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: Glastonbury

New. Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman present live coverage of the festival in Somerset, including a set on the Pyramid Stage by Editors, with We Are Scientists on the Other Stage. Plus chats with guests on the sofa.
9.00 New. Further coverage from the famous festival, including a performance on the Pyramid Stage by the Fratellis, plus a set on the Jazz World Stage by Estelle.
(Coverage continues on BBC2 at 11pm, with Jimmy Cliff's performance on BBC4 at 11.20pm)
(See page 116.)
(Glastonbury: the Best Bits is at 12.45am)

(Digital viewers can press red to choose from two bands (one on Freeview) 7.00-9.00pm and five bands 9.00pm-2.00am (two on Freeview))
Stuart Maconie's pick of the line-up: page 34


Presenter: Zane Lowe
Presenter: Edith Bowman
Musicians: Editors
Musicians: We Are Scientists
Musicians: Fratellis
Singer: Estelle

: EastEnders

Dot takes drastic action to bring Stacey and Bradley together.
Shown on either Wednesday at 7.30pm or Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC1, depending on Euro 2008 coverage
11.00 Bradley and Stacey's relationship takes a new turn. Who has Tanya been seeing? Shown 8pm on BBC1

: Family Guy

Series five. The residents of Ouahog become convinced Stewie is possessed by the devil, forcing the Griffins to flee to Texas and move in with Lois's sister.
11.55 The principal of Chris's school attempts to improve test scores by expelling the institution's worst pupils, and Lois is outraged when her son is first to get the chop.

: Snog Marry Avoid?

Makeover show

: Glastonbury: the Best Bits

New. A round-up of the first day of the festival's musical highlights

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