I take it from your reply that you haven't contacted Points Of View. You don't know how the people who actually have done feel about their experience. The points you raised may or may well not be true but if you haven't tested the programme for yourself you are just sitting on the fence. No big deal, just a `point of order'.Hmm..
Points of View, where the questions are selected by a fair minded panel of unbiased experts...
Err... no they aren't, they're selected by the producer, who has his own agenda or more likely that of their masters.
There's always an unbalanced selection of messages of mostly, "effusive praise" of programmes and a few of mild criticism, the latter voiced by someone in seemingly in their dotage.
Excuses are found to include clips of running TV series for promotional purposes.
The programme is a joke.
But the BBC can say that it gives the viewers an opportunity to voice their opinions (but only those which are deemed acceptable).
Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland shouldn't be "imprisoned in the UK."
Hmm.. At the moment they're "imprisoned" by a disproportional number of benefits.
They've as much chance of leaving the UK as Catalonia leaving Spain.
The referendum wasn't "best of three."