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ITV News at Ten

ITV News at Ten



The show features all the daily national and international news and also features interviews with those making the headlines.

The show originally ran between 1967 and 1999, the show was then axed to allow ITV to show dramas and films without a break. It began airing again in 2001 it was axed due to low ratings in 2003, before returning in 2008.


Episode Info

Next: 42x253 -- Series 42, Episode 253 (Dec/19/2014)


The latest national and international news, sport and weather from the ITV news team.


Prev: 42x252 -- Series 42, Episode 252 (Dec/18/2014)


The latest national and international news, sport and weather from the ITV news team.


Cast
Julie EtchinghamJulie Etchingham
As Herself (Presenter 2008-present)
Mark AustinMark Austin
As Himself (Presenter 2008-present)
Natasha KaplinskyNatasha Kaplinsky
As Herself (Presenter 2011-present)
Trevor McDonaldTrevor McDonald
As Himself (Presenter 1991-1999; 2001-2004; 2008)
Anna FordAnna Ford
As Herself (Presenter 1976-1980)
Andrew Gardner (1)Andrew Gardner (1)
As Himself (Presenter 1967-1976)
George FitchGeorge Fitch
As Himself (Presenter 1967)
Alastair BurnetAlastair Burnet
As Himself (Presenter 1967-1974; 1976-1991)
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Recurring Guests

Chris Ship (29 eps)
Robert Moore (4) (29 eps)
Tom Bradby (25 eps)
Lucy Verasamy (20 eps)
David Cameron (2) (18 eps)
Becky Mantin (18 eps)
Dan Rivers (17 eps)
Joel Hills (17 eps)
Alex Beresford (16 eps)
Ed Miliband (15 eps)

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Warning: ITV News at Ten guide may contain spoilers
Classification: News
Genre: Current Events
Status: Returning Series
Network: itv ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: July 03, 1967
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• News at Ten (Used Throughout 1967-1999; 2008-2009), (Used In United Kingdom)
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