The Australian columnist Chris Kenny is returning to SKY News for a new 2 hour programme, Kenny on Sunday from April 15.
It replaces Mundine Means Business with Warren Mundine.
Paul Murray Live will also switch to 9pm Sundays – Thursdays as part of a Sunday revamp. PML Overtime airs at 10:00pm.
Chris Kenny said: “I’m excited to be returning to SKY News. I’m planning to welcome again some of my favourite guests and also new talent, providing viewers with the very best in news and views. While most of us relax with family and friends on Sundays, the Sabbath is crucial for newsmakers. The polls are published, the politicians head back to Canberra and it’s a day for major announcements, set piece interviews and setting the agenda for the week ahead.”
Paul Murray said: “Sundays give us a first crack at the issues that will dominate the week and I can’t wait to end the weekend with a good old-fashioned fire up.”
“I love the idea of people starting the day with First Edition and ending it with Paul Murray LIVE. The new timeslot gives us a chance to talk about all the big news, rip into sport and take extra time to talk to some really interesting people.”
Angelos Frangopoulos, CEO Australian News Channel said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Chris Kenny back to the SKY News line-up and to see Paul Murray bring his unstoppable program to Sunday evenings. Sunday nights on SKY News will be dynamic, informative and must-watch viewing.”
Further announcements regarding Sundays will be made soon.
Kenny on Sunday, Sundays at 7:00pm
Paul Murray Live, now Sundays – Thursdays at 9:00pm
PML Overtime, now Sundays – Thursday 10:00pm