Sky News Tonight

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Sky News at Nine, Sky News at Eleven and Press Preview (previously Sky News Tonight) are nightly news programmes broadcast on Sky News in the United Kingdom between 9pm and 10pm, and between 11pm and 12am. Its main newscaster is Anna Botting from Monday to Thursday, and Mark Longhurst from Friday to Sunday.

Anna Jones, Samantha Simmonds. Lorna Dunkley and Jayne Secker act as relief presenters.

Press Preview[edit]

Every night at 10.30 and 11.30 pm, the Press Preview programme is a 30-minute review of the following morning's papers at every second half hour, repeat at 00.30 and 01.30 am, in which two guests are invited into the studio to discuss the stories that will appear in the next day's headlines.

Since 2007, the 11.30 pm edition listed as a separate programme as "Press Preview". As of 2009, Press Preview added at 09.30 pm, currently moved at 10.30 pm due to BBC launched The Papers programme on BBC News channel in April 2013.

Changes[edit]

During the General Election campaign in 2010, Sky News Tonight was replaced by The Boulton Factor Sunday-Thursday.