the Complaints site.
For other comments, visit the BBC Help website. Please note that in most cases you will not receive a personal reply, but all emails are read.
To find out which BBC shows are looking for contestants or contributors, visit Be On A Show.
For tickets to recordings of BBC shows, visit Tickets.
To book a tour of BBC Television Centre or find out how to visit other BBC premises, visit BBC Tours.
Please visit BBC Reception Advice for information and advice.
Please visit the BBC's commissioning website.
Please visit the About the BBC website.
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