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62305823,711 posts since 19 Aug 2005
Here are the details from ITV wales, nothing from the BBC yet.

http://www.itv.com/news/wales/2016-03-17/wales-decides-2016-heres-how-itv-cymru-wales-is-covering-this-years-welsh-assembly-elections/

Leaders' Debate
On Wednesday 20th April, ITV Wales will stage a live, peak-time election debate with the six party leaders: Carwyn Jones AM (Welsh Labour); Andrew RT Davies AM (Welsh Conservatives); Leanne Wood AM (Plaid Cymru); Kirsty Williams AM (Welsh Liberal Democrats); Nathan Gill MEP (Wales UKIP); Alice Hooker-Stroud (Wales Green Party).

Hosted and moderated by Adrian Masters, the two-hour debate in front of an invited audience will be shown on ITV Cymru Wales at 8pm. The programme will be streamed here on the ITV News Wales website.

Adrian's Election Bites
Along with daily campaign coverage on Wales at Six, in the run-up to the election, Political Editor Adrian Masters will also be presenting his six-part series Adrian’s Election Bites, starting on Monday 4th April. Each week he will be with a different party leader and help prepare a meal while chatting about their campaign and what they see as the main election issues.

Here's which leader will be on when:
4th April: Alice Hooker-Stroud
11th April: Nathan Gill
18th April: Kirsty Williams
25th April: Leanne Wood
29th April: Andrew RT Davies
2nd May: Carwyn Jones

Online
We'll have the latest news from the campaign trail here on our website and also on the ITV News app and our social media feeds. Our team of specialist correspondents will also provide expert analysis on the issues that matter to people right across the country.
Results Programmes

As polling day draws to a close, there will be a through-the-night Wales Decides 2016 results programme starting at 10.30pm. Anchored by Adrian Masters, the programme will feature analysis by a panel of experts as the results come in from ITV Wales reporters live from counts across Wales.
Political reporter Owain Phillips and Professor Roger Scully of Cardiff University will be in the studio analysing the results, while Catrin Haf Jones will be gauging the reaction of MPs and other leading politicians. The programme will also be streamed online.

At 6am on the morning of Friday 6th May, ITV Wales will be joining Good Morning Britain with the latest results news for audiences across the UK. Then, at 9.30am there will be an hour-long Wales Decides 2016 programme, presented by Andrea Byrne, looking at the shape of Wales under the new Assembly.

Programmes for S4C
Starting on 5th April, there will be five special programmes Y Ras i’r Senedd. Current affairs strand Hacio will feature an hour-long election debate giving young people a voice.
dvboy9,921 posts since 11 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
S4C results programme from 22:00 on Thurs 5 May

Etholiad Cymru 2016
Join Dewi Llwyd, Vaughan Roderick and Bethan Lewis for all the excitement of the National Assembly Election results. As the votes are counted, reporters in all parts of Wales will bring us the latest news, and politicians and political commentators will give their analysis as the night develops.
Watch it and find out.
Brekkie32,602 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Coverage now confirmed.

BBC1 Wales: 10.30pm-9.15am, with Question Time moving to BBC2 and Newsnight dropped. Breakfast also moves to BBC2.

S4C: 10pm-6am, with an hour long Newyddion 9 on Friday night

ITV Wales: 10.40pm-6am and 9.25-10.30am, with a regular Wales at 6.
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Charlie Wells3,810 posts since 26 Nov 2003 Moderator
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Coverage now confirmed.

BBC1 Wales: 10.30pm-9.15am, with Question Time moving to BBC2 and Newsnight dropped. Breakfast also moves to BBC2.


I wonder what will happen in the Breakfast regional slots. Will they have Welsh news, or not bother?

BBC2 can still handle opt-outs by the nations (ie. Wales, Scotland, N. Ireland), therefore I'd have thought they would be able to have Welsh news during the regional slots.
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