Queen Elizabeth II Tributes, State Processions, Funeral: How to Watch | THIRTEEN

Elderly woman with necklace, crown, red sash over white dress.  Text says Commemoration of Queen Elizabeth II Procession, Vigil and State FuneralIn homage to Queen Elizabeth’s role on the world stage and in recognition of the special relationship between Britain and the United States, PBS will broadcast the BBC’s funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. As Britain mourns the death of its monarch and commemorates the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II, queues waiting to pay tribute to the Queen while she is in state have stretched to five miles and more. The Royal Palace is preparing for one of the largest ceremonial events since World War II. Hundreds of heads of state and dignitaries will gather in London on Monday 18 September for the Queen’s state funeral.

Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral: How to Watch

Monday 18 September: State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

THIRTEEN will live stream (thirteen.org/live) and broadcast the funeral from early morning, September 19, at 3 a.m. until noon on Monday, September 19.

A time-shifted transmission will be broadcast from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on WLIW WORLD, a public media channel. See how to tune into WLIW WORLD.

THIRTEEN will air the BBC Primetime Special on Monday 19 September from 8pm to 9.30pm The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II: Events of the Daysummarizing the events of the day in abbreviated form.

Stream specials and footage on demand

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Queen Elizabeth: A Royal Life

Commemorating the death of Queen Elizabeth II. PBS NewsHour presented Queen Elizabeth: A Royal Lifeon Thursday September 8th. The special explores the life, legacy and influence of Queen Elizabeth within the royal family, across the UK and around the world.

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Queen Elizabeth: Procession, Vigil of September 14th

From Wednesday 14th September 2022, watch the procession and laying in state of Queen Elizabeth II. Members of the public watched as the procession made its journey through central London and reached Westminster Hall to take to the stage. The procession included King Charles III, Prince William and Prince Harry, and other senior royals were in attendance.

A brief commentary during what was then the live event accompanies the footage – the cortege being the name given to the funeral procession. This footage can be streamed in its entirety (four hours, 14 minutes) or in a highlights episode (one hour, 14 minutes); both videos will stream until October 14, 2022.

What the Queen meant to America

During her 70-year reign, Queen Elizabeth developed a close relationship with the United States, meeting 12 of the 14 incumbent Presidents during her reign. She shared a particularly moving tribute following the death of President John F. Kennedy. On the September 9 episode of Amanpour and companyhistorian Jon Meacham spoke to Walter Isaacson about Her Majesty’s relationship with America and its Presidents.

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