Colin Murray and Edith Bowman introduce coverage of the final day of the music festival.
Featuring performances from
Muse, the Libertines, the Delays and Morrissey, to name but a few. Coverage continues at
10pm. Alternative coverage can be seen on BBC2 between 7pm and 8pm. BBCi: from 10pm digital viewers can access further coverage via the handset. For news, line-ups and profiles visit www.bbc.co.uk/glastonbury
6/6. Haunted by the knowledge that he caused the death of a patient, Rob (Max Beesley ) reaches breaking point. Will his relationship with Donna (Neve Macintosh) survive the trauma of his professional life? Meanwhile, Hurley (Patrick Baladi ) makes yet another mistake - but still remains in line for promotion. And Whitman (Keith Allen ) faces a sexual harassment charge. With so many victims, can he identify the source of the complaint? New episode. Contains strong material.
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