It’s here! The Olympics were outstanding but we missed you Glasto and we are thrilled to have you back again this year. The weather prediction is for at least some rain, so if you didn’t manage to get your hands on one of the most-coveted tickets of the summer, don’t despair. You can watch all of the action from your living without any of the camping, moshing and mud (unless of course you camp, mosh and get muddy in your living room – we’ll support that too.) Whack on your favourite wellies and tune in to some of the best music acts on the planet. We want you to be able to relax and enjoy the fun so we’ve done all of the hard work for you. Here are your ways to watch this weekend: What’s on – TV Guide In celebration of one of the hottest-ticketed events of the summer, we have created a special Glastonbury Guide page on our TV Guide so you know what’s on which channel, when. How good is that? On TV Once again, the BBC are hosts to all the action this weekend and this is being billed as ‘the most digital Glastonbury yet. There’ll be something to watch on all of the channels in their portfolio: • BBC One will be live with The One Show on Friday night plus a Glastonbury edition of Songs of Praise on Sunday • Lauren Laverne, Mark Radcliffe and Jo Whiley are on BBC Two from 22:00 on Friday, 16:00 on Saturday and 17:00 on Sunday, bringing the very best performances direct to you • BBC Three sees Greg James, Gemma Cairney and Jen Long give their highlights from the Pilton party. Starting on Friday from 1900 with highlights from Jake Bugg, Solange Knowles and Rita Ora, BBC Three returns at the same time on Saturday with sets from Two Door Cinema Club, Bastille and Other Stage headliners Chase & Status. Ending the festival from 20:00 on Sunday are Vampire Weekend, Jessie Ware and more spectacular headline sets from The xx & Phoenix • BBC Four brings a new angle to the event through archive, documentaries and exclusive performances from Seasick Steve, Public Enemy and Bobby Womack. Red Button Watch Red Button (channels 301 and 302) for performances from the Pyramid, Other, John Peel, West Holts and Park Stages across the weekend: • On air Friday and Saturday from 2100-0200 • On Sunday from 1630 There are other ways to catch the best of Glastonbury this weekend, check out the BBC’s Glastonbury page for full details.