Why have ITV decided air their News at Ten tonight at 10.20pm? I don't understand their scheduling. They are just airing a repeat of Foyle's War from 8.30pm, and so they mustn't have sold advertising for the show, as the two hour format is now cut to 100 minutes?
Why couldn't they have bothered to fit 90 minutes of programmes, leading into News at Ten at 10.00pm?
Is it they don't care about Friday's late news, as its Friday and news events in their opinion are few for a bulletin to air at 10.00pm?
They are doing the same next Friday too, after a repeat of Endeavour.
You're a bit late noticing that.
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.