London celebrations

Sky News’ A-team in London to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Foxtel subscription TV channel Sky News Australia quickly flew many of its key talent to the UK for live coverage of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and membership of King Charles III.

The first of four hosts to air was Peta Credlin and Paul Murray Sunday evening. After them on Monday morning from 5:30 a.m. were the breakfast guests Laura Jayes and Peter Stefanovic.

Credlin and Murray went on the air on Sunday evening as the coffin carrying Queen Elizabeth II began its journey from Balmoral to Edinburgh.

Losing a spot in prime time to Australians hosting from the UK is Piers Morgan. Its new Piers Morgan uncensored The program is now only available to Flash subscribers. The program launched in Australia with high hopes in April.

News channel Foxtel promises that over the coming week Sky News Australia crews across the UK and Australia will be live around the clock to cover all the commemorative moments, including the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and the events surrounding the accession of King Charles III.

Peta Credlin and Paul Murray broadcast from Buckingham Palace

After their two-hour joint hosting on Sunday night, Peta Credlin will continue to host her Credlin program throughout the week every evening at 6:00 p.m., live from London.

Paul Murray will also be live from London Monday to Thursday at 8:00 p.m. for an extended two-hour edition of Paul Murray Live.

Laura Jayes and Peter Stefanovic organize a In memory of Queen Elizabeth II program every morning from 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. live from Buckingham Palace, with the latest news and updates on the day’s royal events.

Sky News journalists Annelise Nielsen and Jonathan Lea will also be on the ground in the UK with the best stories as they develop, as well as the reaction from Australia and the world.

Continuous coverage each day on Sky News Australia from 11:00 a.m. will be from Tom Connell and Ashleigh Gillon as they take the reins of accommodation throughout the week for NewsDay.

The next one to air each day will be Afternoon Agenda at 2 p.m. hosted by Kieran Gilbert and Andrew Clennell with the latest from Canberra as politicians and others remember the extraordinary life of Queen Elizabeth II.

Live coverage and analysis continues each night with special editions of The Kenny Report weekday evenings at 5:00 p.m., The Bolt Report Monday to Thursday at 7:00 p.m., The Rita Panahi Show Monday at 10 p.m., The world according to Rowan Dean Tuesday to Thursday at 10:00 p.m. and The first page weeknights at 11 p.m.

Piers Morgan can now be heard giving his perspective on the historic events of Piers Morgan uncensored streaming from Tuesday to Friday on Flash. Morgan hosted a three-hour special on Friday honoring Queen Elizabeth II which is available to watch on the Piers Morgan uncensored Youtube.