The main face of the BBC's coverage of the migrant crisis in Hungary has been Nick Thorpe.
Here's a collection of some of his views on the situation, garnered from various places during the last month.
Please see if you consider them to be free from bias:
This has been a pyrrhic victory for the Hungarian government. The economic costs are high. Its good name is in tatters.BBC News at One, 17th September
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Many Hungarians, especially those fed a diet of anti-migrant vitriol on state radio and television, are suspicious of the thousands of people from other cultures now traipsing through their country.
Parallel to that, there is a hostility among some Hungarians to them. The government publicity has not helped that. I think it's whipped up a certain degree of xenophobia here.BBC News Channel, 5th September
I think they're split, like in other countries in Europe. Hungarians are no harder-hearted I think than anyone else in Europe. Many people have been showing enormous sympathy.BBC News Channel, 5th September
In these Hungarian stations you can witness the best and the worst sides of the Hungarian reaction to this crisis. Many stories of the indifference or even the hostility of the authorities, but also a remarkable outpouring of generosity from the Hungarian public.