EVVTV12 55 Posted September 18, 2022 Share Posted September 18, 2022 Funeral Coverage for the UK goes like this. BBC: Breakfast will start at its normal time of 6 and run until 8. At that time, Huw Edwards and Fergal Keane will start all day reporting from London with David Dimbleby, who I haven’t seen since he left Question Time, and Kristy Young will report from Windsor. The program will run on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Parliament, and BBC iPlayer. This will also be on PBS and BBC America starting at a later time. BBC Two will be with British Sign Language. The BBC News will air at 5pm on BBC One with regional news at 5:50, The One Show starting at 6:15, Paddington 2 at 6:50, then a recap of the days events right after. BBC News at 10 will air for one hour. On the radio side, Radio 4, 5 Live, Radio Wales, and Radio Scotland will start at 9 and run until 1:30 and then restart at 2:30 and go until 5. BBC Local Radio will be from 10-2 with Radio 2 and 3 airing the funeral at 11. Radio 1, 1Xtra, BBC Asian Network, and Radio 6 Music will have news updates. Radio 1 Dance and Radio 1 Relax will simulcast Radio 1. CBBC and CBeebies will air as normal. BBC Three and BBC Four will start at normal times of 7 that evening. ITV: Good Morning Britain will run from 6 until 9:30. At 9:30, Tom Bradby and Julie Etchingham will host the main coverage from Windsor until 6. Regional News will start at 6 with the ITV Evening News at 6:30. 7:30 will bring a recap of the last 10 days with a recap of the day at 9. Tom Bradby will then present the ITV News at 10 for a full hour with regional news afterwards. The full day will be broadcast on ITV and ITV 2, 3, 4, ITVBe, and CITV. Sky: As it has for the past 10 days, Sky News will have rolling coverage anchored by its team that have during the time period. The funeral will be broadcast live on all of the Sky channels. This will include Sky Showcase, Sky Max, Sky Arts, Sky History, and all the Sky Sports channels just to name a few. Channel 4: Channel 4 will not air the funeral, but will be showing programming related to the Royal Family including a documentary on the Queen’s Coronation in 1953. Channel 4 News will air at 1:25 and run until 2:50 and it’s main 7PM newscast until 8:30. The channel will air the two minutes of silence on the main channel and a few of its digital channels. Channel 5: Channel 5 will also not be broadcasting the funeral and will instead air it’s normal children's programming followed by The Emoji Movie, Stuart Little, Ice Age 3, and Sing. 5 News at 5 will run until 6:15. Global: All ads will be paused for 24 hours starting at Midnight. From 10 until 1, LBC’s Nick Ferrari will anchor coverage on all of Globals stations: Capital, Gold, Classic FM, Heart, Smooth, RadioX, and LBC News. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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