Edith Bowman and Dougie Anderson join the 69,000 capacity crowd to present live coverage from Scotland's premier music festival - now in its 12th year - and get the latest backstage gossip and interviews from day two's acts.
Scots dance maestro Mylo takes to the stage in the Slam Tent. Plus performances from festival favourites Travis. indie legend Ian Brown , seminal dance act Prodigy, new talent KT Tunstall and hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg. An explosive end to the two-day event will be provided by US outfit Green Day. who headline the grand festival finale. See yesterday's choice.
4/6: series two.
Gaz wants Donna to move in with him instead of staying with Jonny and Janet. Meanwhile, things go a little too far when Janet meets up with Andy again in the pub.
11.30 5/6; series two. Donna and Gaz decide to get their relationship off to a good start by sorting out areas of contention.
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