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  1. The day we first played “The Ecstasy of Gold” as our new intro in 1983 it was magic! It has become apart of our blood flow, deep breathing, fist bumping, prayers and band huddle pre-show ritual ever since. I have sang that melody thousands of times to warm up my throat before hitting the stage. Thank you Ennio for pumping us up, being a big part of our inspiration, and a bonding between band, crew, and fan. I will forever think of you as part of the Metallica family.

    R. I. P. Maestro Morricone 🙏🏻

    With respect,
    James ‘papa h’



  2. Wow!! At long, long last the day has arrived and our new album ‘The Life Of The Honey Bee and other Moments of Clarity’ is officially released today 6th July!!

    We are so immensely grateful to everyone who has bought a physical or digital copy through our pre-sale up to this point – we literally could not have completed the project without your help; and the response has been nothing less than jaw-dropping and humbling for us.

    The last of the CD pre-orders were sent last week and they should now all be dropping through your letterboxes – we would love to see them! Good news, too, is that the LPs and Books have now also arrived at Ganz HQ. They look excellent! We have far more of these to sign than we imagined and that will likely take a few days but we expect to be shipping them towards the end of this week!

    We would just like to say again that are incredibly proud of our new album [our 1st attempt at a concept album] and cannot thank enough all the people who helped and contributed towards its creation – especially the many talented guest musicians and studio engineers: Emily Smith, Frank Van Essen, Snake Davis, Alex Paclin, Marc Papaghin, Fiona Cuthill, Stevie Lawrence, Signy Jakobsdottir, Simon Vinestock and Jacob Holm-Lupo.

    So – it just remains to say that, of course, as of today the album will be available from all the usual physical and digital outlets. However, as always, the best place to buy a copy if you have not already done so is directly from our own website at https://www.abelganz.com/#shop

    One final request – if you *do* enjoy the new album, please tell someone else about it and help us spread the word!

    Thank you all so much #abelganz



  3. Interesantísimo que alguien pudiese traer a Chilito este DAC

    ¿Existe algún representante oficial?


    Me parece que sería el DAC ideal para escritorio, oficina, etc. Tiene bluetooth, salidas balanceadas para parlantes, etc. No muchos DAC hacen eso 

  4. Glastonbury TV schedule in full:

    Thursday, June 25:

    Glastonbury - 10pm-12.15am - BBC Four
    Julien Temple's documentary about the world-famous music festival, which began in 1970 and continues to attract a diverse and enthusiastic range of revellers.

    The film features performances from artists including Morrissey, David Bowie, Bjork, James Brown, Nick Cave, Joe Strummer, Billy Bragg and Blur, while amateur footage provides an authentic taste of the event.

    Friday, June 26:

    The Glastonbury Experience Live - 8.30pm-10pm - BBC Two
    Presenters Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe introduce the weekend that would have marked 50 years of the Glastonbury Festival with a mix of performances from the archives and live acoustic sets from contemporary artists.

    On the line-up are previously unseen or rarely shown moments.
    These include:
    - highlights from the Rolling Stones' headline set in 2013
    - PJ Harvey's rocking performance in 2004
    - Lizzo in an early acoustic performance in the BBC garden area
    - Florence + the Machine's debut on one of the main stages in 2010
    - Oasis on the NME Stage in 1994
    - Plus Stormzy's headline set from 2019.

    Elbow at Glastonbury 2011 - 9pm-10pm - BBC Four
    Coverage of a performance on the Pyramid Stage in the year of the release of their fifth album Build a Rocket Boys! and still flush with the Mercury Prize-winning success of The Seldom Seen Kid.

    Featuring songs including Open Arms, Grounds for Divorce, Neat Little Rows and One Day Like This.

    Beyonce at Glastonbury 2011 - 10-11.30pm - BBC Two
    Brace yourself for a bootylicious hour and a half!

    Highlights of the Texas-born singer, record producer and actress's headline set on the Pyramid Stage, which brought the 2011 festival to a close.
    Her set spanned both her solo career and her time in Destiny's Child, incorporating snippets of covers from Eurythmics, Kings of Leon and Prince, with hits including Crazy in Love, Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It), If I Were a Boy and Best Thing I Never Had.

