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JKDerry2,293 posts since 15 Oct 2016
UTV Newsline
Schedule's been updated for BBC One on 31 January with a BBC News special on air from 10pm-11:15, replacing the BBC News at Ten for the UK's departure from the EU.
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Leaving the EU: BBC News Special
Live coverage of the moment the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, presented by Huw Edwards with reports and analysis from the BBC News team across the UK and around the world.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dv5s

I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.
Inspector Sands14,272 posts since 25 Aug 2004
Schedule's been updated for BBC One on 31 January with a BBC News special on air from 10pm-11:15, replacing the BBC News at Ten for the UK's departure from the EU.
Quote:
Leaving the EU: BBC News Special
Live coverage of the moment the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, presented by Huw Edwards with reports and analysis from the BBC News team across the UK and around the world.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dv5s

I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.

Most of which will presumably just be a beard being shaved off
JF World News (previously JPF) 200 posts since 21 Nov 2018
HTV West Points West
Schedule's been updated for BBC One on 31 January with a BBC News special on air from 10pm-11:15, replacing the BBC News at Ten for the UK's departure from the EU.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dv5s

I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.

Most of which will presumably just be a beard being shaved off


Coverage starts 19:00-22:00 with 'Beyond 100 Days' with Katty Kay in London and Christian Fraser in Brussells on BBC Four & BBC News,
JF World News (previously JPF) 200 posts since 21 Nov 2018
HTV West Points West
Schedule's been updated for BBC One on 31 January with a BBC News special on air from 10pm-11:15, replacing the BBC News at Ten for the UK's departure from the EU.
Quote:
Leaving the EU: BBC News Special
Live coverage of the moment the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, presented by Huw Edwards with reports and analysis from the BBC News team across the UK and around the world.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dv5s

I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.



That's a busy week for Hwu he is also presenting BBC's coverage of seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp
AlexS788 posts since 19 Oct 2016
Central (East) Midlands Today
Schedule's been updated for BBC One on 31 January with a BBC News special on air from 10pm-11:15, replacing the BBC News at Ten for the UK's departure from the EU.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dv5s

I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.



That's a busy week for Hwu he is also presenting BBC's coverage of seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp

The leaving the EU special is now listed to be presented by Sophie Raworth.
Markymark7,560 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
I will be watching The Last Leg on Channel 4, who always airs live from 10.00pm on Fridays, and are planning a special edition of their show.

Most of which will presumably just be a beard being shaved off


Coverage starts 19:00-22:00 with 'Beyond 100 Days' with Katty Kay in London and Christian Fraser in Brussells on BBC Four & BBC News,


A three hour long B100D ! (see what I did there)

So in total 4.5 hours of waffle?

I can remember when we joined, NYE 1972, I was under my bed sheets pretending to have been asleep for hours, listening to Late Night Extra on R2 and I think John Dunn was the presenter. It'll be on Genome

Edit: Ray Moore, assisted by Jimmy Young and DLT
Last edited by Markymark on 17 January 2020 6:56pm - 2 times in total
TVNewsviewer198 posts since 10 Aug 2014
Central (West) Midlands Today
Martine Croxall has arrived on air early. It looks like because of the breaking Royal news. It also adds to another one of my theories - running for some time now this one - that there isn't usually any News Channel presenter cover at the desk during what is normally Sportsday 6.30pm-7pm Sat & Sun, it seems to be covered by Sportsday presenters or by the BBC One presenter if the bulletin falls during that time, although the 7pm news channel presenter is available at 10 to 7 if the bulletin ends then (and the BBC One presenter doesn't stay for a few minutes to take the channel to 7). The news channel presenters start half an hour earlier than their actual on-air time anyway. It does seem Martine has arrived because the breaking news is going quite some minutes beyond 6.30, although Lukwesa was still in the building, visible in the newsroom in the background, ten minutes ago.
TVNewsviewer198 posts since 10 Aug 2014
Central (West) Midlands Today
Whatever BBC Scotland were planning to do at the start of The Seven has also gone out of the window. The script for the breaking news didn't reach the autocue as presenter Fiona Stalker reading it from her papers. Programme has become solo presenter - normally duo on Saturday - with Nick Sheridan taking on role of correspondent providing the detail on the breaking story.