On Thursday 8th March 2012, Sky News marked International Women’s day with a female-led presenting team.
6am – 9am: Lorna Dunkley presented Sunrise, with Charlotte Hawkins, Jacquie Beltrao on Sport and Nazaneen Ghaffar on Weather.
9am – 10am: Charlotte Hawkins presented her usual slot.
10am – 1pm: Kay Burley covered Colin Brazier’s shift
1pm – 2pm: Sarah Hewson presented her usual shift, while Jayne Secker replaced Adam Boulton
2pm – 5pm: Samantha Simmonds covers Kay Burley’s shift, who presented from 10am – 1pm.
5pm – 7pm: Jayne Secker returned to Sky centre to present Sky News at Five
7pm – 8pm: Anna Jones presented Jeff Randall Live
8pm – 9pm: Gillian Joseph presented in place of Martin Stanford
9pm – 12am: Anna Botting presented her evening shift
And business news by Sam Washington
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