TalkTV 17+


News Corp UK & Ireland Limted

    • #23 in News
    • 4.7 • 590 Ratings
    • Free


TalkTV will deliver must-see news, current affairs and opinion, without an ideological bias. The full schedule pulls together world-class journalism and content from News UK’s brands, including popular talk show talent from TalkRadio in daytime


Watch youg favourite TalkTV presenters live and catch up on any episodes you missed: Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, Tom Newton Dunn, Rob Rinder, Jeremy Kyle, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Mike Graham, Ian Collins and more.


Tom Newton Dunn's show will be a lively, hour-long prime time show which will give viewers the news that matters to them in a straight and balanced way. News UK's world-beating stable of specialist journalists from print and broadcast will join Tom every night to share the very latest in their fields, from The Times's political team to The Sun's showbiz desk, talkSPORT's pundits to award-winning business reporters from across News Corp’s brands.


Piers’ new show will be straight talking: a fearless forum for lively, intelligent debate and agenda-setting interviews; celebrating free speech and the right for people to share their views. Every opinion matters. This is the first show of its kind broadcast across three separate continents.


Late night debate like you've never seen it before! With big name panellists from politics, entertainment and sport - expect to hear heated discussions, a clash of opinions, plus plenty of banter. No topic is off limits for this post-watershed panel. Viewers will keep tuning in for the straight talking, no nonsense-opinions of The Talk's regular guests including the legendary Sharon Osbourne, returning to the UK to host the show. It's the debate show that'll have everyone talking.

Enjoy our shows live or catch up when you can with our on-demand service, making sure you never miss a minute of TalkTV.

Have your say across social media and share your views with our presenters and team.


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What’s New

Version 2.0

The launch of TalkTV - April 25th 2022

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
590 Ratings

590 Ratings

Gromitandwallace ,

At last a TV channel talking sense

Tonight’s launch was a breath of fresh air. I see the leftie guardanistas et al are spitting bile and negative comments, and it’s only been on air for a few hours!
This is a channel that is being honest and is fighting back against woke crap and the cancel culture.
Wether the everyone can express an opinion even if some do not agree will survive, time will tell. The woke bullies won’t like it but I like the style like the formats and in the short time it’s been on I like the content. Good luck Talk TV you have a fan here.

Outdoor Sewing ,

Filling in time with music

I often turn off when you fill the empty time with music (the same tune) and profiling your presenters time and time again.
This does not happen with a radio station which reluctantly keep going back to.

AnnaTalk ,

Great Talk Radio TV but too many ad breaks!

Really enjoying Talk Radio TV, especially Julia Hartley- Brewer & Mike Graham.

(I also enjoy listening to Ian Collins, Mark Dolan, Patrick Christys & Christo but usually only on the radio, rather than the TV).

The TV, visual experience adds a whole new dimension and is very entertaining, for example, with Mike Graham’s drinks tasting with Helena Nicklinson and also his Plank of the Week.

However, my only bug bear is that there are too many ad breaks, which are also quite long. I used to enjoy the ad music, but am now finding it irritating as it is so repetitive. (Hence only 3 stars).

Nevertheless, Talk Radio is a great station - I was a long-time LBC listener and got fed up with certain presenters ‘preaching’ and, in ,general, the station’s biased viewpoints.

Talk radio is a breath of fresh air in the ‘woke’ radió/tv media world & definitely lives up to it’s claim of being the home of common sense!

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