Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish , best known as Channel 4's toy animal fans "Adam and Joe", present the sights and sounds from the second day of this year's Glastonbury celebrations - the highlight of the festival season for many music lovers. Offering a mix of gossip, guests and plenty of larking about, the duo help capture the excitement and atmosphere of an event that British weather usually turns into a mud bath. Live performances come from a host of bands, including the Charlatans, Orbital, Kosheen, White Stripes, the Vines and Beverley Knight.
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