The author and journalist is famous for his documentaries on British history and his work has appeared in The Scotsman, the Edinburgh Evening News and The Herald.
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He has worked in broadcasting for almost 20 years, and GB News has confirmed that his role with them will be to host a current affairs program that “will focus on people from all walks of life who are making Britain a great one.” city”.
Mr Oliver said: “My career has always been driven by my fascination with people, whether trying to understand ancient people through archeology or living people through journalism.
“The debate in this country has been stifled for so long that GB News wants to open a window and let in some fresh air, new perspectives and fresh voices.
“I never imagined that my career would take this turn, but I am extremely excited that it is.”
Broadcaster Andrew Neil will lead GB News, and has said he wants the channel to do “what American channels do” that is, “programming built around powerful presenters that becomes a fixture on the go. watch”.
He refuted claims the channel is a UK version of the right-wing US Fox network, saying the programs would comply with Ofcom’s rules of fairness and “it won’t be screaming angry TV” .
The Stop Funding Hate has previously attempted to boycott potential advertisers and some journalists who were approached to work on it told The Telegraph it was being presented to them as a right-wing alternative to the BBC.
The channel’s launch date has yet to be confirmed.
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