Tim Llewellyn

Can the BBC Change?

With BBC's recent credibility troubles and its Royal Charter up for renewal, the network has had to re-examine its role in broadcasting and accountability to the public.

CAMERA OP-ED: Seeing Through the BBC

The trust that listeners place in the BBC's crisply-accented reporters would seemingly be justified by the network's Royal Charter, which requires it to be "a credible, unbiased, reliable, accurate, balanced and independent news service." Unfortunately, the long tradition of anti-Israel and even anti-Jewish bias does seem to have had an impact on the BBC's Middle East coverage.