Sky News has today announced a new programme schedule beginning from Monday 14th October.
Kay Burley will host ‘Kay Burley@Breakfast’ airing from 7am to 9am Monday to Thursday.
The programme will come from Sky News’ Westminster studios, with a hard-hitting, news making breakfast news programme that will set the agenda for the day.
It follows ‘The Early Rundown’ which will be presented by Niall Paterson from 6am to 7am each weekday morning and gives early risers all they need to know to tackle the day.
Sarah-Jane Mee, who has hosted Sky News Sunrise for the past three years, moves to the afternoon slot with the ‘Sarah-Jane Mee Show’ from 2pm to 5pm.
Sarah-Jane’s show will feature longer form interviews on topical issues and a Daily Debate.
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Bye bye 2:30am alarm… Breaking news @skynews job swap with @kayburley_ #KayBurley@Breakfast 7-9am and #TheSarahJaneMeeShow 2-5pm go live Oct 14th I’m sending her all my alarm clocks ⏰⏰ Niall Paterson gets to you first with #TheEarlyRundown weekdays 6-7am (he buys the coffees @kayburley_ )
“We are always looking to stay fresh and never stand still while the world changes around us so quickly,” said Cristina Nicolotti Squires, Sky News Director of Content.
“We’re living in exciting times and Kay, Sarah-Jane and Niall will all bring their own personal style and strengths to their new shows and I’m excited for them to get started at such a tumultuous time.”
The evening schedule, including Sky News at Ten and the Press Preview, will remain unchanged.
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