Sky News presents extensive coverage of Live 8, the G8 summit and the Make Poverty History march.
On Saturday 2 July Sky’s Entertainment Correspondent Matt Smith will be live in Hyde Park from 08.00 and throughout the day.
Sky News will also be showing extensive coverage of the Make Poverty History march in Edinburgh, with correspondents live at various points along the route.
On Wednesday 6 July Sky?s Political Editor Adam Boulton leads the coverage as the heads of the G8 countries arrive at Gleneagles for the summit. Sky News will take all the major speeches live from the event, which runs until Friday 8 July.
From Monday 4 July at 08.30, 12.30 & 17.30 Sky’s Africa Correspondent David Chater will be reporting live from various locations across Zambia. He will be looking at how debt, disease and farming subsidies have affected the fragile continent.
Also, black Africans will be giving their views on the issues being discussed at G8. His report includes the views of a child from Sierra Leone and a teacher from Swaziland.