Andrew Neil has stated his new Sunday night politics present will concentrate on “clever dialogue” slightly than the “sensation and shouting” of the American opinion-led format.The veteran broadcaster, 72, stated the later time slot of the programme means his group could have “the waterfront to ourselves” permitting them to “throw” the information ahead to the approaching week.The stay 10-part sequence, titled The Andrew Neil Present, begins on Channel 4 on Could 8 airing weekly at 6pm, and can characteristic Cupboard minister Jacob Rees-Mogg as its first visitor.The Every day Mirror’s Pippa Crerar and The Telegraph’s Madeline Grant will provide up their perception as political commentators.Neil instructed the PA information company: “In British broadcasting, six o’clock is an uncommon time on a Sunday evening to do a political present, however it means we have now the waterfront to ourselves. There aren’t any different opponents on at the moment.READ MORE“Sunday mornings are a bit crowded and there are different factors within the schedule which have a number of political programming – breakfast time as properly throughout the week. We get this slot to ourselves.”Describing the night as a “pivotal time”, he added: “The information cycle that’s been created by the Sunday papers, after which by the Sunday morning speak exhibits, is starting to work its means out and throw itself ahead to the beginning of a brand new week on Monday morning.“We’re in a pivotal place the place we are able to wrap up what’s occurred within the week behind us simply coming to an finish, and throw ahead to what’s arising with the week forward.“So it’s truly an excellent time. I’m shocked somebody hasn’t considered it earlier than.”The brand new present comes after the launch of stories channels GB Information and TalkTV, which each characteristic opinion-led present affairs programmes akin to the mannequin standard in America.Neil stated his programme would sit “in between” straight information and remark, however added: “It received’t be American-style, that’s for positive. And it received’t be shouty.“However I hope it’ll have some tempo and a few perception. Shouty will be fairly entertaining, although it’s additionally just a little bit exhausting after some time.“What I found, I believe, is that the type of viewers we’re after places a premium on top quality dialogue and evaluation and never opinion.“They like a little bit of edge. They like their evaluation to not be bland, however they don’t need opinion shoved down their throat on a regular basis.“They’re completely able to making up their very own opinions. And I believe that’s what we’ll attempt to do.”Neil promised his political interviews will solely be with “the massive gamers” and never “the minister for paper clips”, confirming he has contacted Quantity 10 relating to an interview with the Prime Minister.“Once we can’t get a giant beast to be interviewed, then I believe we’ll simply have clever dialogue amongst ourselves,” he added.“We have now lined up some very good commentators who’re actually plugged in, and who will likely be contemporary voices, who know what they’re speaking about.“In exhibits that I’ve achieved up to now, individuals need to hear well-informed individuals telling them what’s happening. Not what their view is about that, however ‘for this reason it’s occurring’ and ‘that is seemingly what’s to occur subsequent’, and ‘right here’s why’. And I believe we’ll go for that sort.“It’s Channel 4 so I believe we’ll go for clever dialogue, slightly than sensation or shouting.”The Andrew Neil Present launches on Sunday at 6pm on Channel 4.