Coverage of the second and concluding day of Scotland's annual music festival. The Main Stage hosts a range of top acts including the Strokes, this year's local heroes Franz Ferdinand, the Scissor Sisters and PJ Harvey, as well as the Pixies, the alt-rock legends making the comeback of 2004. Massive Attack, NERD and Badly Drawn Boy all take to the NME Stage tonight, while Groove Armada feature in the Slam Tent, and Snow Patrol, Orbital and Electric Six line up on the King Tut's Stage. With Dougie Anderson, Craig Hill and Gill Mills.
Continues at 11.25pm.
The Passion of Reverend Jimmy When the Reverend is found sacrificed, there's a resurgence of life in and around the hospital, and the mystery behind Mary's death is revealed.
Meanwhile, maintenance man
Jack delivers a blow to Stegman's most prized possession - and to his ego.
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