|Diamond Jubilee Broadcasts|
|Written by ACM [ originally posted 30 May, 2012 ]|
|Sunday, 03 June 2012|
This is ACM's guide to television viewing - and radio listening -to the great events of the once-in-a-lifetime Diamond Jubilee. Scenes from these events will be a common feature in all the retrospectives of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. You can see them live.
Sky – A-PAC
All events will be broadcast on Foxtel and Austar channel 648, which is available on the internet and of course television sets which can receive internet stations at www.a-pac.tv
Tuesday June 5 at 20.00. Diamond Jubilee Concert from Buckingham Palace celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee which marks 60 years of the Queen's reign. Acts include Kylie Minogue, Jessie J, Ed Sheeran, JL, Stevie Wonder, Madness, Elton John and Paul McCartney and Annie Lennox.
ABC1 ( Channel 2)
Sunday June 3 The River Pageant screens on ABC1 from 22.30 to 03.00 - live coverage in the eastern states - delayed in other states.
Monday June 4 Highlights package from 18.00 - 19.00. Presented by ABC TV’s Stephanie Brantz. The Pageant will be one of the largest flotillas ever assembled on the River Thames, and will include rowed boats, working boats, the armed forces and other services as well as pleasure vessels of all shapes and sizes.
Tuesday June 5 Coverage of arrivals at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Thanksgiving Service on from 18.00 -19.00 – live in eastern states, delayed in other states. From 22.30 - 00.45 coverage will include the carriage procession, gun salute and the palace balcony appearance - live in eastern states, delayed in other states.
Wednesday June 6 Highlights package from 18.00 - 19.00. Presented by ABC TV’s Stephanie Brantz, it will show the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, together with other members of the Royal Family, attending a service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, followed by a formal carriage procession.
Thursday June 7 Repeat of The Diamond Queen Ep 1 at 18.00
Friday June 8 Repeat of The Diamond Queen Ep 2 at 18.00
Saturday June 9 Repeat of The Diamond Queen Ep 3 at 17.30
ABC News 24
Sunday June 3 The River Pageant will run live from 22.30 to 03.00.
Tuesday June 5 Live coverage will run from 18.00 including the Thanksgiving Service, through to 00.45 with a break at 21.00 (for the Jubilee lunch – no footage available), returning between 22.30 and 23.00.
Viewers can currently catch up on the 3-part series The Diamond Queen (just aired on ABC1) Friday June 1 iview-only ‘exclusive’: A Queen is Crowned - colour film of the coronation, narrated by Laurence OlivierViewers can currently catch up on the 3-part series The Diamond Queen (just Behind the Mask: The Queen - a portrait of the Queen, by Andrew Morton. Tuesday 12 June Arrivals at St Pauls for the Thanksgiving Service will be available. *(ABC iview offers all the ABC1 coverage plus ABC News 24’s coverage of the Service of Thanksgiving.)
Tuesday May 29 Night Live with Phillip Adams - The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee: Author Robert Lacey looks at how the Queen has managed to remain an enigma, despite being the most recognised woman in the world. Thomas Kielinger looks at the monarch as “a tonic and entertainment, which we could not do without”. (Late Night Live is broadcast Monday to Thursday, 10.05 -11.00 repeated Tuesday to Friday afternoons, 16.05 -17.00 (18.05 -19.00 in WA, 15.05 -16.00 in Qld and the NT).The program podcast is available at http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/latenightlive)
Sunday June 3 Rear Vision at 12:30.The British Empire and what became of it - As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, Rear Vision explores the story of its rise and fall and the creation of the Commonwealth of Nations. Podcast available at http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rearvision
ABC Local Radio
Wednesday May 30 Nightlife with Tony Delroy - A special Nightlife marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Listen live on your ABC Local station from 10.00 - 02.00
ABC News and Current Affairs
(Across online, radio and television)
Saturday 2 June – Tuesday 5 June News Coverage out of London as a rolling news feature over the 4 day Jubilee weekend.
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