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Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford announce divorce

Breakfast presenter Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have announced they are getting divorced.

The pair – who started dating in 1997 – married in 2010.

A representative for the couple said: “Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes have confirmed their marriage is over and they are in the process of divorcing.”

Holmes, who now works for GB News, is a former presenter on GMTV and Sky News, and hosted This Morning for 15 years alongside Langsford.

Clare Balding no longer a part of Channel 4’s election coverage

Clare Balding will no longer be a part of Channel 4’s election coverage.

She will be fronting live coverage of the Wimbledon Championships on the BBC.

BBC News Channel to split feeds for Election coverage

UK viewers will get a dedicated feed from 9am-6pm to focus on Election coverage.

This will come from Studio E, while the World feed comes from Studio C.

Ali Fortescue to front weekend editions of Politics Hub until Election

Ali Fortescue – who has just returned from maternity leave – will front the Politics Hub on Friday to Sundays on Sky News from now until the general election 2024.

Sophy will continue with the Monday-Thursday shows.

Locals Prep – BBC News studio for Local Elections

Chris Cook, BBC News Creative Director, posted this image on Instagram this morning as the BBC gets ready for the Local Elections in Studio B next Thursday.

As a result, today’s One O’Clock news came from Studio D.

Sky News cancels the Climate Show

Sky News aired its final Climate Show this weekend.

Presenter Tom Heap said at the end of this week’s programme: “This is the last Sky News Climate Show. Thanks for a great 21 months to guests, producers, camera folk and you for watching or catching the #climatecast pod.”

The 15 minute programme first launched on Monday 7th April 2021 and ran on the Sky News website, YouTube and on TV at 6.30pm and 9.30pm Monday to Friday with Anna Jones as the presenter.

The programme later moved to weekends with Tom Heap heading the show.

The Wilf of Wall Street.. Frost returns to CNBC

Sky News presenter Wilf Frost is heading back to CNBC.

He’ll return to New York City for 4 weeks per year.

This week Frost will anchor Squawk on the Street at 10am EST and The Exchange at 1pm EST each day. Plus Closing Bell Overtime on Tuesday (26th March).

Friday Night with Niall Paterson cancelled this week

Friday Night with Niall Paterson has been cancelled for this week following the news that Catherine, Princess of Wales, is receiving cancer treatment.

FA Cup 2023/24 – Semi Final TV Schedule

The FA, BBC and ITV have confirmed the TV schedule for the semi-finals of FA Cup 2023/24.

Manchester City host Chelsea on Saturday 20th April from 5.15pm on BBC One.

Manchester United travel to Coventry City a day later. The match will be live on ITV1 from 3.30pm.

Bianca Nobilo signs off

Bianca hosted her final CNN programme this morning..

She’s off to join the Executive Board of a technology company at the end of April!

Sky Sports F1’s new studio

Sky Sports has given viewers a tour of their new F1 studio.

They will be using the Monday Night Football studio for the next three far-east races (Australia, Japan, China)

Natalie, Karun and Naomi will be in the studio for this weekend’s race, while Crofty, Martin, Rachel and Ted are in Melbourne.

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