This Thursday, June 2 and until Sunday, Great Britain celebrates the 70 years of reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Here’s how not to miss any of the Jubilee festivities from your couch.
Following the Jubilee from France is possible. Many television channels have decided to bring you the event that our British neighbors have been waiting for so long.
Thus, from this Thursday, the festivities will be widely relayed by the French media. On the news channels, of course, but also from 9:45 am, on the public service. Around the inevitable Stéphane Bern and Julian Bugier, France 2 will take the antenna to live the parade and remember the highlights of his reign.
An agreement between TF1 and the BBC
Due to an agreement with the BBC, TF1 will bring the event to you as closely as possible. As 20 minutes indicates, “Denis Brogniart in a London bus, François-Xavier Ménage in the only French taxi in London, Hélène Bonnet aboard a river shuttle and Garance Pardignon in a horse-drawn carriage”, will be part of the exceptional device put in place by the chain for this jubilee.
On the LCI side, we are betting on a Morning relocated at 6 a.m. in a red London bus with Hélène Mannarino’s entire team on board. M6 will dedicate a special evening to the festivities and will then broadcast the big London concert live on Saturday, from 9:10 p.m.