CBC LIVE COVERAGE AND PROGRAMMING: QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1926 – 2022

CBC LIVE COVERAGE AND PROGRAMMING: QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1926 – 2022

 

QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1926 – 2022

CBC LIVE COVERAGE AND PROGRAMMING: QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1926 – 2022

CBC is offering ongoing live coverage and programming on all platforms including CBC TV, CBC News Network, CBCNews.ca, CBC Gem, CBC Radio and the CBC News and CBC Listen apps.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 [EVENING]

CBC NEWS: THE NATIONAL
CBC News Network is offering ongoing coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth and reaction from around the world. Tonight on The National, Margaret Evans and Chris Brown will be reporting live from the UK on public reaction there and what comes next. Chief correspondent Adrienne Arsenault anchors The National, tonight at 9 on CBC News Network, 10 p.m. on CBC TV and CBC Gem. 

THE QUEEN IN CANADA

Tonight, CBC TV will broadcast the documentary The Queen and Canada at 8 p.m. local time. In this moving documentary, chief correspondent Adrienne Arsenault was given rare access to Windsor Castle and examines the deep connection and complicated relationship between Queen Elizabeth and Canada. She speaks with high-profile and everyday Canadians who share stories of their personal encounters with the Queen. Also available to stream now on CBC Gem.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

THE CURRENT

Friday morning on The Current at 8:30 a.m. (9 a.m. NT) — Join host Matt Galloway as he looks at how people are paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, assessing her legacy as both a beloved and sometimes controversial figure, as she served as monarch for 70 years. Available on CBC Radio One and CBC Listen.

CBC NEWS SPECIAL: THE KING’S ADDRESS

Join host Heather Hiscox for live coverage of King Charles III’s first address to the UK and Commonwealth beginning at 12:30 p.m. on CBC News Network and cbcnews.ca, and joined in progress at 1 p.m. ET on CBC TV. A broadcast special on CBC Radio One and CBC Listen hosted by Marcia Young will also begin at 1 p.m. ET

THE CORONATION DOCUMENTARY

In this one-hour documentary, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II shares her memories of her 1953 Coronation ceremony, marking the 65th anniversary of the occasion. Viewing rarely seen film footage, and looking at some of the priceless Crown Jewels themselves, the Queen recalls the day the Crown and the hopes of a nation were placed on her shoulders. The Coronation will broadcast Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV and is also streaming for free on CBC Gem.

*NOTE this breaking news special partially preempts the CBC TV broadcast of The Coronation documentary in Quebec and Ontario.

CBC NEWS: THE NATIONAL

Join CBC News’ chief correspondent, Adrienne Arsenault, for a special edition of The National, live from Canada Gate in central London. The National airs at 10 p.m. on CBC TV and is available on all platforms including CBC Gem, CBC News Network, CBCNews.ca, the CBC News App, YouTube and Facebook. 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

CBC NEWS SPECIAL: THE ACCESSION OF KING CHARLES III

Join host Heather Hiscox for a CBC News special, Saturday morning from 5 a.m. – 7 a.m. ET on CBC News Network, cbcnews.ca,  and CBC TV. The Accession Council convenes at Saint James Palace to mark the succession of the throne. 

THE HOUSE

Saturday on The House, former prime minister Brian Mulroney joins host Catherine Cullen to reflect on Queen Elizabeth’s legacy and the challenges ahead for King Charles. Then, Canadian governance expert Philippe Lagassé explains what changes to expect over the weeks and months to come. And Indigenous environmental activist Dahti Tsetso talks about her meeting with the new king earlier this year. That’s on The House, this morning at 9, 9:30 in Newfoundland on CBC Listen and CBC Radio One.

DAY 6

Saturday morning on Day 6 — host Saroja Coelho looks at what Balmoral Estate meant to Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen died at Balmoral Estate in the Scottish Highlands on Thursday — a place that’s held a great deal of significance throughout her life. It’s where she spent many summers as a child and later met her husband. It is said she liked to serve guests, wash dishes and “play act” a normal life while at Balmoral, according to writer and historian Hadley Meares. Tune in Saturday morning at 10 a.m., 10:30 in Newfoundland and Labrador on CBC Radio One and on the free CBC Listen app.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

ROSEMARY BARTON LIVE

Rosemary Barton Live returns for a new season this morning. Chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton will speak with former Governor General Michaëlle Jean about her moments with the Queen and how the late monarch embraced new perspectives. That’s on Rosemary Barton Live, Sunday from 10 a.m. till noon Eastern on CBC News Network and CBC Gem, and 11 a.m. till noon on CBC TV.

CROSS COUNTRY CHECKUP

Sunday on Cross Country Checkup — Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning British monarch, has died. She had 22 royal tours of Canada, more than any other Commonwealth country. What did Queen Elizabeth mean to you? How do you feel about King Charles the Third, Canada’s new head of state? Join host Ian Hanomansing live on CBC Radio One, CBC News Network, and streaming on CBC Listen and Facebook, this afternoon at 4 Eastern [1 p.m. PT, 2 p.m. MT, 3 p.m. CT, 5 p.m. AT, 5:30 p.m. NT].

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

MORNING LIVE

Stay with CBC News Network for ongoing coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth and reaction from around the world. Join Heather Hiscox live in London starting at 6 a.m. Eastern on CBC News Network.

