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: Glastonbury 2004

Live coverage of the music festival.
See above for details.

: Glastonbury 2004

Live from the legendary music festival, Radio 1 DJs Coiin Murray and Edith Bowman introduce performances from acts expected to include Starsailor, Von Bondies , Jamie Cullum , the Killers, Hope of the States and Keane. BBCi: from 10pm digital viewers can access further coverage via the handset. For news, line-ups and profiles visit www.bbc.co.uk/glastonbury


Unknown: Coiin Murray
Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Von Bondies
Unknown: Jamie Cullum

: Strictly Come Dancing on Three

Details as above at 10.55pm.

: Glastonbury 2004

Continued live coverage.

: Strictly Come Dancing on Three

The after-show party, live from the BBC1 studio. Earlier tonight, the remaining three couples were vying for a place in next week's final. Now they join Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly to assess the outcome. With Justin Lee Collins.


Unknown: Bruce Forsyth
Unknown: Tess Daly
Unknown: Justin Lee Collins

: Glastonbury 2004

More live performances from the music festival. Alternative coverage on BBC2 from 11.40pm.
If there is no live football on BBCL 7pm-2am will be as follows

: Body Hits

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