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: Glastonbury

Live coverage from Worthy Farm in Pilton,
Somerset, of day two of the music extravaganza. Colin Murray and Edith Bowman present rolling coverage of the event, featuring highlights from the Pyramid Stage and the Other Stage including:
7.00 guitar-free indie trio Keane, and veteran Merseyside rockers Echo and the Bunnymen;
8.00 New York post-punk quartet
Interpol and the Wirral's own the Coral;
9.00 resurgent electro-pop pioneers New Order and, on the Jazz World
Stage, ex-Moloko vocalist RÓisín Murphy;
10.00 more from New Order, plus indie favourites Kasabian;
11.00 the massively popular Coldplay and Camden rockers Razorlight.
Following the live coverage, at
12.30pm there'll be a look back at the highlights of the evening. Further highlights are available from 10.25pm on BBC2. Coverage continues on BBC3 tomorrow at 7pm. BBCi: digital viewers on all BBC TV channels can press the red button on the handset to access alternative coverage and earlier highlights from the festival. tLive and recorded coverage is also available on BBC 6 Music
Re-create Glastonbury at home with Phill Jupitus : p36; Inside Story: p56


Unknown: Colin Murray
Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

: a double bill. Jonny facing a big decision after winning El,000 on a scratchcard, before discovering that Janet may still have a crush on her ex-boyfriend Andy

: 15 Storeys High

: Vince (Sean Lock ) applies for the job as manager of the swimming pool


Unknown: Sean Lock

: Twisted Tales

: a pair of Goths get more than they bargained for when they go flat-hunting

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