Who are the GB News presenters?

Television news channel GB News is set to launch on June 13, 2021.

But who are the GB News presenters?

Andrew Neil

GB News chairman Andrew Neil is going to host a daily news show in the evenings.

The 71-year-old Scottish journalist and broadcaster stepped down from his role at the BBC after 25 years back in September 2020.

He worked in various programmes, including Sunday Politics and This Week on BBC One and Daily Politics, Politics Live and The Andrew Neil Show on BBC Two.

Dan Wootton 

The Sun's own former executive editor and columnist Dan Wootton will also be joining the channel.

The New Zealand-born journalist and broadcaster who has a flair for showbiz news will be presenting his nightly show Tonight Live With Dan Wootton.

Kirsty Gallacher

Journalist Kirsty Gallacher will be a presenter of the Great British Breakfast.

The 45-year-old worked for Sky Sports between 1998 and 2018.

She also presented ITV's charity Soccer Aid with Dermot O'Leary for ten years.

Simon McCoy

BBC Breakfast's Simon McCoy is also joining GB News.

Back in March, the 59-year-old revealed he would be leaving the BBC One news show after 18 years on air.

McCoy who previously worked as a royal correspondent for Sky, will be hosting an afternoon show with the Member of the European Parliament for the Brexit Party, Alexandra Phillips.

Gloria De Piero

Gloria De Piero currently works on TalkRADIO and Times Radio.

She will co-host an early afternoon show with Sunday Telegraph journalist Liam Halligan.

She has previously worked on BBC political programmes, she was a political editor at Good Morning Britain, to report on politics.

In 2010 she was elected as the MP for the former mining constituency of Ashfield in Nottinghamshire. 

Alastair Stewart

Alastair Stewart has joined GB News after he was forced to quit ITV News after 40 years in 2020.

The veteran broadcaster has more than 40 years' experience in front of the camera will present a new weekend show.

Alastair Stewart and Friends will feature the week's biggest stories.

Michelle Dewberry

Michelle Dewberry, The Apprentice winner and a former Brexit party candidate has been signed up to head up a prime time show.

She will be presenting a new evening show Dewbs & Co.

Colin Brazier

Former Sky News presenter Colin Brazier has also joined the GB News team.

Brazier who previously presented programmes such as Sky News Today and Saturday Live will now be presenting a daytime "news, interview and debate" programme.

Alexandra Phillips

Member of the European Parliament for the Brexit Party, Alexandra Phillips is another member of GB News.

She previously worked for ITV Wales, North East with ITV Tyne Tees and the BBC.

Andrew Doyle

Comedian and writer Andrew Doyle will also be joining GB News.

He will be hosting the weekly show Free Speech Nation which is set to feature a "variety of guests and a lively, light-hearted look at current affairs."

Inaya Folarin Iman

Inaya Folarin Iman will be joining the morning presenting team five days a week.

The commentator and "anti-woke" campaigner is best known for her critique of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Tom Harwood

Tom Harwood, senior reporter for Guido Fawkes, will be the channel's political correspondent.

The Brexit advocate was the youngest person to ever appear on BBC Question Time.

Darren McCaffrey

Darren McCaffrey will be the network's political editor and Breakfast Presenter.

He was previously a political editor for Euronews.

Liam Halligan

Liam Halligan will be the economics and business Editor of GB News.

The former Channel 4 economics correspondent, will co-present a daily show with Gloria De Piero.

Mercy Muroki

The young social policy researcher, commentator, and columnist will be joining the GB News team.

The youngest member of Government’s race report Commission will co-present a daytime show on GB News.

Nana Akua

Nana Akua, will present a primetime Friday and Saturday evening news show.

She has previously worked for the BBC and appeared as a panellist on Good Morning Britain and the Jeremy Vine Show.

Neil Oliver

Neil Oliver will be presenting a current affairs programme on a weekly basis.

The historian, 54, has previously hosted a number of BBC documentaries.

Rebecca Hutson

Rebecca Hutson has been appointed as head of digital and will also be part of the channel’s on-air team.

She is the former head of video at Reach.

Rosie Wright

Rosie Wright will be joining the Great British Breakfast team.

She previously presented Good Morning Europe for Euronews.

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