The BBC has unveiled details of its Glastonbury coverage, as the music festival returns after a fallow year.
BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four will broadcast over 30 hours of coverage this year.
BBC One will broadcast from Worthy Farm on Sunday, bringing viewers Kylie Minogue’s performance in the festival’s legends slot.
BBC Two will be broadcasting headline sets from Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure.
BBC Four will provide coverage of highlights, plus live footage from key sets across the weekend, taking viewers to The Other Stage, West Holts, The Park, The John Peel Stage and the Pyramid Stage. Its coverage kicks off on Friday night with a set from Tame Impala and then runs all Saturday and Sunday evening, offering highlights and whole sets from across the festival including performances from The Chemical Brothers, Janelle Monae and Christine & The Queens.
Plus, also on BBC One, there will be a special edition of The One Show from the site on the evening of Friday 28 June.
Glastonbury is commissioned for television by Jan Younghusband, Head of TV Commissioning, BBC Music.
The BBC’s Glastonbury TV coverage is being produced by BBC Studios, the BBC’s commercial production arm, overseen by Mark Cooper, Head of Music Television, and Alison Howe, Executive Producer.
Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 5 live and 6 Music will also be live from Worthy Farm, with broadcasts available on BBC Sounds, bringing listeners a mix of interviews with the stars at Glastonbury this year, live shows, headline sets and backstage moments.
Over 100 performances from across the main stages at Glastonbury will be available on BBC iPlayer.
The BBC’s TV and radio coverage of the festival will be brought to audiences by presentersAnnie Mac, Clara Amfo, DJ Target, Edith Bowman, Gemma Cairney, Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders, James Ballardie, Jo Whiley, Laura Whitmore, Lauren Laverne, Mark Radcliffe, Sir Spyro, Steve Lamacq, Yasser and Zoe Ball and more.
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