BBC3 goes to the heart of the opening night action at Britain's biggest music festival. Live coverage from the Pyramid Stage sees headliners Oasis return to Glastonbury after a ten-year absence, while over on the Other Stage there's the Chemical
Brothers. Additional performances come from Franz Ferdinand and Goldfrapp, plus there's highlights of some of the day's earlier turns from Nelly Furtado , Badly Drawn Boy and Elbow.
Presenters Colin Murray and Edith Bowman will be joined backstage at Worthy Farm by some of the artists. Meanwhile Dougie Anderson will be out and about among the crowds and campers to give viewers a real taste of the event. More at
10.30pm on BBC3 and 11.35pm on BBC2.
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