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            2. Contact Editorial Policy

              If you are making programmes or other content for the BBC, either in house or for an Independent company the Editorial Policy team are available to offer advice on how to interpret and work within the Editorial Guidelines.

              The earlier potentially contentious content is referred the better. It is a good idea to discuss your query with your editor or manager before contacting us.

              Telephone Editorial Policy: 020 8008 1819 available 24 hours a day. From BBC offices call (02) 81819.   Please refer to our Gateway page for further details on how to contact the duty adviser at present.        

              The Director Editorial Policy and Standards is David Jordan. Some editorial policy issues must be referred to him. Some other editorial policy issues must be referred to Chief Adviser Politics (Ric Bailey). For more details see the lists of Mandatory Referrals in each section of the Editorial Guidelines.

              Members of staff can find a full list of the Editorial Policy Advisers and their contact details on our Gateway page.

              The postal address for Editorial Policy is:

              BC2 A1, BBC Broadcast Centre

              201 Wood Lane

              London W12 7TP

              Email editorial.policy.adviser@bbc.co.uk

              If you are looking for other information about the BBC go to About The BBC or phone BBC information on 03700 100 222. (UK-wide rate charged at no more than 01/02 geographic numbers. Calls may be recorded for training purposes.)

              If you wish to make a complaint about the BBC or its content go to the complaints website.

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