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The Coronation on Saturday 6 May will be the centrepiece of live coverage with ceremonial events including the Westminster Abbey service broadcast across the BBC. On the day, Kirsty Young will be in a studio at Buckingham Palace.

Countryfile – The King and the Countryside

Hamza Yassin and Charlotte Smith are at Dumfries House, the Ayrshire showcase of the abiding rural passions of King Charles – from farming to education, the renaissance of country crafts to the revival of wildlife.

Charles R: The Making of a Monarch

Tells the story of King Charles III's more than seven decades as heir to the throne. During that period, every step of Charles' life was captured on camera and his words recorded: from newsreel to home movies from interviews to documentaries - both about him and by him. This sixty minute documentary brings together a wealth of material, much rarely seen or unseen.

Songs of Praise: The King’s Journey to Coronation

Aled Jones visits Highgrove House and the gardens which are a testament to King Charles’ lifelong desire to champion causes close to his heart, especially for the environment.

The One Show

Will launch the Coronation week starting with a one-hour special featuring the brilliant work being done across all the nations and communities of the UK in the build-up to the biggest weekend of the year.


Walford will mark the historical occasion with a Coronation-themed street party in Albert Square hosted by the residents of Walford who come together to celebrate the festivities of the day just as those around the nation will be celebrating this summer. Viewers can expect to see the community spirit of Walford at an all-time high as the residents attempt to leave their drama at the door, but whether the day will go ahead without a hitch is yet to be revealed.

Stitching for Britain

As the clock counts down to Coronation Day, in Stitching for

Britain bespoke menswear designer and 'Sewing Bee' judge Patrick Grant takes us ‘behind the seams’ at uniform manufacturers, Kashket & Partners, as they pull out all the stops to prepare thousands of spectacular parade uniforms for King Charles’ Coronation Day.

Sing For The King: The Search for the Coronation Choir

Across the four corners of Britain, on stages and behind closed doors, thousands of communities, friends, neighbours and colleagues are getting together to experience the power, joy and togetherness singing in a choir brings. Ready to roll up their sleeves and put the choirs through their paces are celebrity mentors Gareth Malone, Motsi Mabuse, Amanda Holden and Rose Ayling-Ellis.

Royal Bargain Hunt

Christina Trevanion hosts a special Coronation episode of Bargain Hunt at Newark Antiques fair in which the red and blue teams are made up of royal fans, guided by experts Raj Bisram and Roo Irvine. The teams will have £300 to spend on three items and royal themed-antiques are very much on their shopping lists.

Coronation Kitchen Live

To mark the historical event of the Coronation of King Charles III, Saturday Kitchen will broadcast live and look ahead to the Big Lunch and the Coronation Concert. Star of BBC’s Royal Recipes, Anna Haugh will make a dish fit for royalty, giving her passionate modern twists to historical royal recipes. Matt Tebbutt will create dishes that will work well for the Big Lunch, as well as snacks for watching the concert

Antiques Roadshow Coronation Special

The Antiques Roadshow celebrates Britain’s fascination with all things regal by taking a look through the archives at some of the most intriguing artefacts with royal connections that have appeared on the show.

Songs of Praise: A Coronation Celebration

Katherine Jenkins and Pam Rhodes visit the magnificent Hampton Court Palace to look back into royal history and to look forward to what may define King Charles’ reign. Speaking to historians, faith leaders and those who share The King’s passions, they celebrate the Coronation and discuss what will shape the reign to come.


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