Royal Wedding Broadcasts
Coverage of the Royal Wedding will be led by UK news broadcasters BBC, ITN and Sky News. The BBC is in charge of the 20+ cameras inside Westminster Abbey, however hundreds of other cameras will be positioned along the 1.2m wedding procession route from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. Here’s a selection of what to watch and when:
Broadcasting from 8.ooam with Huw Edwards and, on the street with Fiona Bruce, Sophie Raworth and Fearne Cotton – just to name a few. Fearne Cotton will also be hosting a special Radio1 show from the mall on Thursday 28 April.
Catch the highlights from 9.30pm
Broadcast live at the same time as BBC One in the UK.
Broadcasting from 6.00am from the studio with Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley meanwhile, Kate Garraway will be at the bride’s home village of Bucklebury. From 11.00am Julie Etchingham and Philip Schofield, with Mary Nightingale at Westminster Abbey and Alastair Stewart and Mark Austin in the crowds.
Broadcasting begins at 6.00am outside Buckingham Palace, with Eamonn Holmes and Sarah Hughes.
A whole day of International Royal Wedding coverage with Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper and Kiran Chetry, meanwhile Cat Deeley will report from the crowds.
Broadcasting from outside Buckingham Palace will be Shepard Smith, Martha MacCallum, Socialite Plum Sykes and former Butler to Princess of Diana, Paul Burrell. The network’s programming leading up to the event will include the documentary Countdown to the Royal Wedding
Live coverage from 4.00am with Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters, followed by a West Coast edition of Good Morning America, with Robin Roberts reporting live from the Abbey.
Coverage all day long, with a focus on the Royal Wedding fashion and guests.