I hope others have written in similar terms (a complaint to the BBC):
I write to complain (and expect a response) about the way in which an interview this evening (30th October) allowed a story about the horrific and tragic murders in Pittsburgh to be woven in to the questionable narrative of anti-semitism in the Labour Party. Lord Winston, interviewed on the PM programme was not challenged to justify his remarks - indeed, if anything, Caroline Quinn encouraged these remarks. Could the BBC explain how the Labour Party has contributed to the actions of the murderer in Pittsburgh? Or for that matter any example of anti-semitic violence in the UK? Much of the narrative about Labour has been soundly debunked by those who care to investigate it, but the BBC seems to have cloth ears when it comes to the need to ensure a proper balance - which means more than simply getting a statement from the Labour Party press office. The BBC is failing in its duty to maintain a proper balance. I want answers to the points above I have made please.
No doubt another response will come, making the assumption that listeners to the BBC's news output are simply too thick to appreciate their divinity.