It’s looking like the current European heatwave will put paid to the schadenfreude you may have previously enjoyed during Glastonbury: watching people on TV slog through mud while you smugly sip tea with your dry feet perched on an ottoman.
But even if you are a bit jealous of everyone down at Worthy Farm, there’s still a huge amount of coverage to enjoy at home via the Guardian and the BBC. We’ll be on site, liveblogging from 11am until midnight each day with reviews of all the key acts, plus features on Glastonbury’s food, fashion, politics, raves, sex, hippies and weird secret corners.
The BBC meanwhile is hosting a typically comprehensive range of coverage on radio and TV – in fact, you can listen 24 hours a day via the BBC Radio Glastonbury station on the Sounds app, which features music from artists playing the festival alongside live shows, classic performances and occasional takeovers from the likes of Sigrid….
Straight from The Guardian
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