Zoe Ball reports from backstage at the Big
One, Radio l's free festival in Cardiff. This is a unique event talking place in the biggest tent ever erected in Europe. Ball will be travelling around the site, dropping in on acoustic sets and catching up with some of the celebrity guests. Coverage of the event continues at 7.00.
Further coverage from Europe's biggest tented free festival, in Cooper's Reid, Cardiff, featuring live sets from a line-up including the Manic Street Preachers, Divine
Comedy, Ash, Robbie Williams and the Shirehorses, plus Pete Tong on the decks.
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