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The One Show is presented by two main hosts Alex Jones and Matt Baker, although different presenters will fill in from time to time and it does feature a selection of roving reporters.
Chris Evans also joins Alex Jones in the studio each Friday. And Matt Baker covers the shift Monday to Thursday.
Normally the format is a half-hour show, but occasionally this can stretch to an hour on a particularly busy day for news, or for a special occasion such as Halloween, and the occasional Friday night.
The One Show runs all year round apart from a break at Christmas and when major sports events such as the World Cup are being televised.
The One Show broadcasts live from BBC Media Village in London’s White City
Initially the show was commissioned for a four-week trial, the original idea being for the programme to be a modern-day version of the BBC magazine show Nationwide.
In the beginning it was live every weeknight between 14 August and 8 September 2006.
When the show originally launched, it was hosted by Nadia Sawalha and Adrian Chiles, and featured a huge variety of topical reports from length and breadth of the UK. The series was revamped in July 2007 with a number of changes to the format, including a move away from the original location which was Birmingham.
With a move to London, Nadia Sawalha’s place was taken by signer/presenter Myleene Klass. However, Klass’s stint with the show was short-lived as she quit after just one month to have her first child. Other presenters who have featured since then include Christine Bleakley and comedian Jason Manford.
In its current form The One Show attracts around five million viewers per day.
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