Mark Radcliffe and Lauren Laverne look back over Radiohead's history with the festival before the band take to the world-famous Pyramid Stage to headline for the third time.
BBC Two's coverage of the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts in Pilton continues. Opening up the show, Mark Radcliffe and Lauren Laverne set the scene and look back over Radiohead's history with the festival and then hand to Jo Whiley who is in prime position for when they take to the world-famous Pyramid Stage.
It's been 23 years since the band's debut at the festival and two decades since their epic headline rain-sodden performance back in 1997, and with a second headline slot in 2003 along with a surprise performance in 2010, the band have kept their faces familiar at Worthy Farm. Now, they are back once more to their spiritual home to headline for the third time. Expect a lengthy and legendary performance from Oxfordshire's finest five-piece.
Following Radiohead's performance, Jo and Mark reflect on the band's set and look back at some of the other artists that have played on day one along with an acoustic performance or two.