Sky News schedule changes coming in September

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Sky News schedule changes coming in September
Posted by TV Newsroom on Friday 11 August 2023

A user over at Pres Cafe has unveiled some information regarding Sky News’ autumn schedule.

Yalda Hakim’s new foreign news programme will air from 9.00pm for a hour.

The user, named leewilliams, says Sarah-Jane Mee will host a hour-long show at 8.00pm weeknights, while Kamali Melbourne moves over to the afternoon slot currently occupied by Sarah-Jane Mee.

Niall Paterson will make a permanent return to Sky TV with a regular Friday evening show.

These changes – along with Sophy Ridge’s new political show at 7.00pm – are scheduled to begin in September.

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