TalkTV is here! Brand new channel hits the airwaves as nation awaits Piers Morgan Uncensored

BRAND new TV channel TalkTV has hit the airwaves as the nation awaits Piers Morgan. 

Former Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn has kicked proceedings off with current affairs show The News Desk.

The seasoned journalist is tackling the biggest news stories of the day in a packed show for the next hour.

Then Piers Morgan will appear on our screens at 8pm with a sensational Donald Trump interview.

Piers Morgan Uncensored is an unfiltered show that promises to ruffle a few feathers – whether you hate or love the fiery presenter.

Teaser clips for the first show have already promised a bombshell first episode after ex-President Trump stormed off the set.

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Piers blamed Trump's refusal to admit defeat in the 2020 vote for last year's deadly Capitol riots.

He also sensationally called for the Queen to strip Prince Harry and Meghan of their royal titles in the world exclusive interview.

The incendiary interview will finish at 9pm – leading into Sharon Osbourne's hour-long debate show, The Talk.

Five famous faces all from different backgrounds will be brought together to debate current affairs issues.

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Tonight's first episode will see Jeremy Kyle make his TV comeback alongside commentators JJ Anisiobi and Esther Krakue and actress Nicola Thorp.

TalkTV is an exciting new venture for News UK.

There are hourly news bulletins, sports and entertainment shows, as well as current affairs, debates, opinions and documentaries.

It uses talent from existing brands – The Sun, talkRADIO, talkSPORT, Virgin Radio, Times Radio, The Times and The Sunday Times – as well as exciting new faces.

  • Watch TalkTV on Monday 25th April on Sky 526, Virgin Media 627, Freeview 237, Freesat 217 or on Fox Nation in the US.

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