Singapore – Viewers across the world can watch BBC World News television, tune into BBC World Service radio and go to BBC.com for coverage of the the marriage of HRH Prince William to Catherine Middleton. Tomorrow, on BBC World News Mishal Husain hosts live coverage from outside Buckingham Palace between 4pm and 3am SG/HK time – including the screening of the live service and its aftermath, featuring expert commentators, special guests and live coverage of the wedding ceremony and the celebrations. BBC World Service also broadcasts live commentary from the wedding ceremony and highlights from the day, plus a The World Today wedding special on the day. World Have Your Say airs on both BBC World Service (30 April at 2am) and BBC World News (30 April at 12am), to bring audiences around the world together to discuss the day’s events. BBC.com will also show live streaming of the ceremony.
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