GB News has announced yet another significant channel revamp, this time featuring sports and business programming.

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GB News has announced yet another significant channel revamp, this time featuring sports and business programming.

This weekend, GB NEWS will receive a huge makeover thanks to the addition of two new programmes to the channel’s daily lineup.

The daily news channel’s schedule will alter starting this week, as two new parts will join GB News after the summer. They’ll join the previously announced four new political programs, which are set to premiere in time for presenter Andrew Neil’s return from a long hiatus.

From September, two additional additions to the GB News lineup will be available.

From 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on weekends, CNN’s Rhiannon Jones will anchor an hour-long sports program.

“A full round-up of the weekend’s sporting activity, including big-name interviews, guests, and debate, as well as highlights of all the major events,” the series boasts.

In addition, Liam Galligan will host a half-hour business program called On the Money.

Starting next Monday, September 6, the series will show weekdays from 1pm to 1:30pm.

Galligan’s perspective will provide viewers with a “daily dose of economics, business, and consumer news, perspectives, and discussion,” according to Galligan.

Despite the fact that the channel was just launched a little over two months ago, it has already undergone a lot of changes, including the long-term resignation of chairman Andrew Neil.

The former BBC presenter is set to return in September, alongside six new series that have been added to GB’s growing library.

The sports and business shows will premiere in September, as will the recently announced political programmes.

Tom Harwood and Gloria De Piero, two new presenters, will be in charge. The Briefing: AM and The Briefing: Lunchtime are two different types of briefings.

On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, De Piero’s Lunchtime Show will air.

The channel is already well-known. The Briefing: On Wednesdays at 12 p.m., PMQs will take up De Piero’s slot, with Fantasy PMQs returning when Parliament is in recess.

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Afternoon coverage will begin with Darren McCaffrey’s The Briefing PM, followed by GB’s already popular evening portions.

On Mondays through Thursdays, a show hosted by former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Dan Wootton, and Mark Dolan airs, and on Fridays, a show hosted by former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Dan Wootton, and Mark Dolan airs.

This is the latest in a series of adjustments to GB News’ lineup, with Farage taking a break from his show on Monday afternoon as well.

In addition, Patrick Christys, a newbie, will replace Colin Brazier as host of To The Point with Mercy Muroki on weekday mornings.

In September, Andrew Neil is anticipated to return to his 9 p.m. position.

The presenter, on the other hand, has yet to make his. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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