Royal fans can enjoy King Charles III’s three-day state visit. (74) as far as possible on television in the coming week: According to a press release, Phoenix will report on the stations of the king and his wife on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

On March 29, King Charles III arrives. and king’s wife Camilla (75) on BER from 2:05 p.m. a special broadcast with live reporting. A military ceremony at the Brandenburg Gate follows about an hour later. And from 4:00 p.m., Phoenix will broadcast the speech by Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (67) live at a reception in Bellevue Palace. As the broadcaster announces, the capital city reporters Erhard Scherfer (62) and Gerd-Joachim von Fallois will report on the various stations of the royal couple in Berlin on Wednesday. In addition, the British journalist Grahame Lucas will classify and explain the state visit.

On March 30, the station will broadcast a speech by King Charles III. in the German Bundestag live from 12:00 p.m. Scherfer and guests then analyze his words. At 5:30 p.m. there will be a summary of the visit program in Berlin and Brandenburg in the program “phoenix der tag”. On Friday, March 31, the broadcaster will report on the further course of the state visit to Hamburg in “phoenix vor ort”, this time with reporter Katharina Kühn. The broadcaster shows a summary again at 5:30 p.m. in “phoenix der tag”.

Next Wednesday from 2:05 p.m. the program “Royal State Visit: King Charles in Berlin” can be seen on the first. The broadcaster would like impressions of the greeting of Charles III. and Camilla by Federal President Steinmeier and his wife Elke Büdenbender (61) at the Brandenburg Gate and the following reception in Bellevue Palace. The program will be moderated by Tina Hassel (58), who will classify the visit together with Annette Dittert (60), head of the ARD studio in London, and the royal expert Leontine von Schmettow.

Meanwhile, RTL is showing the “Point 12 Special – King Charles in Germany” on Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. Katja Burkard (57) moderates the special broadcast on the occasion of the state visit in the run-up to Charles’ coronation on May 6th