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: Dog and Dinosaur

A Glastonbury weekend special of the show, including celebrity interviews, pop videos and film news.

: Glastonbury 99

Live coverage of the second day of the 29th Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, presented by Kevin Greening and Mary Ann Hobbs. Featuring sets from Irish folk superstar Eliza Carthy and British folk queen of the nineties, Beth Orton.

Contributors

Presenter: Kevin Greening
Presenter: Mary Ann Hobbs
Singer: Eliza Carthy
Singer: Beth Orton

: Backstage

Julia Bradbury goes behind-the-scenes at the BBC's Television Centre.

Contributors

Presenter: Julia Bradbury

: Glastonbury 99

Further live coverage of the three-day music festival, presented by Kevin Greening and Mary Ann Hobbs. Featuring performances from the Brit Award-winning trio the Manic Street Preachers, Glasgow's Texas, Swedish favourites the Cardigans, Romford dance trio Underworld and, appearing on the Jazz World Stage, Urban Species.

Contributors

Presented By: Kevin Greening
Presented By: Mary Ann Hobbs
Musicians: Manic Street Preachers
Musicians: Texas
Musicians: The Cardigans
Musicians: Underworld
Musicians: Urban Species

: 110 Per Cent's Wimbledon Garden Party

Matt Smith presents a special edition of the sports magazine with previews and reviews of the tennis tournament.

Contributors

Presenter: Matt Smith








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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