Weekend World

Paddy O'Connell

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A lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes and a brief snapshot of what's coming up at the weekend.

Presented by award-winning BBC broadcaster Paddy O'Connell, Weekend World is a sometimes irreverent and always lively look at viewers' comments on BBC World News programmes and world issues in general.

Paddy will present the audience with an exclusive snapshot of programmes being shown over the coming weekend on BBC World News.

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Weekend World is broadcast on Fridays at 1640, 1840 and 2140 GMT, and on Saturdays at 0010, 0710, and 1210 GMT.


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