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The Morning Report

By Channel 4 News

Updated on 28 June 2006

In case you haven't heard already, it's now possible to wake up to Channel 4 News or listen to us as you go to work.

The Morning Report

The Morning Report is our new breakfast radio programme. It's got the overnight news, the main stories from the papers, and contributions from all our correspondents and reporters.

Plus a bit more besides...

You can hear it on Oneword, Channel 4 Radio's digital station at 7 30 am each day, via a digital radio or TV in all of these places:

Sky Digital: 0127

Freeview: 717

NTL: 892

Or you can download it from the Channel 4 News website, or subscribe via iTunes and listen to it as a podcast on your MP3 player:

Download latest mp3 file here: >>Download mp3

Click here to subscribe to the Morning Report via iTunes: >>Subscribe via iTunes

To subscribe using other software simply cut and paste the following code into your feed reader:

It's available from around 7 am each day so you can listen to us on your way to work.

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