A lunchtime news bulletin with the latest national and international news, sport and weather.\
Runtime: 30 minutes
BBC News at One - BBC News at Ten - Netflix
BBC News at Ten — formerly known as the BBC Ten O'Clock News or the Ten O'Clock News — is the flagship evening news programme, broadcast six nights a week (Sunday to Friday) for British television channel BBC One and the BBC News channel. It is presented by Huw Edwards and deputised by Fiona Bruce. The programme was controversially moved from 9pm on 16 October 2000. The main presenter simultaneously holds the lead presenter role for major events, election night (from 2015) and breaking news. The programme features thirty minutes of British national and international news, with an emphasis on the latter. It incorporates around twelve minutes (every Monday to Thursday, seven minutes on Fridays) of news from the BBC regions around the country, at approximately 10:30pm to 10:45pm Monday to Thursday, and 10:25pm to 10:35pm every Friday; this is followed by a national weather forecast. On Sundays, the bulletin airs until 10:20pm, followed by the regional news until 10:30pm. BBC News at Ten is currently the most watched news programme in Britain, averaging 4.9 million viewers each night. When rival channel ITV relaunched the ITV News at Ten in 2008, the BBC bulletin won the battle in the ratings, with an average of 4.8 million viewers watching, compared to the 2.2 million who viewed the ITV news.
BBC News at One - Former presenters - Netflix
If there is no position before the years of being a presenter, then the newsreader was either a relief presenter or occasional guest presenter. Michael Buerk (Main presenter, 2000–2003) Peter Sissons (Main presenter, 2000–2003) George Alagiah (Main relief presenter, 2000–2014) Darren Jordon (2003–2006) Dermot Murnaghan (2004–2007) Sian Williams (2004–2013) Natasha Kaplinsky (2006–2007) Jon Sopel (2006–2007) Chris Lowe (2006–2007) Ben Brown (2007) Emily Maitlis (2007–2013)
BBC News at One - References - Netflix