Queen Elizabeth II will be speaking to the nation once again on Christmas Day this year, with her pre-recorded message being broadcast on a number of different media platforms. What time is the speech this year, and how can you tune in?
The Queen’s speech is set to be slightly different this year, after a torrid 12 months that’s been overshadowed by the coronavirus.
She usually talks about the key events from the past year, and the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to be at the top of her list.
The Queen will likely pay tribute to the thousands of people that have died from the coronavirus, as well as those working on the frontline.
While a lot of things have been different this year, the format of the Queen’s Speech is expected to remain the same.
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What TV channel is the Queen’s Speech?
You can follow the Queen’s Speech by watching either BBC One, ITV, Sky One and Sky News.
Both TV stations have titled the speech as simply: ‘The Queen’.
Coverage of the speech starts at 3pm prompt, and will end at 3.10pm.