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The Gate to Glastonbury, officially opened by Michael Eavis

After a three-year hiatus, the Glastonbury Festival returns this weekend, and the BBC is once again a destination to catch the legendary set, with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the world’s most beloved music festival.

We are very proud of the long history of broadcasting from Worthy Farm. Emily and Michael Evis first welcomed the BBC camera to Worthy Farm in 1997 and have now begun a strong partnership for 25 years.

We share our ambition to provide millions of people at home with a great live music weekend. This is very important after the limited experience of the last two years.







Glastonbury Festival is back after a three-year hiatus
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Bigger and better than ever, BBC Music aims to offer the widest possible range of music, from legends such as Paul McCartney to the artists at the beginning of their journey on the BBC Music introductory stage.

In the 100th year of the BBC, our programming has become the most extensive ever, with over 35 hours on the BBC One, Two, Three, 4 and over 40 hours on the BBC iPlayer (with a dedicated Glastonbury channel). Digital live stream from the 5 largest festival stages.







BBC Pop & Classical Music Director Lorna Clarke has written an editorial about the festival.
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As the weekend progresses, 90 sets will be available on demand-there will be something for everyone. There is also the first one from the BBC this year.

More sets are being broadcast on BBC One in the form of Diana Ross, Olivia Rodrigo and Paul McCartney.

Following in the footsteps of major sporting events, groundbreaking natural history documentaries and prestige dramas, for the first time in a music event, the pyramid stage set will be broadcast in ultra-high definition, providing the ultimate viewing experience for home viewers. ..







This week the festival is back at Worthy Farm
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The celebration has already begun. We launched the BBC Two documentary, Glastonbury: 50 Years and Counting. It represents the evolution of the festival from a humble beginning to a world-famous event.

Next, Stormzy: The Road to the BBC One Pyramid Stage-Looking back on the journey to a breakthrough performance in 2019. Worth a look at BBC iPlayer.

Cover the walls of pop radio networks such as Billy Erish on Radio 1, Paul McCartney and Diana Ross on Radio 2, Kendrick Lamar on 1Xtra, and the BBC Sound. Broadcast from the festival will be over 60 hours. ..







Billie Eilish is one of the performers’ lineup
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Kendrick Lamar will also be on stage at the festival
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A team of presenter experts will guide the audience around Worthy Farm. Lauren Laburn’s 6 Music Breakfast Show took place live from Worthy Farm on Wednesday, covering the opening of the gates to tens of thousands of excited festival attendees and launching the station’s “All Day Glastonbury” celebration. ..

Steve Ramack is preparing for six music shows to secure an interview with a weekend surprise performer. Zoe Ball will be announcing a live Radio 2 breakfast show on Friday morning. I’m sure she will talk about her son Woody. DJ at the festival – it’s a family issue!







Lauren Laburn, Jack Sanders, Joe Wiley and Clara Amfo are included in the lineup
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Our coverage covers everything, whatever your musical tastes. Older viewers who witnessed the hysteria around the Beatles and Diana Ross in the 1960s, or who may have been punk in the 1970s, have not lost their love and excitement for music. I couldn’t wait to hear Beyonce’s new song this week.

Affection for music is not about a person’s age, but about his attitude. Therefore, we aim to feature as much performance as possible from 93 different stages.

In fact, 6 Music Matt Evalit visits each of the 93 stages over the weekend-Lucky Matt! Listeners and viewers can catch up with BBC iPlayer and Sounds anytime, anywhere.







Paul McCartney is another headliner this weekend
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If you want to see both Little Simz on the West Holtz stage and Primal Scream on the John Peel stage at the same time, you can see both at the same time.

To take advantage of both, we recommend watching one set of iPlayer on your TV and another set of iPlayer on your laptop or phone.

It is important for us to reflect the musical range of Glastonbury. From global stars, major British talents defended by BBC (Sam Fender, Charli XCX, etc.), electronic artists (Four Tet, etc.), musicians from around the world (Angelique Kidjo, etc.), bands that have appeared since the pandemic (Wet, etc.) ) Leg) and the person playing the first Glastonbury this year, and other new acts playing on the BBC Music Introducing stage.







Participants are already enjoying the festive event
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As you read this, the production team will complete the broadcast plan, find artists who can be interviewed on TV and radio, where guests on special stages are appearing, where surprise gigs will take place, and don’t miss it. I am doing it.

Some artists are happy to be interviewed before going on stage, while others want to focus on their voice and protect it. Most artists are happy to be interviewed after the performance. It’s usually full of adrenaline and the peace of mind that everything is going well.

Performing at Glastonbury is a dream come true for any artist. That’s why our production team recognizes how important performance is to artists and works closely with them to create shows that they want to serve to millions of people at home.







Diana Ross goes on stage over the weekend
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Olivia Rodrigo is also included in the performer lineup
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All of this would not have been possible without a team of BBC studios led by executive producer Allison Howe, BBC audio, and an independent radio production company.

Everything works vigorously in the field and in the broadcast center, capturing magic and shaping it for TV, radio, sound and iPlayer, giving millions of people a must-see experience.

Ambitious broadcasts of this scale are complex because they broadcast over 100 hours of programming. The days are long and carry all the unpredictability of live events.

And there is the weather. Clara Amfo wants “Kylie’s weather”, remembering her iconic performance on a sunny day in 2019. Lauren Laburn does not check the weather forecast until just before packing the bag. The important thing is to pack it in case of any contingency.







There will be a lot of coverage for home music fans on the BBC platform
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Ultimately, we all know how much our audience loves Glastonbury, and this is what drives us. Hopefully, our program will allow millions of people who have never been to Glastonbury or a music festival to escape at home or on the move for a perfect weekend of live music.

I strongly feel that music has a universal appeal that is timeless. We look forward to getting together this weekend by sharing our love for music.

In fact, this wouldn’t be possible without an artist reservation by Emily and Michael-it would be a dream come true.

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