Robin Aitken is a British journalist who for many years worked for the BBC. His 2007 book Can We Trust the BBC? alleged pervasive and institutional liberal-left wing bias at the BBC. He has held a seminar on this subject at the Thomas More Institute. He is co-founder of the Oxford Foodbank, which collects 5 tons of food from supermarkets a week and distributes it to charities; he was awarded the MBE for this work in 2014.
- "What is the loneliest job in Britain? Being a Tory at the BBC". The Daily Mail. 17 February 2007.
- Can we trust the BBC?. Continuum. 2007. ISBN 978-0-8264-9427-6.
- "Robin Aitken on BBC Bias". 18 Doughty Street. 19 February 2007.
- "Robin Aitken – Towards a Moral Perspective in Mass Media". Thomas More Institute. 24 April 2008.
- "Robin Aitken on BBC Bias". 18doughtystreet. 19 February 2007.
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-27794561. Missing or empty
- Liddle, Rod (25 February 2007). "Troubles with Auntie?". The Sunday Times. London. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
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