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Podcasts for Glastonbury

Should I pack wellies? Just tell me whether I should pack wellies.

9:31 PM GMT+1 on June 22, 2023

Glastonbury is around the corner, so let’s have a look at podcasts covering the festivals this summer. The unofficial Glastocast features interviews with the people who help put the festival together, with their most recent episode looking at what is going on at the Theatre and Circus area stages.

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Many artists performing at Glastonbury have had interviews with popular podcasts. Lewis Capaldi chatted with Steven Bartlett on The Diary of A CEO and Loyle Carner was a guest on Out to Lunch with Jay Rayner and Cat Burns was on The Polyester Podcast. Meanwhile Becky Hill has her own podcast that I would recommend listening too, called The Art of Rave, exploring electronic music and culture. 

The BBC are going to be all over Glastonbury this year (but you know that already.) As well as comprehensive TV coverage and live streams on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sounds has launched Back to Back Glastonbury, with artist interviews and music mixes on demand.

Even festivals that don’t exist are covered. There’s also The Line-Up with Shaun Keaveny, where guests talk about their fantasy festival.

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