SKY News extend flagship business programme

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Updated on Friday 10 September 2010
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Earlier today, the news network announced that Sky News will extend Jeff Randall Live to an hour. The week-night business programme will air from 19:00 to 20:00 every Monday to Thursday.

The show was launched in 2007 and only aired once a week. In 2008, SKY extended coverage to 4 nights a week.

Chris Birkett, Executive Editor at Sky News said: “With the biggest story in Britain over the next two years being business and economics, the time is right to expand on our business coverage giving more space for Jeff to probe business leaders and policy makers about whether the country is going in the right direction.”

From Monday 13 September, tune into Jeff Randall Live, 1900 – 2000, Monday to Thursday on Sky News HD, Sky Channel 517 (SD/501).

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