Ross had a dig at the broadcaster's bank holiday weekend royal coverag, calling it "p*ss-poor" in an article for the Guardian.
Speaking about Nintendo's new Nintendo Wii U, Ross said: "It's the Wii on steroids - faster processor, better resolution and with delusions of grandeur that has encouraged it to grow a screen on the primary controller that not only serves as a backup, so that you can keep playing if someone else comes in and wants to watch another three days of p*ss-poor jubilee coverage from the BBC on the main screen, but also adds to the gameplay in some rather fun ways."
The TV host's comments follow criticism from Stephen Fry on Twitter during the Jubilee weekend, when he described the BBC's coverage as "mind-numbingly tedious".
Ross worked for BBC radio and TV between 1999 and 2010, hosting shows including Film and his Friday Night With... show.
The BBC has repeatedly defended their Jubilee coverage, insisting that they were very proud of the "quality and breadth of the BBC's coverage of this extraordinary event".
Fearne Cotton hit back at TV writers who were critical of her presenting work across the weekend, describing them as "bullies".
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