The broadcaster has been giving details of its new schedule when it moves to new studios within its Osterley campus in the next few weeks.
All Out Politics, described as a ‘Brexit-orientated show’, is hosted by long-serving presenter Adam Boulton. The show will investigate what it means to leave the EU as well as the political turmoil it has caused.
John Ryley, Head of Sky News commented: “Our new schedule reflects the very best of our talent. Our viewers will get what they expect of Sky News; expert analysis and exclusive reporting from our team of editors and correspondents, hard-hitting interviews, breaking news as it comes in, and lively debate from our contributors.”
A new Sunrise presenting team, Sarah Jane-Mee and Jonathan Samuels, will start the day in the new glass studio. Sunrise has been extended by an hour to 10am.
Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker will continue to present their lunchtime show from 11am until 3pm bringing viewers the latest breaking news, analysis and debate.
Kay Burley will move to later in the schedule and will be on air from 3pm extending her afternoon show to 6.30pm to incorporate the early evening news. The move means the end of the nightly Live at Five as a standalone show.
Dermot Murnaghan will replace Boulton on Sky News Tonight, presenting a two-hour evening programme at 7pm from Sky’s Westminster studio. The show will include rigorous interviews and showcase Sky’s specialist reporting team including exclusive reports and in-depth analysis.
Anna Botting will remain the lead presenter on the evening programme from 9pm until midnight. She will continue to take a look at the next day’s papers with a range of guests, giving viewers a preview of tomorrow’s leading stories.