The One Show cancelled: Alex Jones BBC show taken off air in schedule shake-up

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Alex Jones will be missing from her usual spot on The One Show sofa today as the BBC magazine show has been taken off the air. The Welsh presenter along with her co-hosts Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas presents the show weekdays at 7pm but the BBC has cancelled the show’s first two instalments this week. 

The broadcaster will be airing an EastEnders double-bill today with the first episode of the BBC soap airing at 7pm.

A second instalment will follow at 7.25pm before Holby City airs in its usual slot of 7.50pm.

Alex warned The One Show fans of the shake-up at the end of last Friday’s show.

The BBC presenter and co-host Harry Judd welcomed Susan Calman, Boris Becker, Robbie Savage and Tom Odell onto the show

After thanking the guests, Alex revealed she would be back on the green sofa on Wednesday. 

Read more: Ronan Keating replaced as host of The One Show in presenting shake-up

She said: “So that’s it, thanks to all our guests, to Susan, Boris, Robbie and Tom.

“Now, we’re not here on Monday or Tuesday but Ronan and I will be back on Wednesday with Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh.”

Tuesday night’s edition of The One Show has been cancelled to make way for BBC One’s coverage of two Round of 16 Euro 2020 matches. 

Gary Lineker’s coverage of England v Germany begins at 4pm ahead of the 5pm kick-off at Wembley Stadium. 

This is immediately followed by Gabby Logan’s coverage of Sweden v Ukraine at Hampden Park at 7.30pm.

BBC News at Ten will air after the Euro 2020 game at a slightly later time of 10.10pm.

In the first half of tonight’s EastEnders’ double-bill, Bernie Taylor (Clair Norris) isn’t happy with the diet pills Tiffany Butcher (Maisie Smith) gave her. 

When Bernie learns that Rainie (Tanya Franks) and Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) will make a decision about the surrogacy tomorrow, she begs Tiffany to get hold of stronger pills but she refuses.

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Meanwhile, Lola Pearce (Danielle Harold) continues to worry about Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basula).

He takes her to Patrick Trueman’s (Rudolph Walker) shed in the allotments but she’s mortified by what she finds. 

During the second episode, Tiffany gives in to Bernie’s demands and gives her friend more diet pills. 

The call centre employee is overjoyed when Rainie and Stuart reveal they’d like Bernie to be their surrogate. 

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Elsewhere, Ruby Allen (Louisa Lytton) and Jean Slater (Gillian Taylforth) are horrified when Isaac turns up at the club with some horrific accusations about the club owner’s father. 

EastEnders fans are able to watch all of this week’s episodes on the BBC iPlayer.

The broadcaster has been releasing all four EastEnders episodes onto the streaming site each Monday while the BBC and ITV share coverage of Euro 2020. 

EastEnders continues on BBC One with a double-bill on Thursday at 7.40pm and 8.05pm.

EastEnders airs tonight on BBC One at 7pm and 7.25pm. 

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