    Arthur Lee & Love: Forever Changes at Glastonbury 2003 - 10pm-11pm - BBC Four
    A set from the 2003 Glastonbury festival by Love with the late Arthur Lee, complete with full backing band and string section, featuring tracks from the influential 1967 album Forever Changes, including performances of Alone Again Or, Between Clark and Hilldale, Andmoreagain and You Set the Scene.

    Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics - 11pm-11.30pm - BBC Four
    Three backstage acoustic programmes will air on the BBC over the weekend.

    Die-hard festival fans will seek out these shows, as they will offer a chance to see raw live music, rarely seen before.
    The first of the three compilation shows of acts from the BBC Two presentation tent since coverage began back in 1997 will be a taste of what's to come.
    Big stars, top acts and musicians just breaking through have all been featured over the years, giving audiences the chance to see artists from stages the cameras don't always cover.

    Glastonbury 2019 - 11.30pm-1.40am - BBC Two
    Memorable performances from Worthy Farm in Somerset in the summer of 2019, where artists including Stormzy, George Ezra, Bastille, Sheryl Crow, the Killers, Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, the Proclaimers, Kylie Minogue and Miley Cyrus entertained the enthusiastic crowds across the three days of the festival.

    Jay-Z at Glastonbury - 11.30pm-12.40am - BBC Four
    Another chance to see rapper Jay-Z's legendary performance from the Pyramid Stage. Opening with a tongue-in-cheek performance of Wonderwall - following criticism of his booking by Noel Gallagher - he tore the house down with a set packed full of his best-loved hits, included 99 Problems and Show Me What You Got.

    Saturday, June 27:

    Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics - 7pm-7.30pm - BBC Four
    The second of three compilations of the many impromptu, stripped-down performances that have graced the BBC Two presentation tent since coverage began back in 1997. Pop stars, legendary acts and breakthrough artists have all been featured over the years, giving audiences the chance to see artists from stages the cameras don't always cover.

    Toots and the Maytals at Glastonbury 2010 - 7.30pm-8.30pm - BBC Four
    The ska group's performance on the West Holts Stage, featuring songs such as Pressure Drop, Louie Louie, Monkey Man and 54-46 Was My Number.

    The Glastonbury Experience Live - 8pm-9.30pm - BBC Two
    Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne present highlights from Glastonbury's musical vaults, on what would have been the festival's 50th anniversary.

    Stand out moments include:
    - Bruce Springsteen's 2009 visit
    - The Arctic Monkeys' second time headlining in 2013
    - Dizzee Rascal's Pyramid Stage collaboration with Florence and the Machine in 2010
    - Plus, Janelle Monae ruling the West Holts stage with her catchy hits in 2011
    - And Coldplay's debut on the Other Stage back in 2000.

    Adele at Glastonbury 2016 - 9.30pm-11.05pm - BBC Two
    Adele's headline appearance on the world famous Pyramid Stage in June 2016, her second appearance at the festival following her small-scale debut on the Park Stage in 2007.

    Here, she showcased her superstar status with hits including Hello, Rumour Has It, Skyfall, Rolling in the Deep, Make You Feel and Someone Like You.

    The Chemical Brothers at Glastonbury 2000 - 10.20pm-11.10pm - BBC Four
    The dance duo's Friday night headline performance on the Pyramid Stage at the iconic festival.

    Featuring hits including Hey Boy Hey Girl, Block Rockin' Beats and Setting Sun.

    Coldplay at Glastonbury 2016 - 11.05pm-12.55am - BBC Two
    Coldplay closed Glastonbury 2016 with a bang, bringing their powerful and emotive pop anthems to the Pyramid Stage.

    Playing hits including Fix You, Paradise and Yellow, they were also joined onstage by Barry Gibb for renditions of Bee Gees classics To Love Somebody and Stayin' Alive.

    The band also paid tribute to Viola Beach, a young rock band (discovered via BBC Music Introducing) whose members and manager died in a car accident in Sweden just a few months earlier.

    Look out for a song from festival founder Michael Eavis, too.

    Best of Glastonbury 2000 - 11.10pm-1.10am - BBC Four
    Highlights of the summer festival at the start of a new millennium, which saw thousands of music fans swarm to the legendary site to see acts including David Bowie, Travis, Pet Shop Boys and Nine Inch Nails.

