Sunday Politics is British News TV series. Produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Stars: Andrew Neil, Isabel Fraser, Andrew Kerr. It debuted on Jan 15, 2012, on BBC One.
How Many Seasons Does Sunday Politics Have: 5 (116 episodes)
|Season 2020|| |
|Season 2019|| |
Season premieres on January 13, 2019
BBC One, 5 episodes
|Season 2018|| |
Season premieres on January 14, 2018
Returns: September 16, 2018
BBC One, 36 episodes
|Season 2017|| |
2017, BBC One, 36 episodes
|Season 2016|| |
2016, BBC One, 38 episodes
|Season 2012|| |
2012, BBC One, 1 episodes
Sunday Politics is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Sundays at 11 am
S2019E5 (10/02/2019) - Air Date: Feb 10, 2019 (5 months ago)
BBC announce changes to Daily Politics, BBC Parliament, Sunday Politics - BBC News - TV Newsroom - by Tvnewsroom
Other changes announced sees a new BBC One half hour stand-alone Sunday Politics programme for each of the nations and English regions, replacing the ‘opts’ currently shown within the Sunday Politics.
Sarah Smith to present BBC's Sunday Politics - BBC News - by Bbc
He said: "I loved presenting Sunday Politics - it was a privilege and honour to hold the political discourse up to the light for all those years and while I will miss it greatly I am delighted to continue to work for the BBC on This Week, Daily Politics and other projects.
Sarah Smith: the Sunday Politics host with her own political pedigree - The Guardian - per Theguardian
Being the daughter of a high-profile politician has had some downsides. She has told of attending one Scots night at a Labour party conference with her sister Jane after their father became leader. The two sat diligently beside the Kinnocks, avoiding alcohol and listening to speeches for two hours. “We thought all the photographers had gone, but the moment we poured a drink and lit a cigarette, there was an explosion of flash bulbs. The picture was in almost every paper the next day,” she once told the Sunday Times.
BBC to change political output with new regional shows - according to Prolificnorth
“Given the need for BBC News to make substantial savings while offering distinctive content, it no longer makes sense for us to run two national UK politics programmes in close succession on the same day and the same channel,” explained Gavin Allen, controller of daily programmes.