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imagedude
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Post by imagedude » Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:51 pm

WEEK:





6.00am: Morning News Brief with: Lorna Dunkley

?A first look at the morning?s news and what will be making the news of the day?



7:00am: Sunrise: with Eamonn Holmes & Lorna Dunkley

??Bright and lively breakfast news?



9:00am: Sky News Today with Mark Longhurst & Anna Jones

Early morning news and showbiz gossip. Live debating with all the latest breaking news on the days top stories.



12.00pm: Lunchtime Live: with Kay Burley

?News digest and human interest highlights?



2.00 pm: Sky News Today: with Colin Brazier (2.00 ? 3.30) & Paula Middlehurst (3.00 ? 4.30)

?Live & Breaking News LIVE from the sky news centre in West London and from around the world?



4.30pm: Business Report: with Michael Wilson

?The key movements on the markets as they close.?



5.00pm: Live at 5 with: Jeremy Thompson

?Lively info rich show with updates on the worlds top stroies from Asia, the Middle East and the US



6.00pm: The Real Story with: Anna Botting

?Fast News, with no views, opinions or pundits. The Real Story, Real Facts?



6.30pm: Sportsline with Jon Desborough



7.00pm: Tonight with: Martin Stanford

?News driven, interactive strand?



9.00pm: Special Report

Monday: Crime with Martin Brunt

Tuesday: Foreign Affairs with Tim Marshall

Wednesday: Politics with Adam Bolton

Thursday: In the USA with Andrew Wilson

Friday: Entertainment News with Matt Smith



- the hour would start with a 15min news sport weather and business news summary from Martin Stanford



10.00pm: News at 10: with: Julie Etchingham

?Summary of the day?



10.30pm: Sportsline with: Jon Desborough



11.00pm: Review with Julie Etchingham

?Debating the day?s events with three guests with differing views on a range of topics.?





WEEKEND:



6:00am: Sunrise: with Lucy Alexander & Helen Fospero

??Bright and lively breakfast news?



10:00am: Saturday/Sunday Live with: Martian Stanford & Adam Bolton

'All the News for your weekend'



12.00pm: Lunchtime Live: Chris Roberts

?News digest and human interest highlights?



2.00 pm: Sky News Live with: Chris Roberts

?Live & Breaking News?



5.00pm: Live at 5 with: Steve Dixon

'Fast info rich show'



6.00pm: Sky World News Tonightwith James Rubin

?World News with interviews from the week?s key news makers?



7.00pm: Tonight with Steve Dixon

'News driven, interactive strand'



9.00pm: Sky News Live with: Martin Popplewell & Gillian Joesph

'Live & Breaking News'

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Post by kaylover » Tue Apr 03, 2007 3:42 am

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Post by kaylover » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:55 pm

06:00 - Sunrise



WITH:



with Eamonn Holmes



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Sunrise provides news, weather, sports, entertainment, money and travel reports every 30 minutes.

09:00 - Newsroom



WITH:



with Martin Stanford & Julie Etchingham



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Live from the floor of the Sky Newsroom. You see the news as we get it.

Lunchtime Live



- Sky Online with Kirsty Young (11:00)



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This is the program combines traditional reporting methods with the newest innovative online resources



- Noon Live with Anna Jones(12:00)



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Anna goes beyond the headlines to deliver the stories that impact your life



- The Live Wall with Colin Brazier (13:00)



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Live breaking news from the famous Sky News Wall

14:00 - Newsroom



with Mark Longhurst & Kay Burley



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Live from the floor of the Sky Newsroom. You see the news as we get it.

16:30 - Today



- The City Today (16:30)



with Micheal Wilson



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The biggest market devlopments of the day in the 30 min)

- 17:00 - Sky News Today(17:00)



with Jeremy Thompson



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A fast-moving, surprising and provocative alternative to the typical evening news programs.

- 18:30 - Westminster Today(18:00)



with Adam Bolton



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The latest events in the world of Poitics in 30min

Healines Every 30min between 7:00 & 10:00



with Lorna Dunkley



19:00 - Lime Light



with Kate Gerbeau



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With a Live studio audience, Lime Light is an unconventional look at the news of the day

20:00 - Your Word



with Richard Littlejohn



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Debate show where views can call in to have their word on the issues.

21:00 - On Scene



with Anna Botting



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Designed for those interested in the legal stories of the day. Anna challenges guests on the most controversial issues

Tonight:



- Sky News Tonight (22:00)



with John Suchet(and Headlines every 15min from 1030 to 1130)



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A fast-moving, surprising and provocative alternative to the typical evening news programs.

- Sports Tonight (22:35)



with Jon Desborough



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The sporting develpments of the day in 30min

- Showbiz Tonight (23:05)



with Neil Sean



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The latest from the world of showbiz in 30min

- Press Tonight (23:30)



with Lorna Dunkley



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A look a the media and tomorrows papers.

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