BBC One has suspended its regular programming following the Queen’s death.
The station will broadcast continued news coverage on Friday with a BBC News special filling regular TV slots between BBC News at One and BBC News at Six.
Shows including EastEnders, Homes Under The Hammer, Bargain Hunt and Doctors have been moved from their usual channel and will air on BBC Two throughout the day.
Similarly, BBC Two’s new line-up includes the additions of Animal Park, Best Bakes Ever, Money For Nothing, Garden Rescue and The Bidding Room.
Alexander Armstrong’s quiz show Pointless will also appear on the BBC Two schedule at 5.15pm ahead of Garden Rescue, which also moved channels on Friday.
BBC One interrupted Bargain Hunt at 12.39pm on Thursday to deliver the statement from Buckingham Palace saying royal doctors were concerned about the Queen’s health.
Six hours later, after an image of the flag at Buckingham Palace was shown at half-mast, presenter Huw Edwards told viewers: “A few moments ago Buckingham Palace announced the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II “.
Edwards then read the Palace statement while dressed in a dark suit, white shirt and black tie, in line with the BBC’s dress code when a member of the royal family dies as a mark of respect.
Following the Queen’s death, ITV also made changes to its programming.
The broadcaster showed continuous news coverage throughout the night which looked back at the Queen’s life and reign, including her decades of service to the country.
Good Morning Britain, presented by Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard, airs until 9am on Friday.
Reid said: “It’s quite a moment, we knew this moment was coming and yet it’s still a shock. Only the over-70s have ever met another monarch and now we’re all going to meet another.
“The longest reign of any monarch, the most constant presence in all our lives, was the constant presence as Queen while everything else changed over the decades.
“Dignified, obedient, dedicated to our country, to the Commonwealth, to her family and to a life of service that has been reassuring, comforting, but also inspiring.
“I was thinking yesterday, we knew she couldn’t be immortal and yet I think we all expected her to be. It’s quite a moment, I think it’s going to take time to sink in.”
It is followed by a special wide-ranging ITV news program which will be presented by Mary Nightingale and Tom Bradby throughout the day.
The couple will be joined by special guests who will reflect on the Queen’s “majesty and legacy”, ITV said.
Correspondents located across the country will share public reaction from locations including Canada Gate, Balmoral and Cardiff, as well as Commonwealth nations including Canada, Australia and Antigua.
Jonathan Dimbleby will present another program to be broadcast at 8.30pm, called Queen Elizabeth II – The Longest Reign, followed by an extended ITV News At Ten bulletin presented by Julie Etchingham.
All TV anchors on the channels wore black on Friday as a mark of respect.
Big TV launches next week include the return of the Great British Bake Off to Channel 4 on September 13 and the return of Strictly Come Dancing to BBC One on September 17, but it is not yet known whether their schedules will be affected .