The One Show usually airs at 7pm on weekday evenings, but for the next three weeks, it has been replaced by a number of other shows.
This is because the BBC has made way for coverage of events unfolding at Wimbledon, with the annual sporting event making 2019 on schedules from today.
Although Wimbledon got underway at 1.45pm this afternoon, with coverage due to wrap before the six o’clock news on BBC One, The One Show has been completed removed from the schedule.
With coverage continuing over on BBC Two until 9.30pm tonight, BBC One will broadcast a number of other programmes such as a double bill of EastEnders.
We’re off air for three weeks
The One Show
On Friday’s instalment of the show, Mel Giedroyc, 51, and Jo Whiley, 53, presented a special edition of the programme live from Glastonbury.
Following the episode, the official Twitter account for The One Show told viewers the programme would be taking a three week hiatus.
“We’re off air for three weeks for a summer break!” the post read, before adding: “We'll be back on Monday 22nd July, @BBCOne from 7pm. #TheOneShow #Glastonbury2019.”
Last week’s collation of shows also saw music icon Lulu, 70, sat down with the Matt, 41, and Mel to speak about her latest projects.
With a tour on the horizon, Lulu told the hosts about how the name of the musical gig came to be which did reference a rude remark.
After the hosts told viewers the name of the tour was: “Lulu On Fire,” the music