The BBC will broadcast live coverage from the Cenotaph this morning, as Her Majesty the Queen leads the nation’s Remembrance Sunday commemorations.
The prime minister, leading politicians, representatives of many of the world’s religions, dignitaries from around the Commonwealth and military leaders join thousands of veterans from countless conflicts for the two minute silence, service and march past.
The BBC will also have several interviews, live and pre recorded, with men and women who have served in conflicts past and present.
David Dimbleby and Sophie Raworth will be live on BBC One and BBC News Channel from 10.25am, and repeated on BBC Two at 5.30pm.
Sky News will also have live pictures from Whitehall.
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