I can't bring myself to start watching BBC News live on TV or the radio again, and I don't have access to iplayer/sounds/whatever so I'll be confining the search to the BBC News channel on youtube - Ukraine playlist here:
I'd like to expose Ofcom's double standards by using their own criteria of demanded of RT which, among other things, required 'due impartiality' on matters of 'major political controversy', including a 'wide range of significant alternative viewpoints' and including the 'perspective of the Ukrainian [or in this case Russian] state and/or military' when, for instance, there is a 'highly critical statement' or a 'contested' interpretation of events.
To make it harder I won't use Ofcom's weaselly tactic of inflating the number of alleged violations by treating repeats of the same programme (albeit with minor changes) as entirely separate.
If anybody would like to pitch in examples, feel free, ideally with a quote of the critical statement(s) which goes unanswered by Russian authorities or others presenting the other side of the story (remembering that RT did in fact present western counter-narratives, but these were not considered sufficient by Ofcom to counter-balance 'highly critical' claims). For example, the very first video I watched:
#1: Explosions rock Ukrainian port hours after grain deal, July 23rd
Newsreader: 'Local reports suggest today's strike damaged port infrastructure. Ukraine says Russia would be to blame if the grain export agreement now collapsed. Moscow has not made any comment on the attack.'
Ambassador Bridget Brink (tweet): 'Outrageous. Russia strikes the port city of Odesa less than 24 hours after signing an agreement to allow shipments of agricultural exports. The Kremlin continues to weaponize food. Russia must be held to account.'
Reporter Paul Adams: 'The spokesman for Ukraine's air defense forces said that the missiles struck at precisely the point where grain was being stored.'
Ukrainian MP for Odessa, Oleksiy Honcharenko: 'We can't believe Russians, and once again they showed to the world that they do not respect any agreements, and that Putin wants as much chaos in the world as possible so he made this brutal attack today [...] he is acting like a terrorist, food terrorist. He took as a hostage hundreds of millions of people throughout the whole planet, those who are starving, those who are suffering from high food prices'.
As Ofcom doesn't accept complaints about the BBC without having first gone through all the levels of their complaints procedure, this will unfortunately be a more symbolic exercise than an actual attempt to get the BBC's license revoked, but I'd be happy with a moral victory in any case.