Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will tie the knotÂ on May 19 inside St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, and CBCÂ has every angle covered.
We’ll be on location in Windsor Castle and London bringing youÂ live coverage on wedding day on CBCÂ TV,Â CBCÂ Radio and CBCNews.ca and will whet your appetite withÂ special programming in the days leading up to the wedding.
Wedding day coverage starts at 4 a.m. ET on CBC TV and CBC News Network with a live special hosted byÂ Adrienne Arsenault. She’ll be joined byÂ royal expert Katie Nicholl,Â author ofÂ Harry: Life, Loss, and Love and other books on the Royal Family. Peter Mansbridge, former anchor of The National, will drop by the broadcasting booth during the special.
You can also watch the special on our liveblog at CBCNews.ca, which willÂ have running commentary and updates from our correspondents on the ground, who include:Â Heather Hiscox, Nil KĂ¶ksal, Thomas Daigle, Nahlah Ayed and JanetÂ Davison, author theÂ popularÂ Royal FascinatorÂ newsletter, who will be inside the walls of Windsor Castle.
StevenÂ D’Souza, ZulekhaÂ Nathoo,Â TashaunaÂ Reid andÂ Tom Murphy will be covering reaction in New York, Los Angeles,Â Toronto and Halifax, respectively.
CBC RadioÂ coverage will kick off at 6 a.m. ET with anÂ extended version of World Report with Nil KĂ¶ksal, reporting live from Windsor Castle.
There is plenty of coverage in the remaining two weeks leading up to May 19.Â
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The National, hosted by Adrienne Arsenault, will be broadcasting live from London and Windsor every night at 9 p.m. from May 16 toÂ May 18.
Those broadcasts will include special programming:
â€‹HeatherÂ HiscoxÂ will kick offÂ live coverage from London andÂ WindsorÂ on the News NetworkÂ morning show May 16.
Peter MansbridgeÂ will present a series of past documentariesÂ on the Royal Family at 8 p.m.Â on CBC News Network in the week leading up to the wedding:
The week of documentaries on CBCÂ News NetworkÂ will end with a new documentary by Mansbridge, Royal Wedding for the Ages, whichÂ looks at how Harry and Meghan’s union fits within the history of the British monarchy.