A new Ipsos MORI report for the BBC examines the factors which divide Britain and those that bring it together.
As part of this, the report considers if there is a role for British TV content, and for institutions like the BBC, in both reflecting differences, and providing shared values or moments.
The report concludes that British content on TV remains a key part of national life.
However, there are challenges for organisations like the BBC which will require them to continue to adapt.
Vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minority Britons
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