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The Kickabout with Johnny Vaughan 11am - 1pm
Happy birthday Michael Eavis! And here's why we're celebrating the man behind the biggest festival in the world...
Seeing it all laid out before you... kind of makes you feel humble. And a little bit nauseous. This is how the 2017 festival is looking right now! Photo: PA
Seeing it all laid out before you... kind of makes you feel humble. And a little bit nauseous.
You'll get there in the end. You and your beer.
Because when you've gotta go, you've gotta go... despite the horrors you may encounter.
And hanging about with your best friends in the world (who you've just met)
Rain? Pah! You'll have to do better than that, elements. Despite it being wet and freezing, we're still going to have a whippy.
Waving triumphantly as the headliner plays, much to the displeasure of the 150,000 people behind you.
Because it wouldn't be the same without it. Although it may be conscpicuous by its absence in 2017.
He calls Arcadia his home and is always delighted to meet new people.
Because it can be utterly gorgeous sometimes.
They're lovely people, honestly.
One of these is yours. Probably.
Ballet, spoken word, dance, theatre, debate. All of human life is at Glastonbury.
Just checkin' out some bands.
Watching the world go by...
Standing in the shadow of the legendary structure. By being at Glastonbury, you're now part of rock history.
Did you see it, or did you imagine it?
Like this happy chap, it's important to have a good time, all the time.
Because satire isn't satire unless it's silly. Photo: Getty
Where else can you see a decaying New York tenement in the middle of an English field? Photo: Getty
You never know if His Holiness Dalai Lama might rock up for an acoustic set. Photo: Getty