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How to watch the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations on TV

Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her historic milestone of 70 years of reign over the upcoming bank holiday weekend.

This will include the late spring bank holiday which has been moved to Thursday, June 2, and the new Jubilee bank holiday on Friday, June 3. The four day weekend will be host to a selection of celebrations across the UK in recognition of the Queen's 70th anniversary as the head of the British monarchy.

The Queen is the first to reach this milestone in the British monarchy and has already attended events including the star-studded ITV's Jubilee celebration on May 13. But will the other Jubilee events in June be broadcasted for viewers to tune in?

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Where and when can I watch the Queen's Jubilee?

The Platinum Jubilee will be televised across the four day weekend. The following events will be televised on the main channels for easy accessibility to people across the country:

Trooping The Colour

This will include the Queen's birthday parade which will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Thursday, June 2. Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young and JJ Chalmers will be presenting.

Platinum Beacons: Lighting up the Jubilee

This will feature community beacons and Commonwealth beacons being lit with the former in the UK from 9.45pm and the latter across Commonwealth capital cities at 9.15pm local time. It will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Thursday, June 2.

Kirsty Young will present on BBC One. Meanwhile, reporters across the country, such as Jermaine Jenas at Buckingham Palace, Gethin Jones in Wales, Carol Kirkwood in Scotland, and Holly Hamilton in Northern Ireland, will cover local events.

Platinum Jubilee: A Service of Thanksgiving

This event at St. Paul's Cathedral in London will take place on Friday, June 3. It will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer with presenters David Dimbleby, Kirsty Young and Sophie Raworth.

The Crown Jewels

A documentary looking at the history of the Crown Jewels will be presented by Clive Myrie and broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Friday, June 3. The times are also yet to be confirmed.

Platinum Party at the Palace

Another star-studded event awaits for the Jubilee celebrations but this one will take place in Buckingham Palace itself. Musicians, a live orchestra, and actors will gather on Saturday, June 4 to recount stories from the Queen's reign.

George Ezra is set to perform, whilst the remaining lineup is yet to be announced. Presenters Kirsty Young and Roman Kemp will host the live coverage on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and across the entire BBC network.

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Pageant

The Pageant is a free event for all to attend with four acts put together to tell the story of the Queen's reign and the social change in the UK over the years. Ed Sheeran is set to take part and is expected to sing the national anthem alongside Sandie Shaw, Marc Almond, Tony Hadley, Lesley Garrett and Jools Holland.

The Pageant will be aired on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Sunday, June 5.