BBC Worldwide Channels has announced that they will be covering the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, airing it on the BBC channels across Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, India, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. The LIVE coverage will be taken directly from BBC One in the UK, with the celebrations available via the BBC Global iPlayer in selected markets.

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations will lead the London Calling season, a global television event that will run for two months and feature a lineup of exclusive dramas, comedies and documentaries, and a three-part documentary, The Diamond Queen, which will be available as part of BBC America’s Summer of London season.

There will be three events: The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee: Thames Pageant, a four-and-a-half hour broadcast spanning the pageant route and featuring 1,000 boats from the UK and the Commonwealth accompanying The Queen aboard the Royal Barge as they travel along the River Thames; The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee: Concert, which will feature musicians from the last 60 years of rock, pop and classical music on a stage built around The Queen Victoria Memorial in front of Buckingham Palace; and The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee: Service of Thanksgiving and Royal Procession, a State Occasion which will be marked by a National Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral.