BBC’s The One Show has been taken off-air until next Tuesday to make way for coverage of the Women's Euros and the ongoing Wimbledon tournament.
The magazine show announced on Twitter that it has been removed from the schedule completely, telling fans on Tuesday: “That's all from us tonight, thank you for watching! We'll be back next Tuesday. In the meantime, enjoy #WEURO2022.”
The One Show presenters Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas addressed the schedule shake-up during Tuesday's show.
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"We're going to be off for the rest of the week to make room for the Women's Euros," Jermaine explained.
"But we'll be back next Tuesday, BBC One at 7 o'clock, so we'll see you then!"
Since Wimbledon 2022 started, Alex Jones has been hosting The One Show from BBC Two, with several other BBC One programmes also switched to the broadcaster's separate station, but with BBC One covering the football from the middle of the week onwards, Wimbledon will instead air on BBC Two until 9pm.
A recent schedule change also left some viewers agitated on Tuesday evening after they tweeted out the show would be pushed back.
After the announcement of Government ministers Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid's resignation, the news was extended to explain in detail what had happened, which ultimately affected the BBC One schedule.
Taking to the official The One Show Twitter account, they explained: "Tonight's One Show will be on slightly later than billed, stay tuned and we'll keep you updated."
Annoyed by the announcement, one viewer fumed: "Delayed because two ignorant ministers finally decided to take the advice of the public and resign? Absolute tosh."
A second quipped: "No one cares about the news, we're off partying that Rishi and Sajid have resigned! BRING BACK THE ONE SHOW!"
While a third agreed: "Would rather watch the One Show than have extended news. Excited to see Russell T Davies on the show!"
The One Show has been one of many programmes in recent weeks to suffer multiple schedule shake-ups due to the Wimbledon 2022 Tournament.
Eastenders has been dropped from BBC One in favour of Wimbledon coverage for the first time ever.
The move hasn't proved popular with Walford Square fans, with one writing on Twitter: "What I’ve never understood is why the BBC insists on moving the BBC One evening schedule (One Show, EastEnders, etc.) over to BBC Two just so the Wimbledon coverage can be on One. What’s wrong with the tennis being on Two?!
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