Contact BBC South Today by dialling their news-desk phone number 0238 022 6201 for local news stories, to complain about a locally-produced television programme and to get the latest weather reports.

BBC South is the local arm of the BBC which allocates resources for television and news broadcasting on the South Coast of England, thus their area of operations includes the popular seaside town of Bournemouth. The general public can contact their team of journalists by dialling their UK phone number 0238 022 6201 to submit a local story about Bournemouth to feature on their South Today news broadcasts. Similarly if you would like to provide feedback such as complaints about a story featured on the programme you should call this number to complain to their production managers. Moreover if you want the latest updates on traffic reports or weather forecasts you can phone this helpline for a summary. They also produce a select number of programmes to be broadcast on their main television programmes therefore if you would like to submit scripts or ideas for these you can call this helpline to meet with channel directors.

Calls are charged at the same rate as phoning any other 01 or 02 local numbers or national 0300 helplines, therefore you will pay your telephone provider an access charge as well as a per-minute fee. Free inclusive minutes can also be used to make the call which is useful if you have free evening and weekend calls included in your landline tariff.

 

Write to BBC South

You can send letters to the journalist team at BBC South by addressing your letters to their Southampton broadcasting office, alternatively you can send an email to south.today@bbc.co.uk, where you can include pictures as attachments which may feature on the evening’s news broadcast.

BBC South Today,
Broadcasting House,
Havelock Road,
Southampton,
Hampshire,
SO14 7PU,
United Kingdom.