How do I contact Channel 5 Viewer Enquiries?

Due to the volume of correspondence handled by Viewer Enquiries, we are unable to respond to any enquiries where requested information is available within our FAQs or on our website. If you haven't found the answer to your enquiry within our FAQs, or if you have a complaint, then please contact us using one of the following methods:

  • Telephone on: 020 3580 3600 or 03457 05 05 05
  • E-mail using the following address:
  • Write to us at the following postal address:

Viewer Enquiries

Channel 5

17 – 29 Hawley Crescent



Viewer Enquiries is generally open between 9:15am and 5:30pm Monday to Thursday and from 9:15am to 4:00pm on Fridays, though times may vary for training or operational purposes. The office is closed on weekends and on Bank Holidays.

An answering machine service is always available when lines are closed. In particularly busy times during our opening hours we may need to operate an answerphone service. A summary of programme feedback is distributed to Channel 5 staff members each day. 

We aim to answer all correspondence which requires a response within 48 hours. However, when we are busy or if your query requires us to make investigations with other departments or external bodies, this may take a little longer. 

If you are contacting us about My5 and Demand 5 they we recommend that you visit the Help Centre before contacting us. 

All problems received by us are logged and passed to the Technical Operations team for investigation, but we are not in a position to reply to every report. When reporting problems, please ensure you include the following details:

  • The device you are using (e.g. PC, Mac, iPhone, Samsung Smart TV, YouView etc.) with relevant make/model number
  • Browser information (e.g. Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer/Edge, and version number)
  • The specific Show/Series/Episode you’re trying to watch
  • The specific error message you have seen, if any
  • I possible the date and time the error occurred
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