The veteran Brexiteer said he often found himself “shouting at the television” in disgust at the broadcaster’s gloom-ridden coverage in the lead up to triggering of Article 50.
Mr Bone claimed the BBC “doesn’t understand” why Project Fear’s negative forecasts for post-Brexit Britain haven’t come to fruition.
“The media is biased – we know certain newspapers take different views on the issue,” he said.
Peter Bone has slammed 'biased' BBC coverage of Brexit
You are suddenly shouting at the television – even ‘Countryfile’ had a pro-EU story
“But the main problem is the broadcasters… There is a real problem with the BBC, everyone accepts Channel 4 is wholly biased in favour of the EU, and of course most of the people who work in the industry are actually Remainers.
“I think the BBC are institutionally biased – they are so much part of the establishment, the idea we were going to come out of the European Union was absurd to them.
“Now we have come out of the European Union, they are being like, ‘why hasn’t the economy collapsed? Why is unemployment at a record low?’
“They don’t understand those things and they say despite Brexit this has happened. You are suddenly shouting at the television – even ‘Countryfile’ had a pro-EU story a few days ago.
“And when you ask them are they biased – you can produce reports showing it – they say no they are not, because they are institutionally biased.”
Mr Bone’s tirade comes after a report into the BBC’s coverage of Brexit has found the public broadcaster has been overwhelmingly negative about Britain’s EU divorce.
The research shows BBC’s Radio 4 Today programme, compiled by independent news monitoring group News-watch, found that of the 366 guest speakers who appeared in the Business News segment between June 24 and December 22 last year, 192 of them (52.2 per cent) were negative about it.
According to the research compiled on behalf of a cross-party group of MPs, only 60 (16.3 per cent) expressed opinions which were pro-Brexit or saw the post-referendum economic outlook as positive.
Critics pointed to the research, which shows there were three-times more anti-Brexit speakers than pro-Brexit ones in the prestigious slots, as evidence the BBC had broke its charter requirement to be impartial.
Labour MP Kate Hoey said: “This report is further evidence that the BBC has not accepted the verdict of the British people to leave the EU.
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“Their continuous negative coverage and their downgrading of positive stories with the phrase ‘despite Brexit’ must stop.
“It is clear that many of the BBC journalists have not been able to hide their personal bias in favour of staying in the EU. The public has the right to expect genuine impartiality and fair reporting.”
The BBC accused News-Watch of having a “slanted perspective”.
A spokesman said: “The BBC’s coverage has impartially presented an accurate reflection of the business community’s viewpoints.
“The BBC has and will continue to cover Brexit in a responsible and impartial way independent of political pressure.”