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BBC News at Nine
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Created by "BBC News
Presented by "Martine Croxall and "Clive Myrie
Theme music composer "David Lowe
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
Location(s) Studio A (Weekdays)/ Studio E (Weekends/Bank Holidays), "Broadcasting House, "London
Running time 60 minutes (Monday-Thursday)
45 minutes (Friday)
30 minutes (Saturday-Sunday)
Original network "BBC News
Picture format "1080i ("16:9 "HDTV)
Original release 18 March 2013 – 31 May 2015
Preceded by BBC News
Followed by "World News Today / "Outside Source
Related shows "BBC Breakfast
"BBC News at One
"BBC News at Five
"BBC News at Six
"BBC News at Ten
"BBC Weekend News
"World News Today

The BBC News at Nine was a nightly news programme on "BBC News. It aired Monday to Sunday from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. The programme was fronted by Rebecca Jones, "Clive Myrie, or "Martine Croxall. The show included a detailed look at the news, as well as analysis with guests and business, sport, newspapers review and weather updates.

The bulletin ended on 31 May 2015 and was replaced by "Outside Source and a new edition of World News Today.[1]



Years Presenter Current role
2013–2015 "Martine Croxall Main / Deputy presenter, Relief presenter
2015 Rebecca Jones Acting Deputy Main Presenter, Relief Presenter
2013-2014 "Clive Myrie Main presenter, Relief presenter
2013–2015 "Chris Rogers Regular Relief presenter
2013–2015 "Adam Parsons
2013–2015 "Gavin Grey
2013–2015 "Shaun Ley occasional presenter
2013–2015 "Christian Fraser occasional presenter
2013–2015 "Tim Wilcox occasional presenter
2013–2015 "Julian Worricker occasional presenter
2013–2015 "Rachel Schofield occasional presenter
2014–2015 "Sophie Long occasional presenter

Other segments[edit]

The weather and business updates were generally presented from the screen away from the main desk, unless they preceded each other. Sports updates were presented from the BBC Sport Centre at "MediaCityUK, "Salford. From 30 June 2014, the programme aired an extended Weather for the Week Ahead at 9.55pm. This looked at the weather, generally over the British Isles, over the next seven days.

On Fridays, from 9.45 pm, the programme Newswatch used to air. This was moved to a slightly earlier timeslot, 9.30pm-9.45pm, and now airs after the Friday edition of World News Today, with overnight repeats on Friday nights/Saturday mornings and during the "BBC Breakfast programme on Saturday morning, simulcast on "BBC One. Newswatch features viewer opinions and criticisms on how BBC News has covered news events during the week. On Friday night, a repeat of "The Film Review follows. It is presented by the anchor of the "BBC News at Five and a film critic, usually "Mark Kermode, from the Studio C (BBC World News' main studio) with the background and lighting changed to resemble a cinema effect. It features reviews of all the week's main releases.

Weekends and Bank Holidays[edit]

During weekends and bank holidays, BBC News at Nine resembled an unbranded BBC News channel bulletin, usually lasting for 30 minutes. It was presented from the News Channel's main studio, studio E. On weekends Our World is shown between 9:30pm and 10:00pm.


  1. ^ "BBC News Channel announces new commitment to international news". BBC. 23 February 2015. Retrieved 24 February 2015. 

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