"One said the Queen has outlasted 12 prime ministers and 'at least' six American presidents. We all make mistakes but when somebody obviously hasn't done their homework, that gets me a bit rattled."
The Corporation received more than 4,500 complaints, mostly about the river pageant and the commentary, during the national celebrations.
Some people singled out a sequence in the coverage which saw Fearne Cotton and singer Paloma Faith discussing a Jubilee-themed sickbag.
Previously, Clare Balding, one of the event's presenters, admitted that the coverage of the river pageant "misfired", while broadcaster Stephen Fry called the four-and-a-half hour broadcast "mind-numbingly tedious".
The BBC has said that it has "taken on board" criticisms and will review coverage but that there had been an appreciation of the service it provided. Audiences were high, with an average of 10.3 million people watching the pageant broadcast over its five-hour duration.