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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 and JJ Chalmers will speak to members of the military as they prepare for one of the largest parades in living history.

Huw Edwards will provide commentary as the doors of Westminster Abbey open and Sophie Raworth will be outside speaking to guests as they arrive, Clare Balding will provide commentary for the ceremonial route, and Anita Rani will join the gathered crowds.


1900 - The Eve Of The Coronation

Kirsty Young is joined by a range of guests and celebrities who look ahead to the coronation of King Charles III.

2000 - Sing For The King: The Search For The Coronation Choir

A very special choir made up from singing groups of all shapes and sizes is given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to sing for the King at the coronation concert.


0730 - The Preparation

1015 - The Coronation

1300 - The Celebration

Follow every moment of a special day in British history, including the procession, the coronation in Westminster Abbey and the appearance of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

1715 - Charles R: The Making Of A Monarch (repeat)

The story of how a prince became a king. An intimate portrait of HM King Charles, told in his own words from across the decades and featuring rare and unseen archive footage.

1900 - A Day To Remember

Live from outside Buckingham Palace, Kirsty Young and special guests look back at a remarkable day, the coronation of King's Charles III and Queen Camilla.


1030 - Coronation Kitchen Live

Matt Tebbutt celebrates the coronation of King Charles III with chefs Adam Byatt and Anna Haugh, special guests Jennie Bond and Gyles Brandreth, and drinks expert Helen McGinn.

1200 - A Coronation Celebration: Songs Of Praise

Katherine Jenkins celebrates the coronation of King Charles III at Hampton Court Palace and meets people close to His Majesty to explore how faith will shape his reign.

1900 - Antiques Roadshow: Royal Treasures

An Antiques Roadshow special celebrating royal treasures, featuring gems from the archive, quirky coronation keepsakes and a few million pounds' worth of penny black stamps.

2000 - The Coronation Concert

Take That, Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, Andrea Bocelli, Sir Bryn Terfel, Freya Ridings and many more perform live from Windsor Castle in celebration of Their Majesties' coronation.

The Coronation of King Charles III and The Queen Consort will be fully accessible with a signed version on BBC Two. There will also be accessible coverage for people who are blind or partially sighted on Red Button, hosted by Petroc Trelawny.


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