Extra : The Death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Huw Edwards breaks the news on the BBC.
The BBC's announcement.
On ITV, Mary Nightingale reads the statement.
A very matter-of-fact, straight-to-camera presentation of the announcement from Channel 4's Cathy Newman.
Channel 4's announcement
Dan Walker breaks the news for Channel 5's audience.
Channel 5's announcement.
A simple menu showing updates to programme times, and a signpost to online listings.
A special ident to mark the Queen's passing, similar in style to the ident shown following the death of HRH Prince Philip in 2021. This version doesn't include channel branding.
HM Queen Elizabeth II Remembered ident
Programming on the Thursday evening was suspended on BBC Three and BBC Four with these slides shown on the respective channels.
BBC One branded versions of the ident.
HM Queen Remembered ident (BBC One)
HM Queen Remembered ident (BBC One NI)
HM Queen Remembered ident (BBC One Scotland)
HM Queen Remembered ident (BBC One Wales)
A trailer for 'Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen' on BBC One.
The countdown on the BBC News Channel was replaced with this more sombre version.
BBC News filler (Sombre)
Later, the visuals were changed to reflect the news.
BBC News filler (Queen Elizabeth)
ITV and STV showed simple idents featuring only their logos.
ITV logo ident
STV logo ident
STV logo (announcerless)
An information slide from ITV2 signposting the breaking news coverage on ITV.
Channel 4 used the 'Wheelchair Racers' ident - often with the alternative lighter musical score. Here the ident marks the channel's return to the regular schedule on the evening of Friday 10th September.
Wheelchair Racers ident (Alternative audio)
After certain programming overnight Thursday into the Friday, additional credits not displayed in those programmes were shown as captions over animated yellow blocks.
Channel 4 additional credits
S4C used a very simple monochrome ident accompanied by gentle piano music.
S4C logo ident
S4C logo ident (Closedown)
Channel 5's black ident was already a part of their presentation and was appropriately used.
UKTV along with other broadcasters dropped all advertising across its channels, replacing it with this animated filler.
GOLD's logo-only ident, announcerless.
The idents introducing the One Minute Silence across the BBC channels. BBC One was already mid-coverage with the other channels joining it.
One Minute Silence (BBC Two)
One Minute Silence (BBC Three)
One Minute Silence (BBC Four)
One Minute Silence (BBC Scotland)
ITV only marked the silence on the main channel.
One Minute Silence (ITV)
Idents from across the Channel 4 family. Some joined Channel 4 for Channel 4 News, whilst other showed an image of the Queen.
(Some videos edited for brevity or to remove long footage.)
One Minute Silence (Channel 4)
One Minute Silence (4Seven)
One Minute Silence (E4)
One Minute Silence (E4 Extra)
One Minute Silence (Film4)
One Minute Silence (More4)
Whilst Channel 5 itself linked into the news for the silence, its family of channels broadcast the '5' ident and a scene of the flag.
One Minute Silence (Channel 5)
One Minute Silence (Channel 5 channels)
The One Minute Silence as observed across UKTV channels.
(Videos edited for brevity.)
One Minute Silence (Alibi)
One Minute Silence (Dave)
One Minute Silence (Drama)
One Minute Silence (W)
One Minute Silence (Yesterday)
Across the Sky and A+E Networks channels, some took Sky News coverage, others a caption.
(Some videos edited to remove long footage.)
One Minute Silence (Blaze)
One Minute Silence (Challenge)
One Minute Silence (Pick)
On Discovery channels, the Queen's cypher was shown.
One Minute Silence (Quest)
An animated caption with voiceover was broadcast across the Channel 4 channels on Monday 19th September. Channel 4 itself edited breaks out of many of its programmes.
No adverts information (C4 channels)