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Sky TV To Broadcast The Queen Mother’s Funeral

Thursday, 4 April 2002

Sky Television To Broadcast The Queen Mother’s Funeral

Sky News Australia, channel 54 on SKY Digital, will show LIVE coverage of the Queen Mother’s Funeral on Tuesday 9 April 2002.

Direct from Britain’s leading 24-hour news channel, SKY News Australia will feature extended coverage throughout the evening starting from 9.30 pm NZ time.

In addition, SKY News Australia will also present LIVE coverage of the procession to Westminster this Friday evening starting from 10.45 pm NZ time.

SKY News Australia will also feature a 30-minute programme on the Queen Mother paying tribute to her many achievements.

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