After years of this significant History series on contract to the former UKTV History, BBC 2 are showing it during weekday afternoons â well done. As reasonably expected with a âseriesâ, and a numbered series at that, they started at part 1 and continued consecutively. Other than one instance of unprofessional sloppiness where this 4:3 transmission was not transmitted with the appropriate 4:3 digital code for viewing on a 4:3 set, itâs been good. However, on 03/03/09 it was time to show #20. âGenocideâ, and this didnât happen. Consecutive transmission jumped from #19 to #21 - why??? More BBC sloppiness? Inappropriate content? A now âdiscreditedâ edition? Despite the BBC âalledgelyâ being a National public service paid for by us, accountability appears to be low. You can ask, with difficulty, and even perhaps get some sort of answer â maybe, eventually â but as to anything actually being done commensurate with public demandâ¦â¦â¦ Something did happen over the recent Ross/Brand incident, but only after mass outcry pick-up by the media. The WaW item is minor in comparison, but perhaps might at least merit/produce a proper reply if enough asked about it? If you care to ask, thereâs a relatively painless way by going to http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/complaints_stage1.shtml and clicking on âmake a complaintâ, then âTelevision programmesâ, and asking. No.9 If you want a âcut-and-pasteâ, suggest: World at War: Can you please advise when part 20 âGenocideâ will be shown as it was missed from the current schedule on 03/03/09.