Noel Gay clients are leading the General Election coverage.

Jeremy Vine will be guiding us through the results as they come in, aided by the Swingometer on BBC One, and Emily Maitlis will be anchoring from Westminster on day two as the results become clearer.

Political broadcaster, journalist and ex special adviser to the Labour Party, Ayesha Hazarika will be appearing across BBC and ITV overnight coverage as the results come in over night. She will also be on Good Morning Britain the morning of the  13th December to analyse the results and fallout from the night before.

Fiona Bruce presents a special Question Time from London on Friday evening to unpick the results with a panel of politicians and live audience. Tune into BBC One at 8:30pm on Friday.

Krishnan Guru Murthy is hosting coverage of the election on Channel 4’s Alternative Election Night. An 8-hour live broadcast featuring satirical comedy and news reports, Alternative Election Night features celebrity, comedic and political contributors as well as a specially invited studio audience as they deliver the election results.

If you need some light relief from all the election results, Laurence Howarth will be on call for the election special of Dead Ringers on BBC Radio 2 on Friday. With each sketch being written within moments of the results, this episode promises to be the most up-to-the-minute show in the programme’s history. Recorded at lunchtime and edited in the afternoon, every twist, turn and embarrassing face-saving platitude will be examined. Listen in at 6.30pm.