PRINCE PHILIP: TV programmes pulled as mark of respect
BBC has cancelled all programming on BBC One and BBC Two for the rest of the day while Emmerdale and Coronation Street will not air on Friday night following the death of Prince Philip.
Soap fans looking for their fix from Eastenders, Coronation Street or Emmerdale will have to wait as BBC and ITV have pulled the episodes due to air on Friday.
BBC One and BBC Two will see all programmes pulled for the rest of the day following the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The BBC has taken the decision to cancel all its Friday shows for the rest of the day following the Duke of Edinburgh’s death.
Shows including Masterchef, Gardener’s World and Eastenders were due to be broadcast on Friday but now none of those will be shown.
ITV has cancelled Coronation Street and Emmerdale as well as A Touch Of Frost.
Channel 4 will broadcast Gogglebox and the Circle as planned.