Glastonbury - Season 1

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Friday 12:00 AM on BBC Premiered Jan 01, 1971 In Season

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  • Glastonbury 2009
    Glastonbury 2009
    Episode 39
    6/24/09
    0.0
    This years Glastonbury line up was Blur, The Prodigy, Bloc Party, Bruce Springsteen and Franz Ferdinand.
  • Glastonbury 2008 (Saturday)
    6/28/08
    0.0
    Glastonbury continues with performances from Jay-Z, Amy Winehouse, Manu Chao, The Raconteurs, James Blunt, Massive Attack, Hot Chip, Elbow, Duffy and The Futureheads.
  • Glastonbury 2008 (Friday)
    6/27/08
    6.6
    The first day of the 2008 festival gets underway. Artists playing includes Kings Of Leon, The Fratellis, Editors, Gossip, The Feeling, KT Tunstall, Kate Nash, Panic At The Disco The Enemy, We Are Scientists, The Hoosiers, The Kills, The Ting Tings, The Young Knives,The Cribs and Estelle.
  • Glastonbury 2007
    Glastonbury 2007
    Episode 36
    6/22/07
    0.0
    'The greatest Glastonbury yet!'. Featuring The Arctic Monkeys, The Who, Lily Allen, Van Morrison, Iggy and the Stoohes and many more.
  • Glastonbury 2005
    Glastonbury 2005
    Episode 34
    1/1/05
    0.0
    Featuring Bodger and Badger.
  • Glastonbury 2004
    Glastonbury 2004
    Episode 33
    1/1/04
    0.0
    Featuring Bodger and Badger on the Kidz Field, Oasis on the Pyramid Stage and Sir Paul McCartney.
  • Glastonbury 2003
    Glastonbury 2003
    Episode 32
    1/1/03
    0.0
    Featuring Bodger and Badger and many more.
  • Glastonbury 2002
    Glastonbury 2002
    Episode 31
    9/16/02
    0.0
    Featuring Andy Cunningham and his puppet Badger and many more stars.
  • Glastonbury 2000
    Glastonbury 2000
    Episode 30
    1/1/00
    0.0
    Featuring David Bowie, Les Bubb and many more.
  • Glastonbury 1999
    Glastonbury 1999
    Episode 29
    1/1/99
    0.0
    Featuring Andy Cunningham and his puppet Badger,Billy Bragg and Fatboy Slim.
  • Glastonbury 1998
    Glastonbury 1998
    Episode 28
    1/1/98
    0.0
    Featuring Andy Cunningham and his puppet Badger and many more.
  • Glastonbury 1997, Day Two
    1/1/97
    0.0
    Featuring Radiohead, Ocean Colour Scene, Dodgy, Ray Davies and Cast.
  • Glastonbury 1997
    Glastonbury 1997
    Episode 27
    1/1/97
    0.0
    Featuring The Prodigy, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Ash, Ray Davies and Van Morrison.
  • Glastonbury: The Movie
    6/12/96
    0.0

    Glastonbury the Movie is the second film made of the Glastonbury Festival after 1971's Glastonbury Fayre. Like the earlier film, it mixes footage of bands playing (though no footage of any acts playing the festivals Pyramid Stage are shown) and scenes of festival goers. However unlike the earlier film there is an attempt to string a narrative together featuring several various groups of people or individuals.

    The film was shot at the 1993, festival. The film is structured into telling the story of the festival day by day from the Friday through Saturday and finishing on the Sunday.

    The film was released in 1996.

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  • Glastonbury 1995
    Glastonbury 1995
    Episode 25
    6/23/95
    0.0
    Summary being compiled.
  • Glastonbury 1989
    Glastonbury 1989
    Episode 11
    1/1/89
    0.0
    Featuring Van Morrison, Elvis Costello and many many more.
  • Glastonbury 1987
    Glastonbury 1987
    Episode 10
    1/1/87
    0.0
    Featuring Elvis Costello, Robert Cray and Van Morrison.
  • Glastonbury 1986
    Glastonbury 1986
    Episode 9
    1/1/86
    0.0
    Featuring The Pogues, Madness, The Cure and The Waterboys.
  • Glastonbury 1985
    Glastonbury 1985
    Episode 8
    1/1/85
    0.0
    Featuring The Boomtown Rats, Joe Cocker, Gil Scott Heron, Style Council and Echo & The Bunnymen.
  • Glastonbury 1984
    Glastonbury 1984
    Episode 7
    1/1/84
    0.0
    Featuring Elvis Costello, The Smiths, The Waterboys and Joan Baez.
  • Glastonbury 1983
    Glastonbury 1983
    Episode 6
    1/1/83
    0.0
    Featuring The Beat, Marillon, UB40 and Curtis Mayfield.
  • Glastonbury 1982
    Glastonbury 1982
    Episode 5
    1/1/82
    0.0
    Featuring Aswad, Jackson Browne, Roy Harper, Van Morrison and Judy Tzuke.
  • Glastonbury 1981
    Glastonbury 1981
    Episode 4
    1/1/81
    0.0
    In 1981 the festival was organised with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). That year a new Pyramid Stage was constructed from telegraph poles and metal sheeting (appropriately, repurposed from materials of the Ministry of Defence), a permanent structure which doubled as a hay-barn and cow-shed during the winter.
  • Glastonbury 1979
    Glastonbury 1979
    Episode 3
    1/1/79
    0.0
    Featuring Alex Harvey Band, Peter Gabriel and Steve Hillage.
  • Glastonbury 1978
    Glastonbury 1978
    Episode 2
    1/1/78
    0.0
    Glastonbury 1978 was a spin off from Glastonbury Fayre AKA Glastonbury 1971.
  • Glastonbury Fayre (Glastonbury 1971)
    The first festival, a small scale event of 1,500 people called the Pilton Festival, was created by Michael Eavis in 1970. The first artist to perform was the group Stackridge. This was followed by the larger scale Glastonbury Fayre of 1971, now also with the help of co-organisers Andrew Kerr and Arabella Churchill. The 1971 festival featured the first incarnation of the "Pyramid Stage" conceived by Bill Harkin, built from scaffolding and metal sheeting. It was paid for by its supporters and advocates of its ideal, and took a medieval tradition of music, dance, poetry, theatre, lights and spontaneous entertainment. The 1971 festival was filmed by Nicolas Roeg and David Puttnam and was released as a film simply called Glastonbury Fayre.moreless
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