What time is Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal on BBC Two and whos hosting the Newsnight special?


PRINCE Andrew will break his silence on the Jeffrey Epstein scandal in a “no holds barred” BBC interview.

It will be the first time the 59-year-old has been interviewed at length about his relationship with the financier and the accusations against him – here’s the lowdown…

Prince Andrew will speak for the first time about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein in a BBC interview

What time is Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal Newsnight special on BBC Two?

You can catch this must see telly TOMORROW (November 16, 2019).

The action will kick off from 9pm on BBC Two.

If you miss it, you will be able to watch it on the BBC iPlayer after it has aired.

This is a one-off show Newsnight special.

Prince Andrew, pictured with Jeffrey Epstein in New York in 2010

Who’s hosting Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal Newsnight special?

Emily Maitlis is hosting the show and tweeted that it would be a “no holds barred interview” with “no questions vetted”.

Emily is a British journalist, documentary-maker and newsreader for the BBC.

The 49-year-old is bets known for her work on Newsnight.

What will happen on the Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal Newsnight special?

In a promo picture for the Newsnight interview, Prince Andrew can be seen sitting across from Emily.

It is unclear where the interview was held.

In the interview he will address his relationship with the late Epstein,

It comes after the the Queen’s second son faced accusations by American Virginia Roberts that he had sex with her when she was 17-years-old.

But Andrew has repeatedly denied the accusations which were struck out by a US court.

Prince Andrew has addressed the scandal in a statement released by the palace, saying he met Epstein in 1999.

He added: “At no stage during the limited time I spent with him did I see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction.”