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: Glastonbury

New. Featuring Welsh singer Duffy making her debut at the festival on the Other Stage and presenters Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman chatting to more guests. See page 64.
Digital viewers can choose from two additional bands (one on Freeview) 7.00-9.00pm and five bands 9.00pm-2.00am (two on Freeview) Pitch perfect: page 44
What Shakin' Stevens is watching: p


Presenters: Zane Lowe
Presenters: Edith Bowman

: Doctor Who Confidential

New. 12/13; series four. As the Time Lord's oldest adversaries return, the show speaks to original designer Ray Cusick about the Daleks. DOCTOR WHO ADVENTURES MAGAZINE: on sale Thursdays, price E2.10
Red alert: p14; Moment of the Week: p63 www.radiotimes.com/doctor-who-weekly


Designer: Ray Cusick

: Glastonbury

New. Festival favourites Elbow and Hot Chip perform on the Other Stage. Plus, Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman look forward to Jay Z 's headline set. Amy Winehouse 's performance follows on BBC2, while Buddy Guy , Ethiopigues and Joan Armatrading feature from
10.30pm on BBC4.


Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Jay Z
Unknown: Amy Winehouse
Unknown: Buddy Guy
Unknown: Joan Armatrading

: Little Britain

Series one. Pilot. Kenny Craig mesmerises his date.
10.00 David Soul guest-stars as Dafydd goes in search of the only copy of Gay Times in the village.


Unknown: Kenny Craig
Unknown: David Soul

: Glastonbury

New. Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman introduce coverage of Jay-Z's much anticipated headlining performance from the Pyramid Stage. Glastonbury: the Best Bits follows at 12.30am, while Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt album is appraised on Friday at 11.35pm on BBC2


Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Edith Bowman

: Glastonbury

: the Best Bits New.
Highlights of the second day's events

: Glamour Girls

: Doctor Who Confidential

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