Catch the best of the action from Glastonbury with our guide to the stand-out acts on each stage throughout the day:


Pyramid Stage

11:30: English National Ballet (12 noon, BBC2) – Take a break from rock for the ballet company’s Glasto debut

14:45: The 1975 (from 5pm, BBC2) – Mellow Indie pop with a screaming teenage fan base

16:20: Dolly Parton (from 5pm, BBC2) – Country music legend bursting with crowd-pleasing hits

18:00: Ed Sheeran (7pm, BBC3) – Fiery-haired soulful singer-songwriter

19:45: The Black Keys (8pm, BBC3) – American blues-rock duo

21:45: Kasabian (from 10pm, BBC2) – Indie-rockers wrap things up for 2014 on the main stage

Other stage

16:00: Sam Smith (7pm, BBC3) – Smooth and soulful vocals from 22-year-old crooner

17:20: The Horrors – Melancholic anthems from a gloomy quintet

18:50: Bombay Bicycle Club (8pm, BBC3) – Cheerful acoustic-leaning indie pop

20:30: Ellie Goulding (9pm, BBC3) – Distinctly raspy vocals and catchy pop tunes

22:00: Massive Attack – Pioneers of trip-hop

West Holts Stage

19:00: The Wailers – Funky reggae from Bob Marley’s former band

22:00: Disclosure (10pm, BBC3) – Pop music with undertones of house and garage

The Park Stage

18:00: Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band – Avant-garde experimental music from 81-year-old Yoko

21:00: James Blake – Electro meets soul and R&B

John Peel Stage

13:50: George Ezra – A mature voice way beyond his 21 years

22:15: London Grammar – Haunting vocals from the London trio, courtesy of singer Hannah Reid


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.