The Sunday Edition
|The Sunday Edition|
|Presented by||Andrew Rawnsley,
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Running time||44 minutes (exc. adverts)|
|Original channel||ITV, STV, UTV|
|Original run||17 September 2006 – 18 November 2007|
The Sunday Edition was a television programme broadcast on the ITV Network in the United Kingdom focusing on political interview and discussion, produced by London Weekend Television. The show was hosted by Andrew Rawnsley and Andrea Catherwood.
The live studio show continued the tradition of live political programming on ITV at the weekend and featured the traditional 'long format' interview as well as incisive debate by key players in politics, the arts and business.
The programme included an ITV News Summary at the beginning and end of the programme.
The programme has have three distinct segments:
- Breaking news and political stories will kick off the programme and be brought up to the minute by interviews with key figures and commentators.
- The in-depth political interview will lie at the heart of the show.
- Discussion of major issues and interviews with big names from across the range of arts, business and culture will offer insight and provoke debate.
When the programme changed its time slot, to the earlier time of 09:25, low ratings of 250,000 cast doubt over its future.
- Conlan, Tara (15 November 2007). "ITV's final political show faces the axe". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 19 May 2009.
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