Young people in the UK: share your thoughts on the BBC

The BBC’s funding will be frozen for the next two years, the government has said, with the licence fee scrapped in 2027.

The broadcaster has signed deals which mean that scores of BBC programmes, including Dr Who and Bodyguard, are shown on other streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.

We would like to hear from under-25s in the UK about their views on the broadcaster’s output. What are the main services you use and why? If you’re part of the 30% that doesn’t access any of its services, what do you use instead?

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