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: Glastonbury 2003

Radio 1 DJs Colin Murray and Edith Bowman present seven hours of uninterrupted live coverage from the Glastonbury Festival. Set among 900 acres in the Vale of Avalon, Somerset, Glastonbury is the world's largest greenfield music and performing arts festival, with hundreds of musicians and DJs performing for 112,000 people. Coverage on this the second day features a range of performances from the three main stages, including Supergrass, Radiohead and Moloko. Other artists scheduled to perform include the Chemical Brothers, Flaming Lips, Turin Brakes, Jools Holland, Jimmy Cliff and the Polyphonic Spree. There's also backstage chat, interviews, and live reports from some of the more colourful events on site.
Coverage continues tomorrow at 7pm. See also coverage on BBC2 at 11.10pm tonight and at 5.30pm and 10.45pm tomorrow; Radio 1 is broadcasting a selection of programmes live from the festival beginning at 10am. Plus BBC3 is showing highlights in The Best of Glastonbury, weekdays evenings 8pm
Forget the mud, head for the sofa: p18 Jo Whiley's summer festival guide: p20 Michael Stipe in the RT Interview: p22

Contributors

Presenter: Colin Murray
Presenter: Edith Bowman
Performer: Supergrass
Performer: Radiohead
Performer: Moloko
Performer: The Chemical Brothers
Performer: Flaming Lips
Performer: Turin Brakes
Performer: Jools Holland
Performer: Jimmy Cliff
Performer: Polyphonic Spree

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Contributors

Subject: Norman Cook








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