BBC forced to pay damages and legal bills estimated at £900,000 after making spurious allegations against IVF doctor Mohamed Tarasinni.
BBC admits its allegations were untrue, paying an estimated £1,000,000 in damages and legal fees to Marcucci over infected blood products story.
BBC forced to pay an estimated £4,000,000 in legal fees and damages after losing case against American drug company regarding sleeping pills.
BBC makes unreserved apology after accusing to Conservative party figures of being Nazi supporters, paying an estimated £1,000,000 in legal fees and damages.
BBC were investigated by Merseyside police after allegations they had sensationalised the episode by paying a teenager to pose with guns and ammunition for the program.
BBC forced to apologise after complaint upheld after the program distorted known facts with regards to treating children with ADHD.
Panorama criticised for lack of journalistic balance by repeatedly refused Ryanair's offer of an unedited interview, either live or pre-recorded.
Following complaints, the BBC’s own Editorial Complaint Unit concluded the program "gave a misleading impression of the state of scientific opinion on the issue" of WiFi.
David Mills, Panorama producer, quit the show describing it as “dishonest” and claiming “investigative journalism at the BBC is over."
The BBC apologised and handed back a prestigious award it won for a Panorama programme after an investigation found it "more likely than not" included faked footage of child labour.
The program makers were accused by a Jewish Community Leader of “concocting a false story” and an “unethical form of journalism” in its “sensationalist agenda” to create a fake narrative.
The BBC was forced to apologise and pay “substantial” damages to Gino Santin following false accusations of corruption with regards to football transfer.
The BBC paid “undisclosed” damages and issued an apology to a charity boss after displaying a photograph within the program that gave a false impression of a relationship that didn’t exist.