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Rolling Stones make Glastonbury history

29 June 2013 Last updated at 22:37 BST

Rock history has been made as the Rolling Stones took to the stage for a two-hour headlining set at Glastonbury - their first appearance at the festival.

Only those at the festival, including Prince Harry, will be able to see the whole set, because the band have only allowed the BBC to show one hour of the performance.

Other acts on Saturday included Billy Bragg, Laura Mvula, Elvis Costello, Public Enemy and Primal Scream.

Lizo Mzimba reports.

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