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You can also comment on our programming at Points of View .


For general comments about BBC programmes and scheduling, you can email us here .
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The BBC receives hundreds of questions every day - have a look at our current top ten questions to see whether your query is dealt with there. It could save you time.
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You can find in-depth information on how we've invested your licence fee in our Annual Report and Review .
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BBCi is the new name and look for all our services across the web and interactive TV . We know that fast easy surfing is top priority for most people when they go online or use interactive TV. So we've rethought the structure and presentation of all our web and interactive TV services to make sure they really work for you.


BBCi makes your favourite services and sites accessible and relevant to you - whether you're after the very latest news and analysis, or the hottest gossip from Albert Square. New navigation, design and search features help you find what you want, when you want it. With all the quality and depth you'd expect from the BBC in an innovative, no-nonsense package, BBCi brings you the best of the BBC quickly and easily.


New features include a redesigned homepage (if you haven't seen it, take a look: www.bbc.co.uk ) and a handy navigation bar (the strip at the very top of every page) which takes you directly to key content areas we've found people use most often: TV , Radio , Communicate , and Where I Live .


What is BBCi? explains how to get the most from our new features.
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If you're having problems using any part of BBCi, there's straightforward technical advice at our Help site.


What is BBCi? explains how to get the most from our new features .
Webwise also offers a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide to getting the most from the Internet .

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