TIPPING Point has been pulled off air next week in the latest schedule shake-up at ITV.
The long-running game-show hosted by Ben Shephard has been bumped off the TV guide to make way for another programme.
The commercial network will instead air live coverage of Racing Live from The Oaks.
Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani will go live from 1:30pm and will present the broadcast from Epsom.
This will include the 4.30 Betfred Oaks and chief supporting race the 3.15 Coronation Cup.
It will include analysis from Jason Weaver and Johnny Murtagh, reports from Rishi Persad, Oli Bell, Matt Chapman and Mick Fitzgerald.
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There will also be coverage from events away from the races with huge names such as former Love Island star Chris Hughes and Good Morning Britain's Charlotte Hawkins.
From 5pm the schedule will resume as Bradley Walsh host a new edition of The Chase as normal.
This comes as both Tipping Point and The Chase have been moved at the beginning of the week on Bank Holiday Monday.
On Monday 29 May, the shows will be broadcast later than usual as a result of the Bank Holiday.
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This follows ITV's recent trend to move the shows each Bank Holiday Monday.
The programmes were also switched up for the King's Coronation earlier this month.
Tipping Point, fronted by Ben Shephard, will air 50 minutes later than usual at 4:50pm.
Viewers of The Chase will then catch the Bradley Walsh fronted game show right after at 5:50pm.
Monday's edition of The Chase will be shortened to finish in time for the ITV News at 6:35pm.
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