TalkTV will launch a new breakfast programme from October 2023.
Talk Today will be a dynamic mix of news and views, broadcast daily from 6am to 9.30am from TV studios in The News Building at London Bridge.
Julia Hartley-Brewer will move from her breakfast slot to front a self-titled new show from 1pm to 3pm Monday to Friday.
Rosanna Lockwood will take over TalkTV’s 7pm hour.
“This is the next step in TalkTV’s evolution and a chance to properly showcase established broadcasters like Jeremy and Julia, while introducing new and exciting voices like Nicola and Rosanna,” said Richard Wallace, Head of TV at News UK.
“We are defining ourselves as a new voice in current affairs in UK media.”
TalkTV is available on Sky 522, Sky Glass 508, Virgin Media 606, Freeview 237 and Freesat 217 as well as on DAB, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV Plus, YouTube, the Talk.TV website and TalkTV iOS and Android apps.
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