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On Thursday, 25 April, ABC will offer an extensive broadcast schedule to mark ANZAC Day, covering events and ceremonies across Australia and internationally.

ABC will provide live broadcasts of the ANZAC Day marches from each state and other significant ceremonies both domestically and overseas, ensuring Australians can connect with these solemn commemorations. The network plans to air these events on multiple platforms, including ABC TV, ABC NEWS channel, and via live streaming on ABC iview.

Coverage will commence early in the day with the Anzac Dawn Service in Sydney starting at 4.20am AEST. This will be followed by the live broadcast of the Anzac Day Dawn Service from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra at 5.30am AEST. Continuing the day’s coverage, local marches from all state and territory capitals will be shown from 9am AEST.

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Internationally, the Gallipoli Dawn Service is scheduled to begin at 12.30pm AEST at the Anzac Commemorative site in Anzac Cove, located on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkiye.

This location holds historical significance as it served as a principal base for Australian and New Zealand forces during the campaign that lasted eight months. Following this, the Villers-Bretonneux Dawn Service will be broadcast from the Australian National Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux, France, at 1.30pm AEST.

The ABC NEWS channel promises comprehensive coverage throughout the day, featuring full broadcasts of the major national services and connections to marches in all state capitals. The coverage will also include reports from ABC News reporters stationed in regional areas and abroad, providing perspectives on how Australians around the world commemorate the day.

ABC Radio and the ABC listen app will also provide live coverage of local dawn services and marches. Furthermore, Radio National will air the Anzac Day Dawn Service in Canberra starting at 5.30am.

The Anzac Day Address by His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), the Governor-General, will be broadcast nationally just before the ABC evening news bulletins at 7pm.

Production credit: ABC Executive Producer, Matt Scully.

ANZAC Day Coverage – Thursday 25 April on ABC TV and ABC iview

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