Here’s a list of TV channels where you can broadcast live coverage of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday, September 19, starting between 3:00 AM and 5:30 AM Eastern Time, midnight and 2:30 AM Pacific Time, depending of the network.
All major US news channels schedule live coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and PBS. All times East.
ABC: From 5.30am David Muir and Robin Roberts lead coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral from London. According to the press release, other correspondents and contributors include “’GMA3′ co-anchors Amy Robach and TJ Holmes; chief foreign correspondent Ian Pannell; White House chief correspondent Cecilia Vega; senior national affairs correspondent Deborah Roberts; “Nightline” co-anchor Juju Chang; senior national correspondent Terry Moran; foreign correspondent James Longman; correspondents Maggie Rulli, Lama Hasan and Britt Clennett; collaborators Robert Jobson, Victoria Murphy, Omid Scobie and Andrew Morton; Ailsa Anderson, former press secretary to Queen Elizabeth II; and Peter Westmacott, the former Deputy Private Secretary to King Charles III.”
CBS: “CBS Mornings” anchors Gayle King and “Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell will lead CBS’s live coverage from London from 5 a.m. They will be joined by royal contributors Tina Brown, Julian Payne, Roya Nikkhah, Amanda Foreman and former BBC royal correspondent Wesley Kerr.
NBC: NBC News anchors Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Lester Holt anchor the special live coverage of the funeral in London starting at 5:30 p.m. They will be joined by Tom Llamas, Keir Simmons, Kelly Cobiella and Molly Hunter, as well as collaborators Wilfred Frost, Daisy McAndrew and Andrew Roberts.
BBC America: The network will broadcast the funeral live, plus a “Tribute to Her Majesty the Queen” Sunday nights from 8 p.m. Eastern.
CNN: Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett lead the live coverage from London, along with correspondents Christiane Amanpour, Max Foster and Richard Quest from 5am. They will also have correspondents stationed across London including Nada Bashir, Matthew Chance, Bianca Nobilo, Nic Robertson, Isa Soares, Anna Stewart and Clarissa Ward.
Fox news: Martha MacCallum anchors Fox News’ live coverage from London and will be joined by Ainsley Earhardt and Piers Morgan. Their cover starts at 4am
MSNBC: Starting at 3am, the earliest start time for any network, Chris Jansing will lead live coverage from London, and at 5am Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist and Katty Kay will take over with a live special edition of “Morning.” Joe” in London.
PBS: PBS will simulcast the BBC coverage of the funeral from 4pm Monday night, PBS will also broadcast the special “The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II: Events of the Day” from 8pm Eastern.
Here’s the timeline of the funeral, according to the BBC:
The state meeting at Westminster Hall, which has allowed any citizen to queue up and pay their respects to the Queen, will end at 6:30 a.m. London time.
At 8am local time, the doors of Westminster Abbey will open to funeral guests.
At 10:45 AM the coffin leaves Westminster Hall and is taken to Westminster Abbey.
The funeral service begins at 11 a.m. More than 2000 guests are expected. The service lasts about an hour and ends with two minutes of silence, the national anthem and a lament played by the bagpiper.
The funeral procession runs from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. Along the way, the route is lined with soldiers. In Hyde Park, gun salutes are fired every minute and Big Ben sounds at one-minute intervals.
At around 1pm London time, the coffin will be transported in a hearse for its journey to Windsor Castle, where it will hold another procession. At 4pm there will be another service at St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle. After that, the queen will be buried in the royal vault next to her late husband.
READ NEXT: American TV stars mourn Queen Elizabeth