The BBC has announced a award-winning podcast, Brexitcast, is to make a TV entrance in September.
The podcast, hosted by domestic editor Laura Kuenssberg, Europe editor Katya Adler, and correspondents Adam Fleming and Chris Mason, will be be shown on BBC One, late on Thursday nights.
It’s a initial BBC podcast to be consecrated as a BBC radio programme.
“Who says no one’s meddlesome in politics?!” pronounced Kuenssberg.
She added: “Brexitcast has grown and grown since a assembly loves and deserves minute explanations of huge events, yet likes a bit of devilment too.
The publisher combined it was an “absolute disturb to move a uncover to BBC One, and a payoff to entice a mythological and committed This Week assembly to join us, following on from Andrew [Neil], a autarchic late night host”.
According to a BBC, a new uncover “will sojourn loyal to a format of delivering geeky and impertinent insights into a difficult universe of Brexit from Westminster and Brussels”.
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The podcast was celebrated with a Listeners’ Choice endowment during a British Podcast Awards recently and will still be accessible to download on BBC Sounds as a weekly episode.
Brexitcast’s editor Dino Sofos added: “Our nerdy podcast has been on an implausible tour yet we never suspicion that BBC One would come knocking! We’re over a moon that a bigger assembly will now be means to find out about Adam’s Brexit binders.
“Crucially though, creation a TV chronicle of a podcast doesn’t meant a format will change… after all, Brexitcast means Brexitcast.”
A BBC orator reliable a format would sojourn unvaried with Thursday’s BBC One part accessible to download on BBC Sounds.
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