Enjoy the best of the Glastonbury festival from the comfort of your own home with our top picks for Saturday 28 June:
14:30: Kelis (7pm, BBC3) – R&B singer bring her milkshake to the main state
16:00: Lana Del Rey (8pm, BBC3) – Moody pop from the somber songstress
17:30: Robert Plant (8pm, BBC4) – A solo set from the Led Zeppelin front man
19:30: Jack White (8pm, BBC3) – Hits from his new solo album plus White Striples classics
21:45: Metallica (from 9:30pm, BBC2) – Heavy metal from possibly the most controversial headliners in Glasto history, fronted by James Hetfield.
16:30: Kodaline (7pm, BBC3) – Laid-back rock. If you like Coldplay, you’ll like this.
18:00: Imagine Dragons – Mid-tempo rock band you can sing along to
19:30: Manic Street Preachers (from 9:30pm, BBC2) – Welsh rockers liven up your Saturday-night sunset
21:00: Pixies (from 9:30pm, BBC2) – Nothing cute and impish about this alternative rock four-piece
22:30: Jake Bugg (10:30pm, BBC3) – 20-year-old Dylan-esque singer-songwriter
West Holts Stage
20:30: Goldfrapp – electronic duo, with ethereal vocals from Alison Goldfrapp
22:15: Bryan Ferry (10:45pm, BBC4) – The Roxy Music front man delves into his extensive back catalogue.
The Park Stage
20:00: Anna Calvi – theatrical and brooding melodies
21:30: John Grant (from 9:30pm, BBC2) – thoughtful, witty all-rock
John Peel Stage
21:15: Chromed – Upbeat electro-funk to get you dancing
22:45: MGMT (from 9:30pm, BBC2) – American duo fill the Glastonbury fields with psychedelic rock
Coverage of the six main stages will be streamed live at bbc.co.uk/glastonbury, while highlights and all of BBC1, BBC2, BBC3 and BBC4’s coverage will be available for 30 days after broadcast on BBC iPlayer.