Religious leaders from around the world descended on Kent today to witness the enthronement of the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury - Justin Welby. Fred and Sangeeta linked live to our correspondent Derek Johnson.
A man has been arrested after an incident outside Canterbury Cathedral. A 47-year-old man is alleged to have run at Prince Charles' car before the enthronement ceremony.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall greet the new Archbishop of Canterbury after today's enthronement.
Religious leaders from across the globe have joined royalty and senior politicians for the enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury. These are the latest pictures from Canterbury Cathedral.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive for the enthronement service of The Most Reverend Justin Welby as Archbishop of Canterbury.
Our reporter Derek Johnson speaks to the Venerable Sheila Watson, the Archdeacon of Canterbury, one of the most senior female clerics in the Church of England, and Trevor Willmott, Bishop of Dover (Bishop in Canterbury) as they await the enthronement of the Most Reverend Justin Welby.
Our reporter Derek Johnson speaks to the Archbishop of Uganda, the Archbishop of New Zealand and the Bishops of Mauritius and Norway outside Canterbury Cathedral as they prepare for the Most Reverend Justin Welby's enthronement.
The Most Rev Justin Welby has given his "profound thanks" to everyone preparing for his enthronement as the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Out early this morning, Canterbury is beautiful, human scale and history falling out of the walls everywhere. Grateful to be here.
Everywhere signs of preparation for the service today on Canterbury. So many people working so hard, profound thanks to them all, incl media
The Most Rev Justin Welby said he believes a woman will one day be made archbishop and added that some gay couples have loving relationships of "stunning quality", ahead of today's enthronement.
Pressed on the timing, he said: "Oh, I have no idea...when the right person turns up. But, yes, I think there certainly will."
In a separate interview with BBC News, the Most Rev Welby backed traditional Church teaching on homosexuality but said: "You see gay relationships that are just stunning in the quality of the relationship."
Canterbury Cathedral Archivist Cressida Williams talks about the history and importance of the enthronement ceremony.