Green Man Festival

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20180819 (6M)

Coverage of Green Man from the Brecon Beacons.

20180819 (6M)

Coverage of Green Man from the Brecon Beacons.

With Tom Ravenscroft20180819 (6M)

Tom's live from the Green Man Festival with live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles.

Live coverage from the Brecon Beacons

Tom Ravenscroft broadcasts live from the Green Man Festival in Wales.

He'll have live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles as well as an exclusive mix from local boy High Contrast who helps close the festival this year.

Huw Stephens also joins to talk about his new film Anorac and Graham Dunning explains the concept behind Mechanical Techno which he's taking to Green Man this year.

What started as a tiny event in the Brecon Beacons for 300 folk fans 16 years ago has become one of the country’s biggest music festivals. This year’s lineup includes The War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Cate Le Bon and John Grant.

Tom's live from the Green Man Festival with live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles.

Live coverage from the Brecon Beacons

Tom Ravenscroft broadcasts live from the Green Man Festival in Wales.

He'll have live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles as well as an exclusive mix from local boy High Contrast who helps close the festival this year.

Huw Stephens also joins to talk about his new film Anorac and Graham Dunning explains the concept behind Mechanical Techno which he's taking to Green Man this year.

What started as a tiny event in the Brecon Beacons for 300 folk fans 16 years ago has become one of the country’s biggest music festivals. This year’s lineup includes The War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Cate Le Bon and John Grant.

Tom's live from the Green Man Festival with live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles.

Live coverage from the Brecon Beacons

Tom Ravenscroft broadcasts live from the Green Man Festival in Wales.

He'll have live music from Bo Ningen and Snapped Ankles as well as an exclusive mix from local boy High Contrast who helps close the festival this year.

Huw Stephens also joins to talk about his new film Anorac and Graham Dunning explains the concept behind Mechanical Techno which he's taking to Green Man this year.

What started as a tiny event in the Brecon Beacons for 300 folk fans 16 years ago has become one of the country’s biggest music festivals. This year’s lineup includes The War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Cate Le Bon and John Grant.

What started as a tiny event in the Brecon Beacons for 300 folk fans 16 years ago has become one of the country’s biggest music festivals. This year’s lineup includes The War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Cate Le Bon and John Grant.