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Reading and Leeds Festival


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Edith Bowman and Zane Lowe present live coverage from day two of the twin-centre music extravaganza.
Tonight's line-up features Muse,
Arctic Monkeys, Primal Scream, the Streets, Feeder, Dirty Pretty Things, TV On The Radio, the Fratellis, Gogol Bordello and Peaches. Plus, between 2am and 3am, highlights from the NME/Radio 1 Stage and, on the eve of their biggest homecoming show, Kaiser Chiefs take tea with the Lane-Fox family, the current residents of Leeds festival venue Braham Park. See also The Radio 1 BBO at the Reading Festival at 4pm on Radio 1
Digital viewers can access performance and Comedy Stage highlights from
7pm to 2am by pressing the red button
Phill Jupitus on Yeah Yeah Yeahs: p34


Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Braham Park.
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

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Reading and Leeds Festival

BBC Three, 26 August 2006 20.00

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