THE CURRENT

King Charles is traveling around the United Kingdom, meeting mourners and leaving a first impression of his reign. But will he herald a change in the role of the monarchy – in his own country, and throughout the Commonwealth? Join host Matt Galloway, live from London this morning on The Current after the 8:30 news, 9 o’clock in Newfoundland, on CBC Radio One and the CBC Listen app.

THE QUEEN: MOTHER AND MONARCH DOCUMENTARY

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II reigned during a period of enormous social, economic and political change and she redefined the role of Monarch. This intimate and revealing portrait features an all-female cast of historians, journalists, biographers and close friends we examine the Queen as a Monarch and how she successfully modernized and adapted the monarchy to keep it a relevant in an ever changing world and also as a woman who was an inspiration and role model to other women throughout the world. The Canadian premiere of The Queen: Mother and Monarch will be broadcast Monday afternoon at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV and is also streaming for free on CBC Gem. 

THE NATIONAL

Tonight on The National, CBC News’ chief correspondent Adrienne Arsenault will be live from London near Buckingham Palace as a nation mourns. She’ll have the latest updates on what comes next, as well news of the day here at home and around the world. Watch The National tonight at 9 Eastern on CBC News Network, 10 p.m. on CBC TV and CBC Gem. 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

SECRETS OF THE ROYALS: INSIDE THE CROWN DOCUMENTARY, Episode One of four

Using rarely-seen film archives along with revealing historical documents, this four-part series tells the inside story of Queen’s reign from the Coronation to the present. Historians, eyewitnesses, and royal insiders offer new insights on the pivotal moments in the Queen’s life, with intriguing revelations about the real woman behind the Crown. Beginning today, one episode of Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown will be broadcast consecutively at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV and is also streaming for free on CBC Gem.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

CBC NEWS SPECIAL: QUEEN ELIZABETH LYING-IN-STATE

Join CBC News’ chief correspondent, Adrienne Arsenault, and Morning Live host, Heather Hiscox, live from London, at 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. ET on CBC TV, CBC News Network and cbcnews.ca

SECRETS OF THE ROYALS: INSIDE THE CROWN DOCUMENTARY, Episode two of four

Using rarely-seen film archives along with revealing historical documents, this four-part series tells the inside story of Queen’s reign from the Coronation to the present. Historians, eyewitnesses, and royal insiders offer new insights on the pivotal moments in the Queen’s life, with intriguing revelations about the real woman behind the Crown. Episode two of the Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown documentary series will be broadcast today at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV.  All four parts of the series are now streaming for free on CBC Gem.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

SECRETS OF THE ROYALS: INSIDE THE CROWN DOCUMENTARY, Episode three of four

Using rarely-seen film archives along with revealing historical documents, this four-part series tells the inside story of Queen’s reign from the Coronation to the present. Historians, eyewitnesses, and royal insiders offer new insights on the pivotal moments in the Queen’s life, with intriguing revelations about the real woman behind the Crown. Episode three of the Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown documentary series will be broadcast today at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV. All four parts of the series are now streaming for free on CBC Gem.

THE QUEEN UNSEEN DOCUMENTARY

Using rare private footage, informal archive, and newly digitized material from around the world, the see The Queen as she has never been seen before. The Queen Unseen will broadcast Friday evening  at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT) on CBC TV and is also streaming for free on CBC Gem.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

SECRETS OF THE ROYALS: INSIDE THE CROWN DOCUMENTARY, Episode four of four

Using rarely-seen film archives along with revealing historical documents, this four-part series tells the inside story of Queen’s reign from the Coronation to the present. Historians, eyewitnesses, and royal insiders offer new insights on the pivotal moments in the Queen’s life, with intriguing revelations about the real woman behind the Crown. The final episode of the Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown documentary series will be broadcast today at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC TV. All four parts of the series are now streaming for free on CBC Gem.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

CBC NEWS SPECIAL: STATE FUNERAL FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH II – CBC TV, CBC NEWS NETWORK & CBC GEM

Join CBC News’ chief correspondent, Adrienne Arsenault, and Morning Live host, Heather Hiscox, live from London for Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, beginning at 5 a.m. ET on CBC TV, CBC News Network and cbcnews.ca.

CBC NEWS SPECIAL: STATE FUNERAL FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH II – CBC RADIO ONE & CBC LISTEN

Tune in to CBC Radio One for coverage of the Queen’s funeral with The Current’s Matt Galloway live from London, and World Report’s Marcia Young live from Toronto. Coverage begins at 5:30 a.m. ET on CBC Radio One and on the free CBC Listen app.

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ASK CBC

Do you have a personal connection or memory to share about Queen Elizabeth? Or a question about what happens next? We want to hear from you. Send an email to [email protected]

NOW STREAMING ON CBC GEM

The Queen Elizabeth Collection offers a range of perspectives spanning the remarkable reign of Canada’s head of state and the longest-reigning British monarch. Feature documentaries include CBC News’ The Queen and Canada, The Queen: Mother and Monarch, The Queen Unseen and The Coronation, as well as documentary series’ such as, Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown; Elizabeth, and more.

THE ROYAL FASCINATOR

The Royal Fascinator email newsletter is your window into the lives of the British Royal Family. This week’s edition commemorates the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth. Subscribe at CBC.ca/RoyalFascinator.

 

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