King Charles III: These stations broadcast the coronation

On Saturday, May 6th, the time has finally come: Charles III.

King Charles III: These stations broadcast the coronation

On Saturday, May 6th, the time has finally come: Charles III. (74) and his wife Camilla (75) are crowned in Westminster Abbey. An event for which the British royal family has been preparing meticulously for months - and which is broadcast worldwide. German television stations have also announced live reports. Incidentally, the pioneer of the gigantic media spectacle was Charles' mother: The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) on June 2, 1953 was the first coronation of a British monarch to be broadcast live on television. German Royal fans can tune in here when Charles is crowned:

The first offers a live broadcast from 9:30 a.m. that will last more than five hours. Correspondent Annette Dittert (60) reports on the mood on site under the title "King Charles III. - The Coronation in London". In the studio, royal family expert Leontine Countess von Schmettow (60) comments on the ceremony with guests and experts. Julia-Niharika Sen (56) will be the moderator. From 4 p.m. there will be a 45-minute version of the documentary "Charles - Fateful Years of a King" by Claire Walding. The program "Brisant" summarizes all the highlights from London from 4.45 p.m. In the evening from 11.40 p.m. there will be a summary of the day again.

The private broadcaster RTL is planning a whole theme day. It starts at 4:35 a.m. with the first broadcast of the documentary series "The Real Crown: Love, Duty and Burden in the House of Windsor". In "Exclusive Special: King at Last - Charles ascends the throne!" moderator Frauke Ludowig (59), designer Guido Maria Kretschmer (57) and aristocratic expert Michael Begasse (57) will report on the events in London for seven hours. The broadcast begins at 9 a.m. The cousin of King Charles, Eduard Prinz von Anhalt (81), Countess Stephanie von Pfuel (62) and moderator Mareile Höppner (45) will be guests in the special broadcast from the studio in Cologne. The correspondents Katharina Delling (33) and Ulrich Oppold (61) report live from London with classifications of the royal celebrations. Wigald Boning (56) will also be in the British capital. From 4 p.m. the documentary "King Charles III. - Between love and vocation" continues. In addition, the streaming portal RTL offers other programs related to the coronation and the royal family.

The private broadcaster Sat.1 starts the special day at 7:40 a.m. with a repeat of the documentary "Queen Elizabeth II - The Eternal Queen", which was made for her 90th birthday in 2016. "This is the crowning glory!" it says then at 9:30 a.m. Presenter Marlene Lufen (52) speaks in the London studio about the events with Charlotte Countess of Oeynhausen and Heinrich Prince of Hanover (62), master of ceremonies Major William Hunt and singer Ross Antony (48). Presenters Karen Heinrichs (49) and Benjamin Bieneck report from Westminster Abbey, and reporter Benedikt Amara from Buckingham Palace. In addition, Joko Winterscheidt (44) and Klaas Heufer-Umlauf (39) will comment on events in London from 11 a.m., such as the arrival of the guests and the royal couple. This is the punishment that the two received for their defeat on the show "Joko

The broadcaster shows a live special from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with chief presenter Tatjana Ohm (53) and presenter Alexander Siemon (55). Nobility expert Jürgen Worlitz (74) will comment on the events from the Berlin news studio. The reporters Alina Quast and Laura Kipfelsberger as well as correspondent Arndt Striegler report from the preparations to the celebrations in London.

ZDF does not broadcast live and is limited to a highlight special in the evening: "King Charles III - Coronation in London" from 7:25 p.m. Royal house expert Julia Melchior (born 1975) and Christina von Ungern-Sternberg (born 1979) comment on the coronation.

Royal fans can also follow the festive events via stream, for example at Joyn, on RTL and