Highlights include live coverage of key Jubilee events and in-depth
documentaries about the Royal family
from London, CNN will globally televise the spectacular pageantry
of the Diamond Jubilee, marking Queen Elizabeths 60 year reign
of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth. CNNs special live
coverage will be anchored by Piers Morgan and Brooke Baldwin. Users
can also watch the simulcast live online at CNN.com/live or on the
CNN App for iPad and iPhone by authenticating through their cable,
satellite or telco provider.
Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant
CNN will be on location at the Tower Bridge for the Thames Diamond
Jubilee Pageant. Hundreds of boats will sail up the River Thames,
making it one of the largest flotillas ever assembled on the river.
Airs Sunday, June 3 at 8:30pm IST(duration: 2 hours)
Royal Carriage Procession
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and the
Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince
Harry of Wales will depart the Palace of Westminster for Buckingham
Palace, travelling along a processional route by horse-drawn carriage.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh and members of the Royal Family
will appear on Buckingham Palaces balcony, at which point
the Royal Air Force will fly over the palace and the Queens
Royal Guard will deliver a celebratory cascade of rifle fire as
Airs Tuesday, June 5 at 6:30pm IST (duration: 2 hours)
CNN Presents: The Women Who Would Be Queen
CNN takes a look at the life of Catherine Middleton, the woman who
will someday become Queen of the United Kingdom. The hour-long documentary
also explores the ways in which the future King and Queen have honored
the life and legacy of Diana. Featured in the documentary are Jules
Knight, close friend of the couple from the origins of their fairytale
romance during their university days at St. Andrews, and Arthur
Edwards, longtime royal photographer, who has chronicled the princes'
entire lives during his 30-year career at Englands The Sun
Airs Sunday, June 3 at 5:30am IST.
Harry: The Fighter Prince
He is the soldier Prince, happiest in combat uniform. In this documentary,
Prince Harry reveals to CNNs Royal Correspondent, Max Foster,
There's something about me, I do enjoy running down a ditch
full of mud. It's the way I am. I love it. With a glint in
his eye and a healthy streak of irreverence, the young prince is
third in line to the British throne, and has always been one of
the lads. As his grandmother celebrates sixty years on the throne,
Prince Harry has been given duties away from the battlefield. He
was sent on a Royal tour of the Caribbean a trip which senior
members at Buckingham Palace judged as a great success.
Airs Monday, June 4 at 6:00am IST.