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Election night viewing choices include a host of politicians, comedians and favourite broadcasters

6th May 2010

For generations, Peter Snow with his Swingometer has been the person to watch on election night.  Peter's role is now up for grabs and the television channels are going head to head to get viewers.

All of BBC1's big names can be seen tonight.  David Dimbleby will host their eight-hour programme alongside Jeremy Paxman, Nick Robinson, Fiona Bruce, Jeremy Vine, Andrew Marr, John Simpson, Kirsty Wark, as well as Andrew Neil presenting Andrew Neil's Boat Party outside the London Eye.

On ITV, Alistair Stewart is in the hot seat and he will be joined by Julia Etchingham, Tom Bradby, ITV's political editor and election analyst Professor Colin Rallings.  Exiting, former politicians and those hoping to have a job tomorrow will also be adding their points of view and John Reid and Ann Widdecombe will be on ITV's sofa.

The Sky News team consists of Eamonn Holmes, Dermot Murnaghan, Adam Boulton, Kay Burley, Jeremy Thompson and Anna Botting.

But for light relief, there is Channel 4's Alternative Election Night.  The comedy gala is hosted by Lauren Laverne, Charlie Brooker, David Mitchell and Jimmy Carr.  Special previously recorded programmes will be shown throughout the evening including You Have Been Watching, Fonejacker and a Come Dine with Me Election Special.

Having cast your vote, sit back, relax and make more choices - at least you can keep hold of the remote and keep flicking channels!

 

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