GMT

GMT is a news programme on BBC World News that first premiered on 1 February 2010. The programme’s main presenter is George Alagiah and Stephen Sackur as a relief presenter. Each programme begins with the presenter giving the headlines then turning to the first story, giving the time in that part of the world.

GMT is aired from 1200-1300 GMT on weekdays on BBC World News. The programme acts as a primetime programme for Asia and also as a breakfast programme for the U.S. East Coast. The programme features analysis and discussion of the top news stories of the day and also previews the exclusive reports, correspondent feature films and interviews planned on BBC World News programme BBC World News America at 0000 GMT later that day.

GMT: 2010-2013

GMT: 2010-2013

Titles Launched: 1 Feb 10 Subject: Analysis, discussion and correspondent reports (live; daily) Studio and Presenter Shots Headlines/Coming Up Breaking News Straps Graphics...
GMT: 2013-

GMT: 2013-

BBC World News relocated to Broadcasting House from its previous home at BBC Television Centre on 14 January 2013. This is a part of the move of BBC News and other audio and vision departments of the BBC into one shared accommodation in Central London....