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Exclusive to Radio 1, ten hours of uninterrupted live coverage of one of the UK's premier music events, which turns 25 this year. Hosted by Glastonbury veterans Johnnie Walker and John Peel , including live performances from the Black Crowes. Oasis, Galliano, Dreadzone,

Everything but the Girl, Jeff Buckley and Soul Asylum. Plus Radio 1 gets "Access All Areas" with backstage exclusives featuring Glasters' top names.

Glastonbury - a tale of ordinary, everyday country folk - not!

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Featuring the Cure's bill-topping set live from the main stage, plus highlights of the weekend's coverage.

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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

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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.

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