Notting Hill Carnival 2015: Can't go? Here's how to watch it from home

 
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If the threat of a washout, crowds of hundreds of thousands and the seeming inability to find a toilet put you off Notting Hill carnival this year, you can still get in on some of the action.

Local television channel London Live will let you catch a glimpse of the streams of colorful floats, huge processions of dancers in flamboyant costumes and the Calypso music.

Viewers will be able to watch the capital's biggest street party from the comfort of their own sofa between 4-6pm today, as well as tomorrow.

Read more: Everything you need to know about Notting Hill Carnival

Today's programme is a two-hour special live from the first day of the world famous carnival. It'll also includes a look ahead to the big parade on Monday, while telling viewers where to eat, dance and how to get involved.

"[Tomorrow's finale] will be broadcast from the heart of the parade ... bringing you all the colour, music, costumes and atmosphere," London Live said.

You can watch it here.

Transport for London has announced there will be some road and transport closures.

The Met Office has also predicted that tomorrow will be cloudy, with outbreaks of rain.

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