On the TV blog, David Taviner, series editor for Songs Of Praise, on the special Royal Wedding edition of the programme:
I made a decision some months ago that Songs Of Praise should join in the celebrations with a special programme from a beautiful part of North Wales, where William and Kate would begin their married life. William is a helicopter pilot with the RAF's Search and Rescue crew based on Angelsey. So it followed that we should make contact with those who live on the island - neighbours, in a sense, of the couple - and invite them to be part of this television event.
5 live producer Tom Green on the stresses of planning the station's coverage of the big event.
Things will go wrong on the day, and 5 live's team of producers and presenters will go with the flow and adapt to bring you what we hope is the very best coverage of the Royal Wedding. I just hope none of them blame me when they get back.
Paul Murphy, on the Radio 4 blog, has a glimpse of the 1947 Royal Wedding:
A mute film showing the royal couple leaving Westminster Abbey and their appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, was originally broadcast with narration delivered live from the TV studios.