Dateline London

Dateline London is a weekly news discussion programme shown on both BBC News and BBC World News. The programme, presented by Gavin Esler, with Nik Gowing and Lyse Doucet acting as relief presenters, features a roundtable panel of foreign and British journalists who discuss the week's top news stories from an international perspective.

First presented by Charles Wheeler, and originally broadcast from the BBC's Westminster studios at Millbank, Dateline London now comes from the BBC News channel's studio at BBC Television Centre. The programme is first shown on Saturdays at 12:30 on BBC News,[1] and at 14:30 GMT on BBC World News.[2] It is repeated on BBC News on Mondays at 02:30,[1] and on BBC World News on Saturdays at 20:30 GMT and on Sundays at 01:30 and 08:30 GMT.[2]

Dateline London started in 1996 and is produced by Nick Guthrie of Tv Talk.[3]

Regular panelists

References

  1. ^ a b Dateline London schedule on BBC News Retrieved 2010-11-13
  2. ^ a b Dateline London schedule on BBC World News Retrieved 2010-11-13
  3. ^ Tv Talk: TV and Film Production Retrieved 2011-11-06



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