Twitter fights at 6.30am, a 45-minute run and a new show watched by 80 million viewers... a day in the life of Kay Burley
It's midday, the top of the hour in the bustling Sky newsroom in London, and Kay Burley is planning her last run-out as a Sky News presenter. Since the start of this week, she's been hosting her flagship slot, The Kay Burley Show, from 2-5pm. "Expect more of the same, with bells on", says Burley - music to the ears of the 80 million viewers she's amassed globally, Monday to Thursday. She's been at Sky since its launch in 1989, clocked more live hours of TV than anyone else ("I like to say more than a million minutes"), skewered every serving Prime Minister since Thatcher, except May ("I don't know if she's scared") and been the subject of hundreds of complaints to Ofcom (she once made Peter Andre cry on air).