What's on Red Button 29 June-6 July

Saturday 29 June 2013, 06:00

Chris Bartlett Chris Bartlett Content Producer

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Welcome to a jam-packed week on the BBC Red Button kicking off with our biggest weekend of the summer featuring unrivalled coverage of Wimbledon, Glastonbury and the British Grand Prix.


Wimbledon 2013

Andy Murray Andy Murray, Wimbledon 2013


You can follow all the live matches from the second week at Wimbledon plus highlights from each day's play.

Satellite and cable viewers can select from three additional live courts while viewers on Freeview, BT Vision or YouView can choose between two extra courts alongside the best of the action on BBC One and BBC Two. Just press red on any BBC channel, select Wimbledon 2013 and then choose your court by accessing the menu via the blue button.

The best of the action is available in HD on the Red Button HD channel on these services: Freeview HD 303, Virgin Media 994, YouView 303. Virgin TiVo users can access all 10 live courts in HD via the Connected Red Button along with highlights and interviews.

For a full guide to coverage, see Wimbledon 2013: How to watch on the BBC.


Motorsport

Other sport highlights in the first weekend include the latest Formula 1 coverage from the British Grand Prix at Silverstone including a view of Saturday's qualifying from the pit lane and MotoGP race action from Assen. For information on this week's schedule see the BBC Sport website. Please note times are subject to change.


Glastonbury

Glastonbury Pyramid Stage Pyramid stage crowd, Glastonbury 2013


This year the BBC is devoting more broadcast hours to the legendary music festival than ever before. Watch and listen to a huge range of performances live and re-live your favourite festival moments or ones you've missed from the six stages, which include the Pyramid, Other, John Peel, West Holts, BBC Introducing and for the first time The Park Stage. So if you can't make it to Worthy Farm this year, this is the next best thing.

Virgin TiVo users can access live performances and highlights via the Connected Red Button Glastonbury app. For a full guide to the all the festival coverage, please visit how to watch and listen.

Available on Freesat/Sky/Virgin Media/Freeview:

Sat 29 Jun, 9pm-2am
Sun 30 Jun, 4.30pm-2am

Available on Virgin TiVo:

Sat 29 Jun-Fri 5 Jul


How to Be a Powerful Woman

Watch short films featuring 15 of Woman's Hour's most powerful women in the UK – including artist Tracey Emin, athlete and Life Peer Tanni Grey-Thompson and Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman – who share their experiences, advice and philosophy for a successful working life.

Available on Freesat/Sky/Virgin Media/Freeview:

Tue 2 Jul, 10.40am-11.15am


Rick Stein's India

Rick's culinary odyssey celebrating the tastes and people of India continues from Monday evening with some tasty extra morsels from episode three. The chef travels deeper into the wetland system around India’s longest lake Vembanad. Here aquatic life is key and the surrounding communities make their living from the bounty that thrives under the lake's calm surface. In this Red Button extra Rick visits Vaidhay’s eatery, a small café for workers that is minutes from the lake. Here lunchtimes are sacred and Rick observes the cooks making the café's speciality dish, a mouth-watering clam masala.

Available on Freesat/Sky/Virgin Media/Freeview:

Mon 1 Jul, 9.55pm-10.30pm

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    Comment number 1.

    Perhaps, at events like Glastonbury,you the BBC,should show the real festival & send camera crews around the festival though out the day,to show the people at home,what it is really like. To soak up the atmosphere & see all the other wierd & wonderful people,stalls,statues & music,that is at this amazing event.
    This could be shown though the day on bbc3 & bbc4. instead of just nothing,as both channels aren't active til 7pm.

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    Comment number 2.

    We get a Brit on POLE POSITION for the first time in years in Moto GP (well done Cal Crutchlow) and the BBC are NOT going to show the race.........................................unbelievable, I'm gutted!

    Oh, there's plenty of "ping-pong on grass" and some dope smokers at Glastonbury if that's your bag........so thats okay then?

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    Comment number 3.

    To ipay my licence BBCs Three and Four are off during the day so CBBC and CBeebies are able to air.

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    Comment number 4.

    This is rubbish! I'm a virgin customer and i do not have a HD package, but BBC instead of showing the Confederations Cup Italy v Uraguy on normal channel, or even on Red Button, you put it on Red Button HD which i cant get. But as another user said, i can watch Glastonbury and Tennis. What a joke! Do a job properly!

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    Comment number 5.

    I have Sky and also do not have HD. I was looking forward to watching the game at 5PM only the BBC red button is not showing it. Now I find out its on the BBC HD channel red button. This is very disappointing because there is a great many people who don't have HD.

 

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