Sunday from 7pm, Credlin airs from London followed at 8pm with a two-hour Paul Murray Live. Remembering Queen Elizabeth II hosted by Laura Jayes and Peter Stefanovic each morning from Monday, 5.30am to 11.00am AEST. Special editions of Credlin and Paul Murray live from London from Monday to Thursday.
A raft of Royal-related movies – the acclaimed Helen Mirren film The Queen, Elizabeth, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Diana, The King’s Speech.
The History Channel, Fox Docos and Lifestyle Channel will broadcast a wide range of programs including Secrets of the Royals: Inside The Crown, A Royal Tour of the 20th Century and The Royal Family on Tour.
The first four seasons of the award-winning series The Crown are available.
The Young Elizabeth. Documentary tracing the first three decades of her life.
Age of Elizabeth. This documentary looks at how radically the world changed in the Age of Elizabeth and she became an international icon.
9.00pm – Queen and Country. Doco exploring her favourite places in the UK.
9News will roll out a series of docos including Elizabeth: A Family Tribute, The Queen Obituary, The Queen at 90, Queen Elizabeth 2: Above All Else, My Years with the Queen and The Making of A Queen next week.
ABC iview hosts a range of special programs on Queen Elizabeth II’s life and times.
7pm – 8pm: The Queen In Her Own Words.
8pm – 9pm: Her Majesty The Queen: A Gayle King Special.
9pm – 10pm: Elizabeth & Phillip: Royals Revealed.
10pm – 12am: The Queen: A Royal Life.
Originally published as Australian networks honour Queen with TV tributes