The Royal Wedding.
Coverage starts at various times on numerous channels from the afternoon onwards looking at the lead up to the Wedding. If you only want to see the wedding itself, the Ceremony starts at 8pm eastern (7.30 SA & NT, 6.00 WA) and continues for an hour and a half. After that, is the procession to Buckingham Palace, which will culminate with the all important and ceremonial kiss on the balcony.
On free to air, its on ABC1, Seven (7TWO Vic & SA), Nine (not NSW & QLD who have NRL on), GEM and Ten and Pay TV coverage can be seen on UKTV, Sky News, CNN and E!. HD coverage is available free to air on GEM, on Sky News HD (Ch 201) for iQHD subscribers and UK TV HD for those with the appropriate package.
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The Chaser’s War on Everything, ABC2, 8.30pm
The Chaser boys may have lost the war against the Royal Wedding, so for those craving some Chaser action, feeling a little left out by the lack of the Chaser Royal Wedding Commentary, this two hours on ABC2 could just be what you need. Ricky Gervais Live: Politics follows at 10.27pm.
Come Dine With Me: Greece, SBS TWO, 6.30pm.
From the something different and a little out there department comes the Greek version of Come Dine with Me, where 4 or 5 complete strangers must prepare and cook a dinner party for each other often with hilarious results. You may have seen the Australian or the UK version on the Lifestyle channel – if you haven’t the concept used in My Kitchen Rules Instant Restaurant rounds is very similar. In Come Dine With me though, the contestants judge each other at the end of each night, and the winner of each round take away a cash prize usually of around AUD$2,000.
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, ELEVEN, 10.40pm.
Always good for a late night laugh as everybody’s favourite American-Scotsman, Craig Ferguson, takes late-night comedy to new and hilarious heights! Tonight’s guests include: Actor Tom Selleck; actress Odette Annable.
Movie: Left Bank, SBS ONE, 10.35pm.
Horror movie. When 22-year-old Marie discovers that the previous tenant of her boyfriend’s apartment had mysteriously vanished without trace, she begins to investigate the circumstances. Becoming completely obsessed, she eventually discovers that her new neighbourhood may be a dangerous, satanic place and that some mysteries should be left alone. In English, made in Belgium. Stars: Eline Kuppens, Matthias Schoenaerts, Sien Eggers
Movie: Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, GO!, 9.15pm
Heeey dudes, those awesome dudes Bill & Ted get another play on GO! Totally! Bill and Ted, with guidance from Rufus, must win the Battle of the Bands to save the future – and heavy metal. Killed by their evil Cyborg doubles, Bill and Ted must journey to hell and back in order to win the contest and, of course, the babes. Stars: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, William Sadler, Pam Grier
Movie: The Fog, GO!, 11.15pm
A thriller about a Northern California town that’s forced to contend with a thick fog. As the fog seeps through the town, the residents meet gruesome ends. Stars Tom Welling, Maggie Grace, Selma Blair, David Deray, Kenneth Welsh, Adrian Hough