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GB News announces new schedule for 2022

GB News announces new schedule for 2022
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GB News confirms details of a new schedule to be rolled out next month.

GB News has confirmed details of a new-look schedule that will come into play from next month.

Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster will take over as weekday hosts of The Great British Breakfast, with Stephen Dixon and guest host Anne Diamond presenting at weekends.

Colin Brazier moves from the 8pm slot to host a new two-hour show at 4pm on weekdays, with Alex Phillips's show moving to the earlier time of 2pm.

A new show, The People's Question Time, will follow Farage at 8pm from Monday to Thursday, while on Fridays Alastair Stewart will front an additional edition of his weekend show.

Paper preview show Headliners will move from four days a week to all seven in the 11pm hour, and there will be a new weekly religious affairs programme hosted by Calvin Robinson.

GB News has also confirmed that its radio station will be a full simulcast of the TV channel's output and will go live at 6am on January 4.

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