Tomorrow's Top 40 from 9.00.
Chris has the perfect show for a late breakfast.
For the next 11 hours,
Radio 1 moves its operation to Worthy Farm, Somerset, to capture the music and excitement of the most charismatic of festivals -
Glastonbury. Last year saw a downpour of biblical proportions, but rain or shine, Radio 1 will cover all the ups and downs, along with as many bands across the various stages as possible. Jo Whiley , Steve Lamacq , John Peel and Mary Anne Hobbs host. ♦ See Music: page 50
♦ Michael Eavis 's Kind of Day: page 146
Radio 1 takes respite from Glastonbury 98 to catch up with Goldfinger, who has cutting-edge reggae tunes.
A return to Worthy Farm to resume coverage of this year's festival, featuring a live
Essential Mix from the dance tent at 2.00, and then at 4.00 Annie Nightingale dons outdoor clothing to bring the late-night ambience of the festival to the airwaves.