BBC statement in response to inquiries about forthcoming documentary Storyville - India’s Daughter

Date: 04.03.2015     Last updated: 04.03.2015 at 15.17
In response to inquiries about a forthcoming documentary, Storyville – India’s Daughter, which will be shown on BBC Four, the BBC has issued the following statement.

This harrowing documentary, made with the full support and co-operation of the victim’s parents, provides a revealing insight into a horrific crime that sent shock waves around the world and led to protests across India demanding changes in attitudes towards women.

The film handles the issue responsibly and we are confident the programme fully complies with our editorial guidelines. The BBC will broadcast Storyville – India’s Daughter, in the UK on BBC Four. The documentary has the backing of a number of other public service broadcasters, however the BBC is only responsible for transmission of the film in the UK.

**Update** – further statement from BBC regarding the UK broadcast of Storyville – India’s Daughter

Given the intense level of interest in the Storyville film India’s Daughter, we have brought transmission forward to 10pm tonight, 4 March, on BBC Four to enable viewers to see this incredibly powerful documentary at the earliest opportunity.

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