Glastonbury 2014: What to watch on Saturday 28 June

Lana Del Rey, Jake Bugg, Manic Street Preachers and Metallica among our top picks today

Enjoy the best of the Glastonbury festival from the comfort of your own home with our top picks for Saturday 28 June:


Pyramid Stage

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.

Other stage

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, while highlights and all of BBC1, BBC2, BBC3 and BBC4’s coverage will be available for 30 days after broadcast on BBC iPlayer.