Changes to the billed schedules across BBC and ITV channels following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Morning and daytime programming continues as normal, with BBC Breakfast airing 6-9am followed by Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg and Sunday Morning Live.
The BBC evening news broadcasts at 5pm, followed by the regional news at 5:30pm. Countryfile follows at 6pm.
At 7pm, BBC One will air a BBC News special looking ahead of the Queen's Funeral on Monday. The hour-long special will be hosted by Huw Edwards and Kirsty Young. BBC One will carry coverage of the national two-minutes silence at 8pm.
Frozen Planet II airs at the slightly later time of 8:05pm, followed by the return of BBC drama Bloodlands, starring James Nesbitt, at 9:05pm. BBC News At Ten follows.
Daytime programming as billed. BBC Two will also carry the national two-minutes silence for Her Majesty at 8pm. Stolen: Catching The Art Thieves follows at 8:05pm, with Simon Reeve's South America airing at 9pm.
Repeat of Tipping Point Lucky Stars at 4pm, followed by another chance to see yesterday's episode of Ninja Warrior UK: Race For Glory.
ITV Evening News airs at 6pm, followed by a displaced episode of Emmerdale at 6:30pm. An hour-long Coronation Street airs from 7pm. Celebrity Lingo will not air tonight.
ITV will also carry the national two-minutes silence at 8pm. The final episode of crime drama Ridley follows straight after.
Schedules subject to change.