Sky News will tweak its daytime schedule starting from Monday 7th January 2019.
The main changes will see Ian King Live move from 6.30pm to 1.30pm, and Sky News Sunrise reduced to three hours.
06.00am – 09.00am:
Sky News Sunrise with Sarah-Jane Mee and Nial Paterson (Stephen Dixon and Gillian Joseph on Fridays)
09.00am – 11.00am:
All Out Politics with Adam Boulton.
11.00am – 01.30pm:
Lunchtime Live with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker.
01.30pm – 02.00pm:
Ian King Live with Ian King.
02.00pm – 05.00pm:
The Kay Burley Show with Kay Burley (Sarah Hewson on Fridays)
05.00pm – 07.00pm:
The News Hour with Mark Austin.
07.00pm – 09.00pm:
Sky News Tonight with Dermot Murnaghan (Sophy Ridge on Fridays)
09.00pm – 12.00am:
Sky News at Ten, and Press Previews with Anna Botting (Anna Jones on Fridays)
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