BBC One’s live coverage of the commemorations
Once a year on Remembrance Sunday, the nation comes together to honour all those who have died in conflict. BBC One’s live coverage of the event continues a long tradition of broadcasting which celebrates, enriches and makes accessible Britain’s cultural calendar for an audience of millions.
“We’re bringing the commemorations to everybody – with all our services, local, national and global, joining in. It’s really important we continue to remember all those who’ve served our country and the BBC plays a vital role in that.”
Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC
Working closely with Royal British Legion, the MOD, the DCMS and the Police, BBC Studios’ world-leading Events team delivers live coverage from The Cenotaph in Whitehall, where Her Majesty The Queen leads the nation's Remembrance Sunday commemorations.
The Prime Minister, leading politicians, representatives of many of the world's religions, military leaders, and dignitaries from around the Commonwealth joined thousands of veterans from countless conflicts for the Two Minute Silence at 11am.
Experts at complex live broadcast, and continually seeking new ways to exceed already high audience expectations, the Events team at BBC Studios augments the official schedule of events, with segments interviewing veterans and their families.
Capturing first-hand accounts of life in conflict and hearing remarkable stories of courage, solidarity and tragedy, this deeply moving production for BBC One brings the nation together, remembering those men and women who have died serving their country.