Tom Feilden

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Tom Feilden is a BBC journalist who has extensively covered controversies surrounding research into ME/CFS, including interviews with psychiatrist Sir Simon Wessely.[1][2] Tom Feilden is Science and Environment correspondent on BBC Radio 4's Today programme.[3]

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Science Media Centre[edit | edit source]

Tom Feilden was the first journalist to cover the story of allegations of harassment, abuse and threats against researchers into myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. According to Tom Feilden, writing in a promotional brochure for the Science Media Centre, the story originated from material provided by them.[4] The Science Media Centre then nominated Feilden for an award for the story, which he won.[2]

Press complaints[edit | edit source]

Tom Feilden's articles and features about ME/CFS have led to a number of complaints, including the Countess of Mar's.

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  1. "Tom Feilden - BBC News". www.bbc.com. Retrieved Mar 21, 2019. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Countess of Mar (Nov 13, 2016). "Formal complaint from the Countess of Mar to BBC Director General about coverage of the FITNET story". ME Association. Retrieved Mar 21, 2019. 
  3. "Tom Feilden (@BBCTomFeilden) | Twitter". www.twitter.com. Retrieved Mar 21, 2019. 
  4. Science Media Centre (Oct 2012). "Views from the Front Line" (PDF). Tom Feilden, Kate Kelland, Mike Hanlon. Science Media Centre. Retrieved Mar 21, 2019. 


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