    Sunday, June 28:

    The Glastonbury Experience Live - 8pm-9.30pm - BBC Two
    Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne introduce highlights from classic performances at the Glastonbury Festival, including previously unseen footage.

    The programme includes:
    - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds playing the penultimate slot in 1999
    - Classic headline concerts from REM in 2003
    - And Blur in 2009
    - Lady Gaga's one and only Glastonbury appearance from 2015
    - And Mary J Blige thrilling a rain-soaked crowd in 2015.

    Nile Rodgers and Chic at Glastonbury 2017 - 8pm-9pm - BBC Four
    A chance to see the set from the Pyramid Stage in 2017, as Nile Rodgers & Chic went through a back catalogue that included We Are Family, Le Freak, Good Times and Get Lucky.

    Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics - 9pm-9.30pm - BBC Four
    The third and final compilation of the many impromptu, stripped-down performances that have graced the BBC Two presentation tent since coverage began back in 1997.

    Pop stars, legendary acts and breakthrough artists have all been featured over the years, giving audiences the chance to see artists from stages the cameras don't always cover. Last in the series.

    David Bowie at Glastonbury 2000 - 9.30pm-11.30pm - BBC Two
    Highlights of the singer's headline set on the Pyramid Stage that closed the festival on Sunday 25 June 2000, regarded as one of his greatest live performances since the 1970s.

    Only the first five songs and the encore were broadcast on the original TV coverage, although the entire set was captured on film.
    This re-edited version includes previously unbroadcast performances of hits including Ashes to Ashes, Starman and Let's Dance.

    Amy Winehouse at Glastonbury 2007 - 9.30pm-10.30pm - BBC Four
    A look back to 2007, when Amy Winehouse performed twice in one day at the festival, featuring classic tracks such as Tears Dry On Their Own, Back To Black and Rehab.

    Best of Glastonbury 2011 - 10.30pm-12.35am - BBC Four
    Highlights of the festival held at Worthy Farm in Somerset, which was headlined by U2, Coldplay and Beyonce. Other artists taking to the site's many stages across the weekend included Californian rockers Queens of the Stone Age, former Smiths frontman Morrissey, Mercury Prize-winning group Elbow and legendary guitarist BB King.

    Ed Sheeran at Glastonbury 2017 - 11.30pm-1am - BBC Two
    Another chance to see Ed Sheeran's performance at the Pyramid Stage, which marked the singer's debut as a Glastonbury headliner. The set features hits Shape of You, Castle on the Hill and Thinking Out Loud.

    Glastonbury iPlayer schedule in full:

    The line-up includes special guests, yet to be announced:

    Thursday, June 25:

    10am - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
    11.30am - Laura Marling
    12.30pm - The Charlatans
    1.30pm - Fontaines D.C.
    2.30pm - Idles
    3.30pm - Little Simz
    4.30pm - LCD Soundsystem
    6pm - Primal Scream
    7.30pm - The Cure
    9.30pm - Special Guest (TBC)
    11.30pm - Radiohead

    Friday, June 26:

    10am - Lana del Rey
    11am - Mark Ronson
    12pm - Lewis Capaldi
    1pm - Sigrid
    2pm - The XX
    3pm - Billie Eilish
    4pm - Foals
    5pm - Royal Blood
    6pm - Foo Fighters
    10pm - Beyonce
    11.30pm - Jay-Z
    12.30am - Disclosure

    Saturday, June 27:

    10am - Haim
    11am - Rex Orange County
    12pm - Janelle Monae
    1pm - Kano
    2pm - Dave
    3pm - Bloc Party
    4.30pm - Oasis
    5.30pm - Lorde
    6.30pm - Florence and the Machine
    9.30pm - Adele
    11.30pm - Coldplay

    Sunday, June 28:

    10am - Bon Iver
    11am - Michael Kiwanuka
    12pm - Dizzee Rascal
    1pm - Lady Gaga
    2pm - Kylie
    3.30pm - Special Guest (TBC)
    4.30pm - The Killers
    5.30pm - George Ezra
    9.30pm - David Bowie
    11.30pm - Ed Sheeran

    Monday, June 29:

