7/7 The London Bombings Remembered (10th Anniversary)
David Dimbleby comes live from St Paul's Cathedral for a service of commemoration to mark the tenth anniversary of the London bombings. Families who lost loved ones and survivors are joined by members of the emergency services to remember that tragic day in 2005 when 52 people were killed
The survivors and the families of the victims have been invited to attend a service of commemoration in St Paul’s Cathedral at 11am on the day.
Staff from TfL, the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, the London Ambulance Service, British Transport Police and the City of London Police, who were caught up in the tragic day's events will also attend.
London mayor Boris Johnson and Prince Andrew are expected to join the service along with other senior figures.
The service will be broadcast live on BBC1 from 10:30am.
One minute's silence
The entire country is being invited to hold one minute's silence at 11:30am to reflect on the anniversary.