TalkTV, the highly anticipated new venture from News UK, is set to launch tonight with a whole bunch of shows to keep us entertained and informed.
The new network will be home to axed Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan, who’ll soon be back on screen with his no-nonsense and unfiltered show Uncensored.
Sharon Osbourne will also front her own hour-long debate show, The Talk, which will bring together five famous faces with different backgrounds and views to debate current affairs issues.
Primetime programming will also feature presenters such as Julia Hartley-Brewer, Mike Graham, and Jeremy Kyle, will broadcast on TalkTV.
Looking for the full TalkTV schedule? We’ve got your back.
TalkTV’s Monday to Friday schedule
5am – 6.30am: James Max
James Max’s early breakfast show provides an initial insight into the day’s top stories with a whole host of experts from around the globe and across the UK.
6.30am – 10am: The Julia Hartley-Brewer Breakfast Show
Julia Hartley-Brewer covers all the stories you need to know to start your day. Political heavy-weights, no-nonsense interviews, and the only safe space for fierce opinions.
10am – 1pm: The Independent Republic of Mike Graham
Mike Graham tears his way through the morning newspapers, and brings a ‘much-needed dose of common sense to the day’s big stories’.
1pm – 4pm: Ian Collins
Ian Collins cuts through the echo chamber with hard-hitting monologues, stimulating debates and dedicated time for your calls
4pm – 7pm: Jeremy Kyle
Jeremy Kyle’s drivetime show ‘packs a punch with fiery political panel debates, all the latest from Parliament, and exclusive interviews with big-name celebrities’.
7pm – 8pm: The News Desk
Tom Newton-Dunn tackles the biggest stories of the day with a packed hour of news, expert analysis, debate, and exclusives from across the UK.
8pm – 9pm: Piers Morgan Uncensored (Monday – Thursday), Piers Morgan Uncensored Best Of (Friday)
Piers Morgan gives his unmissable verdict on the day’s global events with an hour of fearless debate, straight-talking interviews with the world’s leading figures, and plenty of fun.
9pm – 10pm: The Talk
Sharon Osborne hosts a panel of opinionated famous faces from the worlds of politics, showbiz, business, and current affairs to debate the hot topics everybody’s talking about. She’ll be joined by Jeremy Kyle and other stars.
10pm – 1am: Late nights on Talk TV (Monday – Wednesday), The James Whale Show (Thursday – Friday)
Another talkRADIO host, James Whale provides some final reaction to the stories of the day.
TalkTV’s Saturday and Sunday schedule
5am -7am: Cristo Foufas
7am -10am: Claudia Liza and David Bull
Start your weekend off in the very best way with Claudia Liza and David Bull bringing you the biggest stories of the day that matter to you.
10am – 1pm: Peter Cardwell (Saturdays), Richard Tice (Sundays)
Former Conservative adviser Peter Cardwell will bring the latest news from Parliament, along with exclusive interviews.
Ex-MEP and current leader of the Reform party, Richard Tice will ‘examine the state of the nation’ on Sundays.
1pm – 4pm: Trisha Goddard
Trisha Goddard focuses on current affairs and social issues and will be ‘the bravest transatlantic talk show in Britain in a unique live show from the US’.
She will offer her own advice on ‘the big moral dilemmas of our time’ and the show will feature contributions from listeners.
4pm – 7pm: Nick de Bois (Saturday), Kevin O’Sullivan (Sunday)
Former Conservative MP Nick de Bois will host debates and take calls on Saturday. Fleet Street veteran and talkRADIO host Kevin O’Sullivan will front the Sunday slot.
7pm – 10pm: Mike Graham & Kevin O’Sullivan (Saturday), The Sunday Night Club with Mark Saggers (Sunday)
Mike Graham and Kevin O’Sullivan will continue throughout the night, while Mark Saggers will change focus on sport on Sunday.
10pm – 12am: The James Whale Show (Saturday), The Unexplained with Howard Hughes (Sunday)
Expect bold opinions and bald-headed commentary, as James Whale reacts to the big stories of the day. Howard Hughes, however, will investigate the supernatural ‘from ghosts to Big Foot’.