    10am - Lionel Ritchie
    11.30am - Christine and the Queens
    12.30pm - Mumford & Sons
    1.30pm - Special Guest (TBC)
    3pm - Arctic Monkeys
    4pm - PJ Harvey
    5.30pm - Amy Winehouse
    6.30pm - Stormzy
    8.30pm - Adele
    10pm - Beyonce
    11.30pm - Blur

  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2020/glastonbury

    BBC to mark Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary in June 2020

    Date: 26.05.2020     Last updated: 26.05.2020 at 20.00
    From Thursday 25 to Monday 29 June, when the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival was due to take place, the BBC will be bringing the spirit of Glastonbury to viewers at home with The Glastonbury Experience across BBC television, BBC iPlayer, BBC radio and BBC Sounds
    • BBC Two, BBC Four and BBC iPlayer will show classic Glastonbury performances in full from some of the biggest artists in the history of the festival, including Adele (2016), Beyoncé (2011), David Bowie (2000), which will be the first time that performance has ever been broadcast in full on television, Coldplay (2016) and Jay-Z (2008)
    • BBC iPlayer will become the home for Glastonbury lovers, with a brand new pop-up BBC Glastonbury channel, bringing viewers back-to-back iconic sets and highlights from past festivals. BBC iPlayer will also allow viewers to relive classic moments whenever they want, with over 60 historic sets available to watch on-demand. This, plus all the coverage from across the BBC’s TV channels, live and on-demand, means iPlayer is the place for Glastonbury fans in June
    • BBC radio highlights will include a series of special shows from Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2 from Monday 22 June. Plus, Lauren Laverne will be joined in her BBC Radio 6 Music morning programme (8.30am-midday) by Emily Eavis on Friday 26 June
    • BBC Sounds will be the place for top audio highlights, bringing together the biggest moments from across BBC Radio, over 20 archive performances and All Day Glastonbury curated collections of back-to-back sets, allowing listeners to dive in for hours of great moments from Glastonbury over the years

    Some of the BBC’s best loved presenters including Clara Amfo, Edith Bowman, Jo Whiley, Lauren Laverne and Mark Radcliffe will host four days of programming on BBC Television and BBC iPlayer, dedicated to Glastonbury, and revisiting some of the festival’s most iconic and memorable moments and performances from over the years.

    Lorna Clarke, Controller, BBC Pop, says: “Glastonbury Festival has for decades been a huge moment in the BBC’s music calendar, thanks to Michael and Emily’s magical creation. Even though Worthy Farm can’t be full of thousands of music lovers this year, the BBC will celebrate with four days of memories and archive footage across TV, BBC iPlayer, radio and BBC Sounds, to give our audience a taste of the festival in their own homes.”

    Emily Eavis says: “There are so many memorable sets being played across the BBC over what would have been our 50th anniversary weekend. Personally, I’m looking forward to a weekend of reflecting on the history of our festival and going back to some classic performances from David Bowie, Adele, REM, Beyoncé, The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, Billie Eilish and lots more. Me and my dad will definitely be watching!”

    This year was due to be the 50th anniversary of the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts. The festival, organised by Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily Eavis takes place at Worthy Farm in Somerset. It began in 1970 when, the day after the death of Jimi Hendrix, Eavis opened his farm for the first time to over a thousand punters. Glastonbury is now the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world - with a site that is over a mile and a half in diameter. Each year, it hosts hundreds of thousands of festival-goers, who flock to see performances from the most famous names in music and immerse themselves in the vast range of performance that the festival has to offer.


    On BBC television and BBC iPlayer


    The Glastonbury Experience will be led on BBC Television by three 90 minute live programmes in prime time on BBC Two - one for each night of the main Glastonbury weekend, Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June. The programmes will celebrate some of the festival’s greatest performances since BBC coverage began in the 90s, with unique acoustic performances alongside rarely seen and triumphant archive moments. Artists featured will include Amy Winehouse (2007), Arctic Monkeys (2013), Baaba Maal (2005), Blur (2009), Dizzee Rascal (2010), Lady Gaga (2009), PJ Harvey (2004), Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (1998) R.E.M. (2003), The Rolling Stones (2013) and Toots and the Maytals (2011).

    Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe will present Friday’s programme and Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne will present on Saturday and Sunday.

    BBC Two and BBC Four will broadcast a series of previous sets in full across the weekend, including from Adele (2016), Beyoncé, (2011), David Bowie (2000), which will be the first time that performance has ever been broadcast in full on television, Coldplay (2016) and Jay-Z (2008). BBC Four will also broadcast three additional programmes, featuring footage from some of the best acoustic performances that have been filmed in the BBC compound throughout the history of the BBC’s coverage of the festival including from Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, Kano, Leon Bridges, Patti Smith, Richie Havens and Youssou N’Dour.

    BBC Two will also dedicate a special programme, introduced by Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe, to Glastonbury’s famous Sunday afternoon ‘Legends’ slot - which is played by a different established, respected and much-loved artist each year of the festival and takes place on the Pyramid Stage. The programme, broadcast early evening of Sunday 28 June will feature lots of gems from many of the legendary artists to have played in that much loved slot at the festival.

    On BBC One, The One Show will celebrate Glastonbury in the lead up to the weekend.

    On Thursday 25 June on BBC Four, Edith Bowman will introduce a broadcast of Julien Temple’s acclaimed film Glastonbury, which celebrates and documents the history of this famous festival. Concert footage, interviews, archive and home video collected from attendees themselves combine in this film to capture the essence of Glastonbury. Musicians featured in the film include The Velvet Underground, Radiohead, Björk, Primal Scream, Pulp and, for the time on this new cut, Dizzee Rascal, Patti Smith and Amy Winehouse amongst many others.

    Blue Peter joins The Glastonbury Experience with presenters Lindsey, Richie, Mwasky and children from across the UK performing, dancing, or creating their very own music festivals at home to inspire them to earn their Blue Peter Music badge, designed by Ed Sheeran. Blue Peter is on CBBC on Thursday 25 June at 5.30pm, and CBeebies on Friday 26 June at 5pm.

    All programmes will be available to watch live and on-demand on BBC iPlayer.

    The Glastonbury Experience on BBC television is commissioned by Jan Younghusband, Head of Music Commissioning, BBC Television, Charlotte Moore, BBC Director of Content, Cassian Harrison, Channel Editor, BBC Four, and Patrick Holland, Controller, BBC Two. It is a BBC Studios production, Executive Producers are Alison Howe and Mark Cooper.

    The full Glastonbury experience on BBC iPlayer


    BBC iPlayer is the home for Glastonbury fans this year, with the launch of the first pop-up Glastonbury channel on BBC iPlayer.

    From 10am on Thursday 25 June until late Monday 29 June, fans will be able to relive highlights including Ed Sheeran’s headline performance from 2017, Christine & The Queens knockout debut in 2016, Florence + The Machine conquering all in 2015 and LCD Soundsystem’s epic Other Stage set from 2016 as well as a host of hidden gems from the BBC’s TV coverage and acoustic sessions.

    BBC iPlayer will also allow all viewers to relive classic moments whenever they want, with over 60 historic sets available to watch on-demand such as George Ezra (2019), The Killers (2004), Lewis Capaldi (2019), Radiohead (1997), Foals (2019), The XX (2017), Lana Del Rey (2014), Primal Scream (2011), Christine & The Queens (2016), The Chemical Brothers (2019) and Billie Eilish (2019).

    This, plus all the coverage from across the BBC’s TV channels, live and on-demand, means iPlayer is the place for Glastonbury fans in June.

    On BBC radio and BBC Sounds


    On BBC Radio 2, long-time Glastonbury-goer and presenter Jo Whiley will build up excitement ahead of the Glastonbury Experience every evening from Monday 22 to Thursday 25 June (8-11pm).

    This special series of programmes will be packed full of Jo’s memories of Worthy Farm, as well of those of her fellow Radio 2 presenters and listeners.

    Zoe Ball will be bringing some Glastonbury magic to listeners in her Breakfast Show on Radio 2 on Friday 26th June (6.30-9.30am)

    Jo will return to the airwaves on Saturday 27 June (4-6pm) with a selection of archive tracks recorded at previous Glastonbury festivals, plus interviews with special guests.

