The BBC Audience Council will be holding an informal discussion on BBC services at The Playhouse on Wednesday 9 December from 1.30pm - 2.45pm.
The Audience Council is especially interested to hear views on BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle and local BBC news and current affairs services, to help inform a BBC Trust review of the services this year that will consider how well they are performing for their audiences and how they might develop in the future.
This is also an important time for the BBC with its current Charter coming to an end in 2016, and a Government-led process of Charter Review about the future of the BBC now underway.
Join the discussion with an opportunity to have your say on the BBC programmes and services that are important to you.
The Audience Council is an advisory body of the BBC Trust, and works to help ensure that the interests and needs of local audiences in Northern Ireland are at the heart of decision-making at the BBC.
All are welcome. Whether you are a regular, or occasional, viewer and listener, BBC welcomes your views - whether positive, negative or somewhere in between - and we look forward to seeing you.