The BBC through BBC Worldwide Channels will be showing coverage of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations worldwide in South Africa as well as Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, India, the rest of Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
The live coverage will be taken directly from BBC One in the United Kingdom.
"I am truly delighted that we are able to deliver this truly British affair under a British brand to viewers all around the world," says Jana Bennett, the president of Worldwide Networks at the BBC.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee: Thames Pageant will be shown on 3 June - a 4 and a half hour broadcast following 100 boats along the River Thames. The BBC will have 8 camera coverage on the specially coverted Royal Barge and coverage will be led by Matt Baker and Sophie Raworth from a special studio at the historic former Thames fish market Old Billingsgate.
Clare Balding will be aboard the Royal Bow Barge The Gloriana, which will lead the rowing section.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert will also be shown on 4 June from in front of Buckingham Palace.
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee: Service of Thanksgiving and Royal Procession on Tuesday 5 June, is a State Occasion and will be marked by a National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, attended by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh together with other members of the Royal Family.
Commentary from St Paul's will be provided by James Naughtie. Sophie Raworth will be reporting from St Paul's; Fiona Bruce will be at the Palace of Westminster; and Chris Hollins and Sonali Shah will be in The Mall. Clare Balding will be at the Knightsbridge Barracks meeting new trainees of the Household Cavalry who have been learning to ride in time for this historical day.
The Royal Family will appear on the balcony to and watch the RAF fly past and a Feu de Joie – a cascade of rifle fire by The Queen's Guard.