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Glastonbury: How to watch Pet Shop Boys at home

If you’re not lucky enough to be in the crowds at Glastonbury tonight, you still have plenty of options to watch Sunday night’s Pet Shop Boys headline live from the comfort of your home.

They are due to appear on the Other Stage at 9:40 p.m. for a 1:35 set that is due to last until 11:15 p.m.

If you want to watch at home, you may have already heard that it will be televised on BBC Four – with coverage starting at 10 p.m. and likely with a short delay for the whole thing to air.

Luckily, if you want to watch the band live, there’s no need to wait, as the BBC will also be streaming the whole thing online on the hour from 9.40pm – so as long as you can access iPlayer, you can watch the entire performance without delay. Don’t worry if you’re late because you’ll be able to rewind the stream to the start of their set.

Click here to watch the live stream of the other scene on BBC iPlayerwhere the Pet Shop Boys set will start at 9.45pm tonight – or just open the BBC iPlayer app on your smart TV or other device where you can access it, where the Pet Shop Boys Other Stage slot is sure to be highlighted and you might not even have to search for it.

There’s a lot more to look forward to before that and if you log in to BBC’s Pyramid Stage live broadcast sooner you could catch Lordeis defined. It’s live from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. but you can rewind the live stream if you came later.

Tonight’s lineup also includes Biceps headlining the West Holts stage and Kendrick Lamar to headline the Pyramid Stage.

They will all be available to watch online, so check out the links below for the BBC’s free live streams of the five biggest stages and the full running order, with set times, for Sunday.

Full list of Sunday live streams

This is not the only step available to watch live online. The BBC is hosting official live teams from Glastonbury’s five biggest stages, plus a special 4K/UHD channel available for the very first time on select devices. Check them out below.

There are also two special channels broadcasting a mix of live coverage, highlights, commentary and pre-recorded sets:

The BBC will broadcast over 35 hours of Glastonbury 2022 on its traditional TV channels, plus over 40 additional hours online. Lorna Clarke, BBC Music Director, said: “Our expert team of presenters will guide audiences around Worthy Farm, while BBC iPlayer – with its dedicated Glastonbury channel – and BBC Sounds will allow people to watch and enjoy. listen on demand, throughout the festival weekend. and beyond.”

“I am very proud of the BBC’s long broadcasting history since Glastonbury, the culmination of our Summer of Live Music. This year our coverage will be the most extensive yet, with over 35 hours of programming on BBC One, Two, Three and Four, and over 40 hours on BBC iPlayer, in addition to live digital streams from the biggest five festival scenes.

“We will also have full coverage on the BBC Pop Radio Networks and BBC Sounds – with over 60 hours of broadcasts from the festival itself. For the first time, we’ll be showing sets from the Pyramid Stage in Ultra High Definition, a fantastic progression in our Glastonbury story, which aims to help audiences access every epic musical moment.

“Our expert team of presenters will guide audiences around Worthy Farm, while BBC iPlayer – with its dedicated Glastonbury channel – and BBC Sounds will allow people to watch and listen on demand, throughout the weekend. end of the festival and beyond. Many thanks to Emily and Michael Eavis for once again allowing us to bring their incredible creation to millions of music lovers across the UK.

Emily Eavis added: “It is a joy to reunite with the BBC and its brilliant team and broadcast live from Glastonbury for the first time since 2019 – continuing a special partnership that has evolved since 1997.

“I can’t wait for Worthy Farm to be filled with thousands of people once again and for millions more across the country to enjoy performances from our stellar lineup, courtesy of the BBC, wherever they may be.”

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