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  • Johnnie

    On Tuesday 28 March, Sky’s Emma Hurd will be getting the views of a cross section of Israeli society, from settlers in the West Bank, to the residents of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

    Sky’s Tim Marshall will be providing live analysis throughout the day of the election from Jerusalem as events unfold.

    and James Rubin will be hosting a extended edition of World News Tonight on Tuesday 28 March 20.00 ? 22.00 from Sky News? Jerusalem Bureau.

    #29609 Reply

    That does all sound good, nice to see they are continuing to give prominence to world affairs. I wonder if the BBC plan any News Specials. Would expect to maybe have Lyse Doucet or someone out there tomorrow.

    #29610 Reply

    I’m only judging from the first few minutes of WNT, but James Rubin seems a much more fluent presenter when he’s not in the studio.

    Did he present from Jerusalem yesterday evening as well?

    Also, special opening voiceover recorded for the programme: “This is Sky World News Tonight with James Rubin live from Jerusalem”

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