The BBC is to show 25 hours of TV coverage from this year’s Glastonbury music festival across BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four. 60 hours of coverage will be broadcast on the BBC’s national radio networks.
The One Show kicks off the BBC TV coverage of the festival with a 30-minute show fronted by Alex Jones and Greg James. They’ll be joined by a number of special guests on the famous sofa.
BBC Two will once again be the home of the Pyramid Stage headliners across the weekend of 24-26th June, with Muse, Adele and Coldplay’s sets being broadcast in their entirety along with that of the Sunday teatime legend, Jeff Lynne’s ELO. The channel will also show highlights from the artists playing on a variety of stages on Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and late night on Saturday and Sunday.