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80s Glastonbury20190627 (6M)

Glastonbury in the 80s, including Hugh Masekela, New Order and Pixies.

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90s Glastonbury20190628 (6M)

The evolution of Glastonbury, featuring Suede, Blur, Jeff Buckley, Oasis and Coldplay.

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Coldplay Live At Glastonbury2016062620190622 (R2)

Another chance to hear Coldplay's headlining set from the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury.

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Emily Eavis20130623 (6M)
20190627 (6M)

Emily Eavis discusses the moments and songs that have shaped her life and career with Matt Everitt.

Emily is co-organiser of the Glastonbury Festival and is the youngest daughter of the festival's founder and organiser Michael Eavis.

Emily chats to Matt about her life growing up in the Glastonbury family, the music that inspired her, and shares her memories of the festival through the years.

First broadcast in 2013.

Emily Eavis, the Glastonbury Festival organiser, shares her musical milestones in 2013.

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Florence + The Machine Live At Glastonbury 201520190623

Another chance to hear Florence + the Machine - Live At Glastonbury 2015

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Florence and the Machine - Live At Glastonbury 2015

Coverage of the Glastonbury Festival from Worthy Farm in Somerset

Glastonbury In The 2000s
Glastonbury In The 2000s20190629 (6M)

Glastonbury in the 2000s, including R.E.M., Amy Winehouse, the Who and Gorillaz.

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Glastonbury In The 2010s
Glastonbury In The 2010s20190630 (6M)

Glastonbury in the 2010s: Stevie Wonder, Alabama Shakes, Caribou and John Grant.

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Johnny Cash At Glastonbury20190629 (6M)

Johnny Cash's memorable appearance in the Sunday afternoon legends slot in 1994.

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Live From Glastonbury20190630 (6M)

Mark has live music from the festival, and is joined by The Good, The Bad & The Queen.

Coverage of the Glastonbury Festival from Worthy Farm in Somerset

Mark Radcliffe Live From Glastonbury
Mark Radcliffe Live From Glastonbury20190630 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe has live music from across the weekend's festivities, and is joined by The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Loyle Carner, Hollie Cook, Mavis Staples and Fat White Family.

Broadcasting live from Worthy Farm, he'll be taking a look at the stories of the festival so far, and will also be catching up with Matt Everitt for the latest info on site.

Mark has live music from the festival, and is joined by The Good, The Bad & The Queen.

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The Prodigy20190626 (6M)

As a tribute to Keith Flint, a chance to hear his band the Prodigy's 2009 Glastonbury set.

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When We Played Glastonbury: Elbow, Menswear And The Shirehorses
When We Played Glastonbury: Elbow, Menswear And The Shirehorses20100627 (6M)
20190630 (6M)

Three more 6 Music presenters describe their appearances at Glastonbury.

Guy Garvey introduces Elbow's magnificent set in 2008 while Marc Riley talks about his experiences with the Shirehorses. Matt Everitt remembers playing with Menswear at the festival in 1995 during the Britpop explosion.

First broadcast in 2010.

Guy Garvey, Matt Everitt and Marc Riley talk about playing the festival.

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When We Played Glastonbury: Fun Lovin' Criminals, Catatonia And Don Letts
When We Played Glastonbury: Fun Lovin' Criminals, Catatonia And Don Letts20100626 (6M)
20190629 (6M)

6 Music presenters Huey Morgan, Cerys Matthews and Don Letts describe their experiences of performing at Glastonbury.

Huey introduces highlights of his appearance with the Fun Lovin' Criminals in 1999.

Cerys introduces Catatonia's 1995 performance and describes the joy of hearing the crowd singing their songs back at the band for the first time.

And festival veteran Don Letts, who also has appeared at Glastonbury with his band Big Audio Dynamite, gives a taste of the bass-heavy DJ sets that nice up the festival every year.

First broadcast in 2010.

Huey Morgan, Cerys Matthews and Don Letts talk about performing at Glastonbury.

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When We Played Glastonbury: Pulp, Kenickie And Tom Robinson20100625 (6M)
20190628 (6M)

Jarvis Cocker, Lauren Laverne and Tom Robinson talk about playing the festival.

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