We want everyone to enjoy our website so we work hard to make sure it's accessible to people of all abilities. We also think it's important to take our own medicine, so we follow our own Accessibility Guardianship programme to help us do it.
How to get the most from our website
Our website works on a range of different screen sizes, and you can change the size of text to make it easier to read. You can find out how to do this, as well as make other useful changes in your browser, by visiting the BBC My Web My Way website.
How to report a problem with our website
We’ve built this website to conform with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make websites more accessible to people with disabilities, and we believe they also help make our website easier to use for everyone.
We know our website changes regularly though, and so we’re always looking out for ways to make it even better. If there is information you think should be included on this page, or if you experience any difficulty accessing this site, then please contact us.
If you’re not sure how to make a suggestion or report a problem, we recommend reading contacting organisations about inaccessible websites for friendly advice.
Our accessibility statement was issued on 10th November 2010. We monitor our accessibility status continuously, but will formally review this statement in 2012.