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The State Procession

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More than 20,000 singers, musicians and soldiers have worked for months to create a backdrop to this event, a procession for the Queen's Golden Jubilee leading from
Buckingham Palace to St Paul 's.
The Queen leaves the Palace at 10.40, and travels in the Gold State Coach past a 5,000-strong choir who perform Handel's Zadok the Priest.
David Dimbleby fronts the coverage, with Philippa Forrester, Sophie Raworth and Wesley Kerr.
Producers Daniel Brittain-Catlin and Catherine Stirk Our Jubilee special begins on page 17 Jubilee souvenirs: page 48
JUBILEE

Contributors

Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Sophie Raworth
Unknown: Wesley Kerr.
Producers: Daniel Brittain-Catlin
Producers: Catherine Stirk

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The State Procession

BBC One London, 4 June 2002 9.25






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