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: Glastonbury

New. Lily Allen shows off her latest tunes and teadress while Pete Doherty and Babyshambles promise punchy rock. Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman present. Further coverage on BBC2 and BBC4 at 10.30pm. See page 64.
Digital viewers can choose from extra coverage of four different acts (two on Freeview), plus yesterday's top performers, between 7.00pm and 2.00am


Unknown: Lily Allen
Unknown: Pete Doherty
Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Edith Bowman

: Doctor Who Confidential

12/13. New. John Simm discusses how he prepared for the role of Harry Saxon in The Sound of Drums. Doctor Who poster offer: page 3 Master Mind: page 18


Unknown: John Simm

: Glastonbury

New. Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman present more live sets from Glastonbury including Brighton's curly indiepop strummers, the Kooks and rockers
Editors. See page 64. (HD)


Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Edith Bowman

: Little Britain

2/6; series three. Lou and Andy join Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan for a game of You Say We Pay, and Pat reacts badly to an Indian meal.


Unknown: Richard Madeley
Unknown: Judy Finnigan

: Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor

2/6. The comedian presents a mix of sketches, including a one-night-stand-loving prime minister and a Wag-style current affairs show.

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

9/10; series three. Gaz advises Munch on how to handle women.

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

10/10; series three

: Glastonbury: the Best Bits

New. Colin Murray presents a round-up of the day's performers including, at
1.30am, highlights of the Killers' set

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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