Last Updated on September 25, 2023
Call the BBC head office on the number shown above to go directly through to an operator. Instead of choosing a department by pressing a number from a pre-recorded list, you can tell the operator your reason for calling the BBC. This could be to discuss any BBC programmes or services, including booking tours or tickets for a show. Ask to talk to the recruitment team about vacancies or training schemes. You might be calling about supplying, commissioning, or partnerships. Contact the media centre for resources and information from the BBC press office. You can give feedback on the BBC.
BBC Broadcasting House
The BBC headquarters are in Marylebone in London. By car, turn off the A501 at Park Crescent onto the A4201, or approach from the south along Regent Street. The BBC has its own underground car park, but you may not be able to access this. The closest place to park is Q-Park Harley Street a few minutes away by foot, costing £7.50 an hour. There are several tube stations within 10-15 minutes’ walk, covering the major lines. These include Regent’s Park for Bakerloo, Great Portland Street for Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan, Warren Street for Northern and Victoria, and Oxford Circus for Central. New Cavendish Street bus stop is only around the corner for the 88, 453, and C2.