The BBC will rebroadcast its EU Referendum result live programme in its entirety on BBC Parliament on the second anniversary of the vote.
The programme starts at 9.55am on Saturday 23rd June 2018.
Updated: Friday 8 June 2018
— BBC News Press Team (@BBCNewsPR) June 8, 2018
We wanted to let you know that a decision has been taken not to continue producing Swipe which means last week’s show was our last. Sky News will still cover the best of tech news across all our platforms. Thank you for being brilliant followers over the years. The Swipe Team.
— Swipe (@SkyNewsSwipe) May 25, 2018
Updated: Friday 25 May 2018
RIP @SkyNewsSwipe?. The past 6 yrs have been SO much fun & provided a lifetime of happy memories. I will always smile when I think of our tech adventures. Thank you to our wonderfully loyal viewers who watched us every week & shared in our experiences. We’re going to miss you! pic.twitter.com/ZLN5Fgjxlc
— Gemma Evans (@SkyGemma) May 25, 2018
Updated: Tuesday 22 May 2018
Feel so inspired after interviewing @SimonThomasSky today. He speaks so powerfully about grief, loss, love, faith and finding a way to deal with the death of his wife. It’ll be on @BBCBreakfast tomorrow morning pic.twitter.com/SWg1fdRpE3
— Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) May 22, 2018
An average of 8.7 million viewers tuned into BBC One’s coverage of the Royal Wedding, peaking at 13.1 million.
ITV, who went five hours without adverts, averaged 2.5 million with a peak of 3.6m.
These numbers are down from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, where BBC One averaged 13.4 million viewers, and ITV had an audience of more than 5 million.Updated: Sunday 20 May 2018
Kay Burley has won Broadcaster of the Year at the London Press Club Awards.
— Cristina Nicolotti S (@skynewsgirl) May 1, 2018
@KayBurley Congrats Kay. Simply awesome x
— Gamal Fahnbulleh (@SkyNewsGamal) May 1, 2018
Many congratulations Broadcast Journalist of the Year @KayBurley #londonpressawards. Congratulations too to @bbclaurak and @BBCkatyaadler for being shortlisted. Formidable trio pic.twitter.com/Js8a4yJysG
— Beth Rigby (@BethRigby) May 1, 2018
— Mark White (@skymarkwhite) May 1, 2018
Katya Adler, BBC’s Europe editor and Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC’s political editor were shortlisted for the award.
Other winners include Harry Cole and Tom Newton Dunn for Scoop of the Year for Westminster sex pests story and Tim Shipman who was named Print Journalist of the Year.Updated: Tuesday 1 May 2018