Glastonbury TV and radio coverage 2015: How to watch your favourite bands from the sofa

Who wants to be on a wet Worthy Farm when you can be warm and dry?

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Have your mates trundled off to Glastonbury armed with crates of beer and flower garlands, leaving you behind on the sofa? If you're suffering from a serious bout of FOMO this weekend, the good news is that highlights from the festival will be airing on TV and radio so you won't be entirely cut off from the Worthy Farm revelries.

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More than 80 hours of coverage will be at your fingertips thanks to the BBC so there's really no excuse not to know everything that went on during some of the biggest sets.

BBC Two will play host to the headliners while BBC Three will be covering all the other acts.

 

Next time the rain starts pouring down on your muddied pals you'll be sitting pretty with the tantalising range of options below to choose from. Of course you can also watch it all live on the BBC website, which is what we're doing right now (loving a bit of Mary J Blige).

Friday 26 June

1pm - Lauren Laverne is live from Worthy Farm on 6Music

7pm - Chris Evans joins Alex Jones for a special The One Show on BBC1 live from Glastonbury ft. special guests

7pm - Coverage of James Bay and Catfish and the Bottlemen's sets on BBC3

7pm - Annie Mac presents Radio1 sets from Redlight, Jackmaster and SPY

7.30pm -  Build up to Florence & the Machine's headline set begins on BBC2

8pm - Coverage of Jungle and The Vaccines and an acoustic performance from Slaves on BBC3

8.30pm - Highlights from Motorhead's set on BBC4

9pm - Stuart Maconie presents music from Florence & The Machine, Hot Chip, Caribou, Jamie XX and Super Furry Animals on 6Music

9pm - Coverage of Florence & the Machine's headline set on BBC4

10pm - BBC2 rounds up the highlights from day one

11pm - BBC2 rounds up more highlights from day one

11pm - Catch Rudimental's headline set on The Other Stage on BBC3

1am - Andy C, Friction and Spor are on the decks live from Shangri La for Radio1

1.50am - Mark Ronson's set will be rocking Glastonbury on BBC3

 

Saturday 27 June

10am - Lauren Laverne is live from Worthy Farm on 6Music

1pm - Alice Levine and Huw Stephens are live with highlights on Radio1

1pm - Liz Kershaw presents listeners' reactions to Glastonbury's highlights so far on 6Music

4pm - Jo Wiley and Dermot O'Leary offer highlights from the main stages on Radio 2

4.30pm - Performances from Gregory Porter and Skepta are among BBC2 coverage

7pm - Coverage of George Ezra and Clean Bandit on BBC3

7pm - Bert Bacharach's set on BBC4 is sure to be a memorable one

7pm - Steve Lamacq presents coverage from day two on 6Music

8pm - Coverage of Years and Years and The Maccabees on the John Peel Stage on BBC3

8pm - Coverage of Paloma Faith's Pyramid Stage set on BBC4

9pm - Radio 1 and 1Xtra team up for live coverage of Kanye West

9pm - Stuart Maconie broadcasts live music from Spiritualized, John Hopkins, La Roux, Suede, Kanye West and Mavis Staples on 6Music

9.30pm - Coverage of Kanye West's headline set and highlights from day two on BBC2

10.40pm - Coverage of Suede on BBC4

11pm - Coverage of Ben Howard and Deadmau5 on BBC3

Sunday 28 June

10am - Cerys Matthews is live from Worthy Farm on 6Music

1pm - Alice Levine and Huw Stephens are live with highlights on Radio1

4pm - Jo Wiley and Dermot O'Leary offer highlights from the main stages on Radio 2

6.15pm - Highlights from day three of the festival on BBC3

8pm - Coverage of alt:J and Charli XCX on BBC3

8pm - Coverage of Paul Weller on BBC4

8pm - Stuart Maconie broadcasts live music from The Who, Paul Weller, Death Cab For Cutie, Belle and Sebastian, FKA Twigs and Jamie T on 6Music

9pm - Coverage of Lianne La Havas and Jamie T on BBC3

10pm - Steve Lamacq presents coverage from day three on 6Music

10.30pm - Coverage of The Chemical Brothers on BBC3

10.40pm - Highlights from the final day including The Who on BBC2

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