Sky News will air extra editions of Jeff Randall live next week.
The programmes will air after Sunrise, 9am – 10am, Monday to Thursday.
Sky News said: “The additional programmes will focus on the Eurozone crisis in all its facets. Between 0900 and 1000 the programme will be perfectly timed to show the mood in The City as it opens and report news from the overnight markets.
“It will also crunch the economic indicators that are published at 0930 and examine how the crisis is affecting British business. It will probe the politics of the Eurozone and how UK politicians and decision makers are responding as well as looking ahead to the day’s developments across Europe, bringing in live content from our correspondents.”
The evening show at 7pm will continue as usual throughout next week.
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