I'm not sure what the problem is. He produced the package for Made in Leeds and therefore the correct credit of Local TV Network was given.
That in itself isn't enough, you can't just go and use other channels content like that without agreement (like the sports rights agreement) or some sort of excuse of fair dealing (which doesn't apply here)
As the footage is a few years old, I suspect the BBC obtained it and used it when they had a deal with local TV for funding and content sharing. Though whether that allows them to use it now that agreement has finished I don't know.
Of course they might just have phoned Made TV and asked to use it. However it could be that they took it off that chaps YouTube channel and shouldn't have been given to the BBC. I wonder if he even knew that Made has used it?
Normally, if you produce something in the course of your work for an employer (whether that's TV content, computer code or anything else) the rights to that work rightly go to the employer. However, these local TV channels (admittedly That's more so than Made) used a lot of slightly iffy "freelance" and "internship" employment practices in the years when they were producing more content than they are now.
None of us will be privy to the contract between the producer and Made in Leeds at the time, but it could well have been that he retained copyright to his stuff, in exchange for - as a random example - not being paid in anything other than "exposure".
However, these local TV channels (admittedly That's more so than Made) used a lot of slightly iffy "freelance" and "internship" employment practices in the years when they were producing more content than they are now.
Yeah I have to say, I haven't heard the same sort of complaints about Made as I have about That's.
Mark Kielesz-Levine was at Made for years and became their main presenter (he won several RTS Awards for the station) so I'd be surprised if he was employed in the way you've described.
The local channel had changed name and ownership as to when I did the news piece. I shot it myself, edited and put it on my YouTube channel which they lifted. Common courtesy would have been to ask at the very least.