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New Sky News Schedule in full

Here’s the new Sky News Schedule in Full, according to TV Newsroom sources.

600-900: Sky News Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes – Charlotte Hawkins reading
the headlines.

009-1300: Sky Today with Julie Etchingham – Colin Brazier reading
the headlines.

1300-1700 Afternoon Live with Kay Burley – Emma Crosby reading the
headlines.

1700-1900 Sky News Live at Five with Jeremy Thompson.

1900-1930 Sky News at Seven with Anna Botting.

1930-2000 Sky.com News with Martin Stanford (tuesday-friday) and Jeff Randall Live on Monday’s.

2000-2200 Sky News every 15 minutes with Anna Jones.

2200-2300 Sky News at Ten with Anna Botting.

2300-0000 Sky News Tonight with Anna Botting.

Friday

Same as Monday to Thursday EXCEPT

600-1000 Mark Longhurst will present Sunrise with Gillian Jospeh reading the headlines.

1900-1930 Sky News at Seven with Steve Dixon.

2200-2300 Sky News at Ten with Steve Dixon.

2300-0000 Sky News Tonight with Steve Dixon.

Saturday

600-1000 Sky news Sunrise with Mark Longhurst with Gillian Joseph reading
the headlines.

1000-1200 Sky News Saturday Live with Chris Roberts.

1200-1400 Sky News Weekend Lunchtime Live with Andrew Wilson.

1400-1700 Sky News every 15 minutes with Chris Roberts.

1700-1900 Sky News Live at Five with Andrew Wilson.

1900-1930 Sky News at Seven with Steve Dixon.

1930-2000 Sportsline.

2000-2200 Sky News every 15 minutes with Steve Dixon.

2200-2230 Sky News at Ten with Steve Dixon.

2230-2300 Sportsline.

2300-0000 Sky News Tonight with Steve Dixon.

Sunday

Same as Saturday EXCEPT

1000-1200 Sunday with Adam Boulton – Samantha Simmonds reading the headlines.

1400-1700 Sky News every 15 minutes with Samantha Simmonds.

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