BBC World News, the BBC’s global 24-hour news channel, announced its coverage plans around the funeral of HRH Prince Philip.

This special live coverage from Windsor Castle will air at 1700, 1800 and 1900 HKT, and the coverage of the ceremonial Funeral of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh will be live from 1930 – 2320 HKT.

Her Majesty The Queen, together with other members of the Royal Family will attend the Funeral Service. A full military procession and members of the Royal Family will accompany the coffin, as it makes the final journey from Windsor Castle to St George’s Chapel.

Throughout the afternoon, Huw Edwards will be joined by special guests. Royal experts will share their thoughts and analysis on this historic occasion and pay tribute to The Duke of Edinburgh’ life of service and duty.

JJ Chalmers and Sophie Raworth in Windsor will report on the events from key locations around the Castle and will meet people participating in today’s ceremonial events.

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