Flying high above Glastonbury in a Tiger Moth the true scale of the festival is revealed. It is very much a microcosm of Britain, reflecting a country which functions on the edge of chaos and works mostly because of mutual patience, good humour and tolerance.

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Story: Glastonbury from Above

Duration: 3:38

Flying high above Glastonbury in a Tiger Moth the true scale of the festival is revealed. It is very much like a miniature Britain, a country which functions on the edge of chaos and works mostly because of mutual patience, good humour and tolerance.

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