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Talk TV have announced changes to its weekday schedule, effective from Monday 6th November.

Jeremy Kyle and Nicola Thorp will continue to launch the day with recently-launched breakfast show Talk Today.

From 9:30am, Kevin O'Sullivan & Alex Phillips present a rapid look through the day's news. Julia Hartley-Brewer, who recently departed the breakfast slot for afternoons, moves back to mornings from 10am until 1pm.

Kevin O'Sullivan continues on afternoons, moving to the earlier time of 1pm alongside Alex Phillips to host new show 'Cross Talk'. First Edition has been dropped from the schedule, meaning Ian Collins will return to afternoons, 3-4pm.

Vanessa Feltz will continue to host early evenings from 4pm until 6pm. The Talk is expected to continue at the earlier time of 6pm, but this has not been confirmed. Roseanna Lockwood continues at 7pm and Piers Morgan Uncensored will follow at the usual time of 8pm.

The biggest change to the schedule is the promotion of Mike Graham and his programme The Independent Republic Of Mike Graham to 9pm. The show will air for 2 hours until 11pm.

Talk TV is available on Sky channel 522.


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