BBC News at One

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The BBC News at One is the afternoon news bulletin from the BBC. Produced by BBC News, the programme is broadcast on BBC One and the BBC News channel on Monday to Sunday 1:00pm.

Like the BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten, the programme is presented by a single newsreader; usually Sophie Raworth from Tuesday to Friday, and Kate Silverton on Mondays.

The BBC News at One achieved an average reach of 2.7 million viewers per bulletin in 2007, making it the most watched programme on UK daytime television.


The One O'Clock News launched on the 27 October 1986 together with the daytime television service on BBC One serving as a replacement to the BBC News After Noon programme. Martyn Lewis, who had joined the BBC from rival ITN, was the original presenter.

A new look across all of BBC News television output on 10 May 1999 meant that for the first time all the main bulletins on BBC One had the same look, the only exception being the title of the programme. At this time Anna Ford took over as the main presenter of the bulletin, staying until her retirement from news reading in April 2006.

On 22 January 2007 the programme titles were relaunched, along with the rest of the BBC television output, to give an identical series of titles across news programming on all BBC channels.

On 4 February 2008, the programme temporarily moved studios, from N6 to N8 (the former BBC News 24 studio), as part of restructuring across BBC News. On 21 April 2008 the programme...
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