In the morning of Monday’s (19 September) broadcast of the funeral , BBC presenter Huw Edwards explained the network’s decision to feature only minimal commentary during the solemn proceedings.
Those who have tuned into the BBC’s coverage of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II may be confused upon being greeted by long stretches of silence.
Edwards has been praised for his sturdy presence throughout his coverage of the Queen’s death, starting with news of her passing on 8 September.
To avoid distracting from those moments with commentary, the BBC has referred its viewers to its online guide to the historic funeral.
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