    On Sunday afternoon, Sounds Of The 70s With Johnnie Walker will reflect on the Glastonbury performances from that decade, before Jo returns from 5pm-7pm to pay homage to those who have graced the Pyramid Stage to play the iconic Sunday afternoon ‘Legends’ slot. Jo will speak to previous Legends about their memories of performing in that slot.

    On Monday 29 June, Jo will reflect on this unique Glastonbury Experience in her evening show (8-11pm).

    On BBC Radio 6 Music, daytime presenters Chris Hawkins, Lauren Laverne, Mary Anne Hobbs and Steve Lamacq will take part in a Glastonbury Throwback Thursday on 25 June - a trip down memory lane in celebration of the festival’s greatest moments from the last 50 years. Each show will feature archive tracks as well as listener requests - helping the audience re-live their favourite memories of Worthy Farm. 6 Music will also be playing archive tracks recorded at Glastonbury across the schedule and throughout the week beginning Monday 22 June.

    Lauren Laverne will continue the festivities the following day in her morning programme on Friday 26 June (8.30am-midday) as she is joined by Emily Eavis. Plus Lauren’s People’s Playlist, in which Lauren picks the theme and the listeners pick the songs, will be dedicated to Glastonbury.

    On Sunday 28 June, BBC Radio 6 Music will shine a light on the emerging artists who would have played at Glastonbury in 2020 in a special episode of The BBC Music Introducing Mixtape presented by Tom Robinson (2-3pm).

    BBC Radio 1 will broadcast special daytime shows on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June (11am-3pm) which will showcase live performance from previous Glastonburys, in addition to a dedicated Glastonbury Essential Mix on Saturday 27 June (1-3am).

    BBC Radio 1Xtra will look back at some of Glastonbury’s most iconic moments, from Jay-Z and Stormzy’s historic sets on the Pyramid Stage to Alex’s duet with Dave on The Other Stage in 2019.

    On BBC Asian Network, all week starting Monday 22 June, Bobby Friction will re-live moments and performances from prolific British Asian artists including Asian Dub Foundation and Nitin Sawhney as well as more recent appearances including M.I.A and Joy Crookes. Then, on Thursday 25 June, Bobby will dedicate his entire four-hour show to Glastonbury, with guest DJ sets as well his own Glastonbury Experience mix, spanning the last three decades.

    BBC Radio Somerset is broadcasting three special shows on the Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June (6-10pm), highlighting the impact the festival has had on the county over its 50 year history. Presenter Andy Bennett will be broadcasting across eight radio stations (including Bristol, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Devon, Cornwall, Jersey and Guernsey) from some surprising locations in Somerset related to the event. He’ll be talking to the bands and artists who would have played at Glastonbury this year, as well as regular festival goers, the villagers of Pilton, and many of the people at Worthy Farm who put on this spectacular show year after year.

    All programmes will be available to listen live and on-demand on BBC Sounds.

    BBC Sounds is also the place to easily enjoy top audio highlights as it will also bring together the biggest moments from BBC Radio’s coverage from across the week, plus, there will be over 20 archive performances for listeners to enjoy. Look out for All Day Glastonbury offers - curated collections of back to back sets - diving listeners straight into the biggest headliner, chill and dance moments from Glastonbury over the years. Plus, there will be a few surprise mixes from DJs who would have performed at Glastonbury 2020 too, which will be announced in the coming weeks.

    BBC Music Introducing


    The BBC Music Introducing Stage has been a Glastonbury staple since 2007 and over the years has played host to artists including Catfish and the Bottlemen (2016), Celeste (2019), Ed Sheeran (2011), George Ezra (2013), Mahalia (2019) and NAO (2015) to name a few. For 2020, a specially commissioned film, The Best of BBC Music Introducing at Glastonbury, voiced by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Introducing’s Jaguar will be available on the BBC iPlayer from Monday 22 June. The programme will explore and remember some of the major names that have played the BBC Music Introducing Stage early on in their careers.

    Get involved


    Whether it’s setting up tents at home, or making festival flags, food or wristbands, the BBC is inviting audiences to share the unique ways in which they are bringing Glastonbury to life from the 25-28 June on social media, using the hashtag #Glastonbury2020. The BBC will share a selection of these moments on its own social channels, which will coming together to invite audiences to the ultimate Glastonbury at home experience.

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