Mark Sutherland looks at the history of the festival, starting with the hippy element.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Rock, metal, thrash, new music. Loud.
BBC Radio 1
Great music and top chat after midnight.
BBC Radio 2
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Jonathan Swain presents a programme of chamber music from the Maribor Festival in Slovenia
BBC Radio 3
Charlie has some fire from DVS.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
The Dark Lord continues his A to Z of Alex Lester and reveals the letters F to J.
The Wedding Present in Reading from 1997, plus Lash Lariat and The Long Riders and Felt.
Another chance to hear the previous week's Charlie Sloth show. (R)
1/2 The Rolling Stones' frontman hand-picks a selection of favourite and influential artists.
The best new and UK music. Yes, we know it's early - but at least Dev's on the radio!
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Skool Roolz OK? Vanessa asks about the school lessons you found most useful AND useless.
Cyfarchion, hysbys a cherddoriaeth hamddenol yng nghwmni difyr Hywel Gwynfryn. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Seth Rogen joins Twin live in the studio, plus #SnapTheApp.
Tommy celebrates the forthcoming Indian Summer festival and has a go at roti rolling!
BBC Asian Network
Join Alice Godden for early breakfast as she eases you into a new day.
BBC Radio Jersey
Seth Rogen is Grimmy's special guest.
Chris chats to 9 year old sprinting champ Thomas Oubridge and we mull over mood boards.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Shaun presides over the Small Claims Court.
Ymunwch yn yr hwyl bob bore gyda Dafydd Meredydd a Caryl Parry Jones.
With Rob Cowan. Including 20 Great British Works: Purcell: Dido and Aeneas.
Thin Lizzy and Black Star Riders guitarist Scott Gorham picks his Tracks of My Years.
Trevor plays True Lies with Gappy Ranks
Boy George joins Lauren to talk about his next solo album.
Sara Cox returns and is eager to find out what life lessons have been learnt this week
Tha i beachdail, tha i beòthail agus tha i feitheamh ribh le taghadh ciùil.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
3/3 Frances Fyfield and friends explore the score of Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess.
BBC Radio 4
2/5 Donald Macleod explores the effect of Lloyd's traumatic wartime experience.
A travelling family has set up home on a Gloucestershire roundabout.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Your afternoon fix of big music, plus the latest scoops and entertainment headlines.
Comedian Rory McGrath talks to Mark about his return to the Edinburgh festival.
Scott Mills is off, so Huw is in charge of your afternoon!
1/4 Chamber music by Beethoven, Brahms, Gliere and Rachmaninov from the 2013 Hay Festival.
Louise on mastering a new skill and the sixtieth anniversary of the Laura Ashley empire.
BBC Radio Wales
Suzi Mann sits in for Noreen Khan with some great classics in the Old Skool Hour.
Hugo Duncan is live at Omagh Library as part of the BBC Experience.
BBC Radio Ulster
Patrick chats to former tennis ace Tracy Austin and Comedy Award winner Lucy Beaumont.
2/4 Louise Fryer presents Balfour Gardiner's A Berkshire Idyll and Brian's Symphony No 5.
Join Danny Kelly live from the market in Lower Gun Gates, Tamworth
BBC WM 95.6
Ceòl Gaidhealach 's Ceilteach agus fiosrachadh air dè a tha dol agaibhse gach feasgar.
The singer chats to Claire about her career and her plans for the future.
Afternoon entertainment show with celebrities, competitions and the best music.
10/10 Gary Kemp and Tony Hadley answer audience questions about Spandau Ballet's hit album True.
Ace is in control as Charlie's off, catching up with Smiler.
Tuesday sees Lammo kick off the Rebel Playlist, plus Robin Ince joins him.
Help another listener out of their dilemma in Ask the Nation.
Dòl Eoin a' coimhead air mar a dh' atharraich roc gu ceòl punk.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With live music from trumpeter Matthew Halsall and Focus Opera
Simon Mayo is joined by The Proclaimers, who will be playing live in the studio.
Bobby Friction talks to Begum Nawazish Ali from Pakistan about the latest in Lollywood.
Ace is in control as Charlie Sloth is off!
Another 10 Minute Take Over and more musical goodness.
A relaxing mix of specially selected tracks to help you unwind into the evening.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Murray Norton brings you the music that provides the soundtrack to your life.
Bryan Burnett with two hours of poetic pop songs.
BBC Radio Scotland
Dei Tomos yn sgwrsio â hwn a'r llall ar draws Cymru ac yn cyflwyno ychydig o gerddoriaeth.
Cyril Hahn is Inbox Fresh tonight with his new track Perfect Form.
Marc has a session from Outfit, who have kindly made the trip down the M62 from Liverpool.
Zane has brand new Bloc Party on the show.
Meshell Ndegeocello is in session at BBC Maida Vale.
Live music sessions and behind-the-scenes gossip reflecting the rich Welsh cultural scene.
Ifan Evans ar C2 nos Fawrth - cerddoriaeth, chwaraeon ac apps yr wythnos.
Calum anns a' chathair an t-seachdain sa le taghadh den cheòl as ùire. bbc.co.uk/rapal.
Jo looks ahead to Glastonbury 2013 with music from festivals gone by.
Marking Britten's centenary, Edward Gardner conducts the CBSO in his War Requiem.
Ralph McLean features the best in RnB, soul and gospel, blues and funk.
BBC Radio Foyle
A singing special with BBC SSO Come and Sing highlights and guest Wilma MacDougall.
Gideon plays Ian Dury in concert, plus Curve, Galaxie 500, Cat Power and others.
Anushka Arora sits in for Ray and celebrates Karishma Kapoor's birthday.
London Grammar and 7BitArcade join Edith to review the biggest tracks of the week.
Nigel Ogden presents some entertaining recordings from the organ world.
Brotherhood and Row D drop freestyles. This programme may contain strong language.
Jenny Tomlin and Paul Robinson and live music from Amber States.
BBC London 94.9
Alice is off, but Crystal Fighters join Phil for a Live Lounge Late!
Sir Michael Parkinson presents the final part in this series of My Favourite Things.
Late night conversation and a sprinkling of music.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Join Chris Needs in his Friendly Garden for music, laughter, chat and late-night teasers.
Dwy awr o gerddoriaeth a sgwrs hwyliog yng nghwmni Geraint Lloyd.
Iain Anderson with country, folk, blues, soul and rock 'n' roll.
Wind down with old tunes, new tunes, heartsongs and headsongs.
Dòl Eoin a' coimhead air mar a dh' atharraich roc gu ceòl punk. (R)
Mark Radcliffe goes in search of cult classics and, possibly, your favourite new record.
Fiona Talkington presents new music from Terje Rypdal and Dan Nicholls.
Mark Sutherland looks at the rise of indie bands at Glastonbury.
Swansea skate-punksters Arteries are in session for Mike.
Author Nige Tassell chats about his book, Mr Gig, and performs the Spoken Word Session.
Jonathan Swain presents a song recital by soprano Dorothee Mields.
Juggy D & Middleman take on the Badman Challenge, plus Dream Warriors are in session.
The Dark Lord continues his A to Z of Alex Lester and reveals the letters K to O.
Sonic Youth live at London's Festival Hall in 1998, plus Rudi and Arctic Monkeys.
Another chance to hear the previous week's Nihal show. (R)
2/2 The Rolling Stones' frontman hand-picks a selection of favourite and influential artists.
Wednesday 26 June 2013