Talk announces Spring schedule changes

Talk announces its Spring schedule with a refreshed lineup of no-nonsense presenters at the home of common sense.

You can listen on DAB+ and smart speaker, watch on YouTube and connected TVs, and via our app.

The full lineup will see Mike Graham on Breakfast, giving a voice to the nation with his own special mix of fiery debate and humour from 6.30am to 10am. 

Julia Hartley-Brewer, one of the most distinctive and outspoken voices in the business, will bring her fearless brand of journalism to the 10am to 1pm show from Monday to Thursday, with Alex Phillips presenting on Fridays.

Ian Collins will continue to cut through the echo-chamber with intelligent debates from 1pm to 4pm. 

Jeremy Kyle takes the reins at Drivetime on Monday to Thursday from 4pm to 7pm for a down-to-earth look at the headlines, and Peter Cardwell covers 4pm to 7pm on Fridays.  

Kevin O’Sullivan will round up the day with the best analysis and insight from 7pm to 10pm.

Dennie Morris, Director of Audio, News Broadcasting, said: “The home of common sense is back and is going completely digital.

"Talk will continue to bring viewers and listeners the biggest, boldest opinions and analysis in broadcasting.

"Our flagship weekday lineup with Mike Graham, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Ian Collins, Jeremy Kyle and Kevin O’Sullivan will maintain Talk’s growing reach across the brand: on YouTube, on connected TVs, on radio, online and on the Talk app."