VE Day celebration on Friday 8 May
In the same way that millions of Britons have embraced technology to see family, satisfy their pub quiz itches and even got married, VE Day 2020 is now taking place at home and online.
There are plenty of ways you can get involved on Friday, from a special VE Day picnic or afternoon tea to decorating the house with flags and bunting.
If you're a dab hand in the kitchen, why not try whipping up some VE Day-inspired nibbles - and even if you're not, you can always raise a glass of your favourite tipple.
Here is what is happening across the UK (and our Quiz). You can join in with all of them or just the bits you want to.
The Nation Remembers - BBC1 will lead a poignant two-minute silence to honour the service and sacrifice of the wartime generation
Churchills Speech on BBC1 followed at 3pm by The Nation's Toast to the Heroes of World War Two.
Grab your picnic blankets or garden table and head to your front garden, back garden or wherever you can. Tea and scones, coffee and cake or afternoon tea - whatever takes your fancy.
2 Sue's Quiz - Now an on-line event - The quiz covers the usual elements, so start revising and get someone else to join you, who might know the answer! watch out for a separate email with all the information.
A pre-recorded address by HM Queen will be broadcast at the exact moment her father, King George VI, gave a radio address on 8 May 1945.
Fancy a sing-along? Following the Queens address, the nation is invited to come together in a rendition of Vera Lynn's "We'll Meet Again".
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