The coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, as king and queen of the United Kingdom will take place on Saturday 6th May 2023.
Clare Balding will provide commentary for the ceremonial route, and Anita Rani will join the gathered crowds.
British Sign Language will be available on BBC Two.
British Sign Language will be available on ITV3.
Kay will be outside Westminster Abbey from 7.00am speaking to some of the dignitaries and celebrities who will be going to the Coronation. She will be joined by renowned educationalist and historian Sir Anthony Seldon for the Breakfast Show.
Anna will be live from Buckingham Palace at 9.00am with Patrick Harrison, former press secretary of 11 years to King Charles III and Sky News royal event commentator Alastair Bruce who will go on to commentate on the ceremonial service from 11am.
Cameras will then follow the procession back to Buckingham Palace where Dame Joanna Lumley will join the team for the famous balcony shots and flypast.
Sky News royal correspondent Laura Bundock will bring insight and analysis, while Sarah-Jane Mee and Kamali Melbourne will be amongst the action reporting live from the crowds on The Mall and other key locations around London.
GB News’ coverage will get underway with the national anthem “God Save the King” just before 6.00am.
GB News’ afternoon schedule will then play out during the evening with Neil Oliver Live at 6.00pm, Calvin Robinson’s Common Sense Crusade at 7.00pm, followed by The Saturday Five at 8.00pm, and Mark Dolan tonight at 9.00pm.
CNN anchors Richard Quest and Julia Chatterley will contribute to CNN’s coverage from the network’s London studio alongside CNN Royal Historian Kate Williams, CNN Royal Commentators Emily Nash, Sally Bedell Smith and CNN Contributor Trisha Goddard.
CNN reporters will be positioned along the coronation procession route including Bianca Nobilo outside Westminster Abbey, Salma Abdelaziz and Matthew Chance, who will report live from the crowds gathered along the Mall, and Anna Stewart.
Senior foreign affairs correspondent Greg Palkot, London-based correspondent Alex Hogan, State Department correspondent Benjamin Hall and chief political analyst Brit Hume will contribute to the coverage live from Westminster Abbey.
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