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Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph

The Queen, the Prime Minister, Commonwealth dignitaries and leading parliamentary figures join thousands of veterans for the two-minute silence, service and march past as they honour those killed serving their country. With David Dimbleby and Sophie Raworth. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead. Highlights at 6pm on BBC2. Simulcast on the BBC HD channel
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festivalof Remembrance

I Jamie Cullum , Hayley Westenra , the Soldiers and Faryl Smith perform in this annual tribute to the victims of war and conflict, attended by the Queen and members of the royal family. Also featured are the two-minute silence and poppy fall from the roof of the Royal Albert Hall. Huw Edwards is the host.
Producer Claire Popplewell ; Exec producer Steve Hocking Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Voice of a nation: page 22
BBC One London

My Family at War

4/4. Rolf Harris discovers how much his hit song Two Little Boys mirrors the story of his father and uncle in the Great War. Showing as part of the BBC's 90 Years of Remembrance season.
Producers Rosie Schellenberg and Helen Shariatmadari
Signed Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC One London

Live from the Cenotaph: Last Voices of a Generation

The three surviving veterans of the First World War lead the nation in two minutes' silence for all those who have died in wars past and present.
Huw Edwards presents. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Age shall not weary them: page 29
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph

The Queen, the Prime Minister, Commonwealth dignitaries, leading parliamentary figures and thousands of war veterans remember those killed serving their country. David Dimbleby commentates. Highlights at 5pm on BBC2.
Simulcast on BBC HD channel (details p71)
Live from the Cenotaph: Last Voices of a Generation is on Tuesday at 10am
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

The Queen and other members of the royal family attend the annual tribute to the victims of war and conflict at the Royal Albert Hall.
Huw Edwards hosts, with performances by Katherine Jenkins , Russell Watson and Hayley Westenra , culminating in a two-minute silence and poppy fall. Producer Claire Popplewell ; Exec producer Steve Hocking Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: special First World War remembrance issue on sale now, price r3.60
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday:the Cenotaph

Live coverage from the Cenotaph in Whitehall, where the Queen leads the Remembrance Day commemorations. Including the Last Post and the two minute silence to remember the sacrifice made by many in two world wars as well as other, more recent conflicts. Commentary is provided by David Dimbleby , with Major General Julian Thompson.
Producer Ian Russell Highlights are at 6.50pm on BBC2
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

In the presence of the Queen, the Royal British Legion pays tribute to the armed forces and remembers the victims of war. The Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch, Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service, which includes the traditional two minute silence as thousands of symbolic poppy petals fall in the Royal Albert Hall.

Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday:the Cenotaph

Live coverage from Whitehall as the Queen leads the nation in commemorating those who have died in action. With commentary from David Dimbleby and Colonel John Hughes-Wilson .
Exec producer David Pickthall Highlights are at 5.30pm on BBC2. Songs of Praise also marks the day at 5.10pm
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Performance, pageantry and religious service combine in this annual tribute at London's Royal Albert Hall. With Katherine Jenkins , Chris de Burgh and James Fox. The Right Rev Nigel McCulloch, Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service. Huw Edwards hosts. Producer Ian Russell
Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am The Inside Story: page 68
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph

Live coverage from Whitehall as the Queen leads the nation in commemorating those who have died in action. With commentary from David Dimbleby and Colonel John Hughes-Wilson .
Including a special message sent by semaphore by Navy Signallers. Exec producer David Pickthall Highlights at 6pm on BBC2. and Songs of Praise marks the day at 4.55pm
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

- Performance and pageantry combine with religious service in this annual tribute to the victims of conflict.
In the presence of the Queen at London's Royal Albert Hall , there's Welsh opera stars Bryn Terfel and Katherine Jenkins plus bands of the armed forces, while the Right Rev Nigel McCulloch , Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service. With Huw Edwards. Producer Ian Russell Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.15am
BBC One London

Britain at War - a Nation Remembers

Conflict in the Far East ended 60 years ago, bringing the Second World War to its conclusion. The Prince of Wales leads over 1,000 veterans in a wreath-laying and service of remembrance at the Cenotaph on Whitehall. James Naughtie presents.
Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer
Victoria Simpson
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph

The Queen joins representatives of Parliament, the armed forces and the Commonwealth at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, for the two minutes'silence and a service commemorating those who died in combat. Followed by a march Past by ten thousand veterans. Commentary by David Dimbleby with Col John Hughes-Wilson . Highlights at 6pm on BBC2. Executive producer David Pickthall
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Performance and spectacle combine with religious service in this annual event from London's Royal Albert Hall in remembrance of the victims of conflict. In the presence of the Queen, singers
Russell Watson , Katherine Jenkins and James Fox perform with bands of the armed forces, while the Right Rev Nigel McCulloch , Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service. Commentary: Huw Edwards. Director/Producer Ian Russell Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday: The Cenotaph

Live coverage from Whitehall, where the Queen is joined by representatives from the armed forces, Parliament and the Commonwealth for the laying of wreaths and the two minutes' silence. Followed by a march by 10,000 veterans in memory of colleagues killed in conflict. Commentary by David Dimbleby, with Colonel John Hughes-Wilson.
Highlights are at 6.15pm on BBC2.
(S) [web address removed]
David Jason's Remembrance tribute: p37
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday: The Cenotaph

Live coverage from Whitehall, in the year that marks the 60th anniversary of the battle at El Alamein, as the Queen joins representatives from Parliament, the armed forces and the Commonwealth for the laying of wreaths at the Cenotaph and the two minutes' silence. In time-honoured tradition, 10,000 veterans march in memory of colleagues killed in conflict. Commentary is provided by David Dimbleby, with Colonel John Hughes-Wilson.
Highlights are at 6.15pm on BBC2.
(Subsequent programmes may run late)
BBC One London

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Coverage of the annual Festival of Remembrance from London's Royal Albert Hall in the presence of the Queen. The Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch conducts the service, which features music from bands representing Her Majesty's Royal Marines, the Guards Division and the Royal Air Force. The festival concludes with the traditional silence and poppy drop. Brian Hanrahan commentates.

(Subsequent programmes may run late)
BBC One London

Night Flight

I Drama starring Christopher Plummer and Edward Woodward.
Set in 1943 and the present day, it tells the story of a Lancaster bomber pilot who meets a former comrade at a Cenotaph commemoration 50 years later. Concludes after the news.
Written by William Ivory
Producer Hilary Salmon ; Director Nicholas Renton The extraordinary lives of the bomber crews: page 40
BBC One London

RemembranceSunday: the Cenotaph

Live coverage from Whitehall of the traditional wreath-laying ceremony. David Dimbleby and Col John Hughes-Wilson describe the scene as the Queen is joined by representatives of Parliament, the armed forces and the Commonwealth for the two minutes' silence and march past. Highlights at 6.15pm on BBC2. Executive producer David Pickthall
(S)(W) War memorials: page 24






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