10 things you said about... was the BBC's coverage of Prince Philip's death justified?
The BBC cancelled all their shows on the day of Prince Philip's death.
The BBC received over 100,000 complaints over its coverage of Prince Philip's death - a record in British TV history.
The BBC's scheduling for Friday was completely cleared and the broadcaster eventually had to set up a dedicated webpage for viewers to dislodge their dissatisfaction.
So was their coverage of his death justified?
Here is what you think:
Tony Moody - "Should have just been on BBC One, not the same thing on both channels."
Georgina Nuttall - "It doesn't matter if it was justified, its protocol with royal deaths."
Joanna Wilderspin - "No. They should have had a balance of programmes."
Bernard Goddard - "Yes, of course. Our Monarchy are a much loved institution and deserve our respect."
Dave Jowsey - "Yes, on one channel, but what was the point of exactly the same coverage on BBC Two as well?"
Debra Thomas - "Yes... people didn't miss much, most of it should have been cancelled a long time ago!"
Terry Davies - "One day of respect will hurt no one."
Ian Macfadyen - "I doubt it was the BBC's decision."
Jo Marsden - "It was ONE day, in respect of the greatest consort this country and our monarchy have ever had!"
Angela Wainright - "I think because it was the same footage over and over on most channels, it was not really necessary."
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