The broadcaster revealed plans for a mixture of documentaries, news programming and a special edition of Come Dine With Me to mark the marriage between Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Meet The Middletons will see members of the bride's family, including cousins, aunts and distant relations, discuss the five generations of their clan. The programme is expected to focus on how Middleton's family history differs from Prince William's and has been described as "a revealing social history of the last hundred years of British working life and aspiration".
Dr. David Starkey will host Kate and William: Romance and the Royals, which will examine how William's marriage to a "commoner" is not unusual in the history of the monarchy. Meanwhile, The Unofficial Royal Wedding will follow 12 people from across the country on the day before the event, on the day of the ceremony itself, and on the day after.
Channel 4 Comedy is expected to commission a one-off show, while the Come Dine With Me special will see four royalists attempting to throw the best street party. E4 will air 50 Worst Wedding Shockers, a list show examining celebrity, television and unusual nuptials.
Channel 4 also promised that a "further very special commission" will be announced at a later date.
The broadcaster's chief creative officer Jay Hunt said: "Channel 4 will be joining in the celebrations with its unique take on the royal wedding. From the mayhem of a Come Dine With Me street party to David Starkey's historical perspective on the marriage, we will be using documentary and comedy to offer an alternative perspective on this national event."
The BBC, ITV and Sky have already revealed some details of their royal wedding coverage.