If anyone gets a response (assuming it is not a form letter), it would be great if you post it here. Thanks!
I did - just now!
Just had a call from a very nice chap at the production company that made the programme.
He wanted to know whether I would do a voice interview over a land line tomorrow morning. As my wife and I are fading I explained why I couldn't and he said he understood. I think he was trying to understand why this was an issue, so I briefly explained how the Neo-Babylonian period was a very well documented period and that there is no question of when Jerusalem fell. I also said that for Jehovah's Witnesses this is a important point, and the BBC broadcasting this date could result in them using it (in a publication).
He could see my point and is going to call me back tomorrow. He doesn't know at this point whether it would be included in this weeks Feedback programme.
He said (if I remember correctly) 3 or 4 complaints were received, so thanks to those that did.
Good to know they have responded. And I'll let you know how the follow up call goes.
(If anyone who did fill in the BBC complaint form, and I guess are in the UK, who would like to be interviewed then drop me a PM with your contact details on and I'll pass them on to the production company).