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  • Philg
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    Sky News have announced their coverage for Charles and Camilla’s Wedding, Martin Stanford and Kay Burley will be anchoring live from Windsor, with Geoff Meade and Catherine Witty. Slightly vague as to whether Live at Five will be live from Windsor, but seems not.

    Full details from Sky Publicity Website:

    Sky News will deploy some of its biggest-name presenters to cover the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, in Windsor on Friday 8 April.

    The coverage will be co-anchored from Windsor. The civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall is not being televised, although the blessing at Windsor Castle will be broadcast.

    Kay Burley and Martin Stanford will be live on location covering the couple entering the Guildhall for the service at 1400. At 1530 Sky News will broadcast the St George?s Chapel blessing, live.

    Royal pundit Alastair Bruce and the Queen?s former press secretary Dickie Arbiter will be in Windsor throughout the day.

    Sky News? Royal Correspondents Geoff Meade and Katherine Witty will be reporting live.

    Looking back at the Royal Wedding will be Jeremy Thompson, anchoring Live at Five, with co-presenter Anna Botting, covering Britain?s reaction to the day?s events and the Royal couple?s departure, at 1800, for their honeymoon in Scotland.

    John Ryley, Sky News? Executive Editor, said: ?The Prince had decided to bar TV cameras and all other media from the civil ceremony, which means Sky News will be looking at innovative ways to cover the event. It will be the first Royal wedding in modern times not to be televised so we?ll ensure our coverage is rich and picture-led;  bringing the latest breakings news and eye-witness accounts to our viewers.?

    The channel?s output will be produced by Chris Birkett. 

    #24236 Reply
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    i wont be watching their wedding,because of the way they treated princess diana,

    #24237 Reply
    Dirkyt
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    Right…I am Princess Diana’s fan.

    She was a lovely woman, and she was a true lady. She was not a slapper (as my father says) I have battled with my family about this for many years. She even had her birthday the same day as me.

    However, being dead against this wedding will not change what happened with Diana, nor will it keep her memory alive. It will just add fuel to the fire for my father and his band of supporters’ anti Diana arguements.

    I will be watching and wish Camilla and Charles all the best.

    Wills and Harry loved their mum – but are probably sick of folk slagging off their dad. They love him as well.

    LIVE AND LET LIVE. :angry:

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    Johnnie
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    philg+Mar 29 2005, 06:29 PM–>(philg @ Mar 29 2005, 06:29 PM)

    Sky News? Royal Correspondents Geoff Meade and Katherine Witty will be reporting live. 

    I haven’t seen Katharine Witty for a while now, Be nice to see her back on our screens. She has been labelled has Royal Correspondent, thats news to me…

    #24239 Reply
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    thats your opinion,i disagree,

    diana was a lovely woman,her death is a mystery ?,

    curse the wedding.

    diana fan.

    #24240 Reply
    Moxey
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    Thats someting to really look forward to

    Sjy News overkill on Charles & Camillas wedding

    Sky wont be getting my viewing that day

    #24241 Reply
    Skybaby
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    All the best to Charles and Camilla, but I won’t be taking much interest – I’ll be busy living my selfish little life and looking forward to going to see Jack Dee in the evening

    But will it actually go ahead? There’s some speculation that the Pope’s funeral will take place on April 8th.

    As for Diana, well a lot of that sorry mess would have been avoided if Charles had been allowed to marry Camilla in the first place.

    #24242 Reply
    Dotdotuk
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    I cant understand civilized people wanting a marriage to fail and have others happiness destroyed.

    Especially when they do not know them or their former wives/husbands and former wives/husbands misters and mistresses.

    #24243 Reply
    Wolverine
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    :ph34r:

    It always what happens, some people can’t bear seeing others persons happy, especially when they’re famous…..
    It’s a beautiful world, filled with cruel folk, that is makes life that uncertain…..
    and that thrilling.

    Oh, by the way, HAPPY WEDDING !

    #24244 Reply
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    I wish folk would realize the Diana is dead and gone if not forgotten. Charles looks happier that I have ever seen him and clearly very much in love, (no doubt he knows what that means now). He may be heir to the throne but ultimately is just a man, entitled to what ever happiness he can find. I will certainly be watching Sky’s coverage and wish them both well. I can’t see why people still think they have the right to tell him what he can and can’t do, would any of us give a stranger that power over our lives? Give them a break.

    #24245 Reply
    MelbourneTV
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    Im not going to plan my day around this – really I dont care!
    I do not like Charles, dislike Camilla even more!

    I hope Charles never ascends the thrown and passes it on to William. Charles will just do irrepairable damage to the monarchy.

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