THE One Show brings viewers topical chats of the day, with star guests thrown into the mix.
The BBC One teatime series also has a team of popular presenters on the famous red sofa.
What time is The One Show on BBC One?
You can watch The One Show on BBC One at 7pm.
The show runs Monday to Friday, and for half an hour each day at 7pm.
You can also catch up with past episodes on the BBC iPlayer.
Each night the presenters mix interviews with an array of celebrity guests, covering topics ranging from current affairs to pop culture.
Who are The One Show presenters?
After graduating from university, Alex worked as a television researcher before securing a job reading Welsh-language children’s programmes.
Alex has had other presenting jobs on Back In Time For The Factory and Shop Well For Less.
She also took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2011.
Alex started presenting The One Show in 2011.
Singer Ronan has turned his attention to presenting in recent years.
He wakes up London every weekday morning on the Magic Breakfast show.
But Ronan of course shot to fame in Boyzone, after joining the group in 1993.
The boyband had six number one singles with Words, A Different Beat, All That I Need, No Matter What, When The Going Gets Tough and You Needed Me.
You can catch him on the show every Thursday and Friday.
Which guests are The One Show tonight?
Coming up on The One Show tonight (March 31, 2023) :
- Alex Jones and Ronan Keating are joined by Eddie Izzard, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who talks about her new music.
- Actor Jack Farthing, who chats about his new BBC drama.
How long has The One Show been running?
The magazine style show has been running for over a decade, with the first episode airing on August 14, 2006.
From 2007 to 2010 it was hosted by Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley, before Alex Jones and Jason Manford took the helm, later being replaced by Matt Baker.
Chris Evans oversaw the Friday night hour-long episodes from 2010 to 2015.
The likes of Dermot O’Leary, Phil Tufnell, Zoe Ball and Fearne Cotton are among the guest presenters who have stood in for the regular duos.