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The first of two extended visits to Worthy Farm for the opening day of the weekend music extravaganza.
Until 8.00, there'll be performances from the Other Stage with spiky newcomers Bloc Party and the Pete Doherty-led Baby Shambles, while
American indie outfit Secret Machines take to the John Peel Stage.
Then there's melancholic Mancunians
Doves and offbeat Merseysiders the Zutons on the Pyramid Stage plus
MIA - Sri Lanka's Maya Arulpragasam - on the John Peel Stage. Rounding off this stint in Somerset will be Las Vegas synth-rockers the Killers and hypnotic Norwegian dance outfit
Rflyksopp. Presented by Colin Murray and Edith Bowman. Festival coverage continues at 10.30pm. BBCi: between 9.30pm and 2am, digital viewers on all BBC TV channels can press the red handset button to access live radio coverage on BBC 6 Music and watch performances from headline acts and other bands at the festival
Phill Jupitus on the Undertones: p48


Unknown: Maya Arulpragasam
Presented By: Colin Murray
Presented By: Edith Bowman.
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

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