The One Show has been canceled as part of a BBC schedule shuffle.

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The One Show has been canceled as part of a BBC schedule shuffle.

The BBC magazine show THE ONE SHOW will not air on Wednesday owing to a schedule change, thus it will be absent from the schedule.

On Wednesday evening, fans of The One Show will be unhappy because the BBC show will not air at its customary time of 7 p.m. The magazine show has been canceled to create room for coverage of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2021. The shake-up was announced by Alex Scott and Jermaine Jenas at the end of Tuesday’s The One Show.

The One Show airs on BBC One at 7 p.m. on weekdays, however Alex and Jermaine were not on the channel on Wednesday.

“We are not on broadcast tomorrow because of the Chelsea Flower Show,” Alex revealed on Tuesday, “but we will be back on Thursday.”

The One Show’s web page clarified the situation, saying, “That’s all from us tonight, we’ll be back on Thursday with [Natalie Imbruglia], [JJ Chalmers], and [Greg James].”

JJ Chalmers of Strictly Come Dancing answered, “See you Thursday.”

For the first time in its 108-year existence, the RHS Chelsea Show is being hosted in the autumn.

The horticulture exhibition, which began on Sunday, will be covered until Wednesday.

The RHS Chelsea Show airs at 3.45 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8 p.m. during the week.

The presenters looked at how the growers and designers maintain their exhibits looking fresh throughout the week earlier in the day on Wednesday.

That’s it for tonight; we’ll be back with @natimbruglia, @JJChalmersRM, and @gregjames on Thursday. ������

Streaming is available on @BBCiPlayer. #TheOneShow pic.twitter.com/HUP7HUCTgR https://t.co/h1sowNywu3#TheOneShow

At 7 p.m., Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift will present the BBC RHS People’s Choice Award.

Meanwhile, on BBC Two at 8pm, Monty Don and Joe investigate how gardening might enhance our mental health.

On Thursday, The One Show will resume, followed by the RHS Chelsea Show on Friday.

The event will be broadcast on BBC Two from 8.30 p.m. on Friday.

“Craig David, my mother and father, Monty, and a Dahlia,” host Sophie tweeted on Wednesday.

“That’s @The RHS Chelsea for you,” says the narrator. Tonight at 7 p.m. on @bbcone (without the parents).”

On Tuesday, Alex and Jermaine spoke with Paterson Joseph and Ben Miller of Vigil.

Ben, who starred in Death in Paradise, talked about his latest book, How I Became A Dog Called Midnight, which is based on his beloved pet.

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