Former NT chief minister Adam Giles joins Sky News

Former chief minister of the Northern Territory Adam Giles, is launching a new Sunday night show on Sky News, The Adam Giles Show.

Sky News Presenter Adam Giles

The announcement:

Sky News today announced former Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Adam Giles will join the Sky News team to anchor a new Sunday night discussion program, The Adam Giles Show.

Kicking off the channel’s new Sunday evening line-up at 6:00pm AEST, the new one-hour program will premiere this Sunday 6 May and broadcast LIVE from the Sky News Melbourne studio each week.

Adam will be joined by regional community leaders and politicians to discuss the big issues facing local communities.

Adam Giles said: “I am really excited to be joining the Sky News team. The new program is a great opportunity to give community leaders across different regions of Australia the chance to share their view on issues affecting them and their communities.

Joining me for the premiere of The Adam Giles Show this week is Matt Cunningham, Northern Australia Correspondent and Darwin Bureau Chief at Sky News, Perth journalist, Jane Marwick and Federal MP for Wright, Scott Buchholz, all bringing a fresh perspective and commentary on the headlines that matter most.”

Angelos Frangopoulos, CEO Australian News Channel said: “It’s a great pleasure to welcome Adam Giles to Sky News and to our outstanding new Sunday night line-up, to bring viewers a robust discussion and focus on the news and events taking place across regional Australia.”

A regular guest on Sky News programs, most recently on Paul Murray LIVE, Adam was Chief Minister from March 2013 to August 2016 and former leader of the Country Liberal Party. Adam grew up in the Blue Mountains, NSW, and has lived all over Australia, including Melbourne, Canberra, Alice Springs and Darwin and now resides in Western Victoria.

Source: Sky News


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