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David Dimbleby has decided to leave Question Time – the BBC’s flagship political debate programme – after an extraordinary 25 years in the chair. “At the end of the year I will have been chairing Question Time for a quarter… Read more

Darren McCaffrey, Sky News’ Dublin correspondent, is leaving the news channel after nine years. He is moving to Brussels to become Political Editor and co-Presenter at Euronews when it relaunches in September. “From starting as a “guest getter” to becoming… Read more

BBC studio in Russia looks pretty impressive. We’ve got red chairs and everything. Hopefully the pundits will turn up at some stage too ???#Backdrop #Russia2018 #WaitUntilYouSeeTheVirtualReality pic.twitter.com/69ckz9P16q — Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) June 12, 2018

Channel 5 today announced that Jeremy Vine will become the new presenter of its daily current affairs programme, The Wright Stuff. From September 2018, Jeremy will host the live daily current affairs programme which tackles the biggest news, issues and… Read more

The BBC will broadcast live coverage of Trooping the Colour today. Live from Horse Guards Parade in London, Huw Edwards and JJ Chalmers presents coverage of the world’s most famous military parade, where the 1st Battalion Coldstream troop their colour,… Read more

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. The BBC’s EU Referendum result live programme… Read more

Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid will host a one-off special, Good Evening Britain, during World Cup 2018. This one-hour, peak-time event will air on Thursday 28th June at 9.15pm on ITV and promises a lively mix of debate and chat,… Read more

ITV has today announced that ‘Peston’ is to move to a new slot on Wednesday nights, airing after ITV’s News at Ten. The current affairs series – presented by Robert Peston – has aired on ITV since May 2016 on… Read more

Deborah Haynes – defence editor of The Times newspaper – is joining Sky News as Foreign Affairs Editor. Fleet Street's best defence editor (and my brilliant desk mate) @haynesdeborah is joining Sky News as Foreign Affairs Editor. An amazing hire…. Read more

Sky News has appointed Caro Kriel as Head of International News. “I have long admired Sky News’ bold and brave coverage of the biggest stories in the world and am excited to join its award-winning foreign news team,” said Caro… Read more

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… Read more

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… Read more