BBC To Cut Down Its Coverage Of Glastonbury, The Corporation Confirms | TV News
The BBC has indicated that it intends to cut down the number of hours it will devote to broadcasting the music festival of Glastonbury on its main channels.
It revealed on Monday that it would broadcast at least 25 hours of the festival across BBC 2, BBC 4, and on BBC 1. This is a reduction of five hours based on previous years when circa 30 hours of music from the festival was shown across the Corporations four main TV Channels.
Coverage would include live streams from the six key music stages with a presenting line up that included Jo Whiley to Top Gear presenter and Radio 2 host Chris Evans.
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