Glastonbury 2022 TV Guide: How to Watch Cat Elish and Sam Fender and Full Schedule

While thousands of festival-goers will flock to Somerset to see their favorite artists live, thousands more will avoid the crowds and camping and contact the BBC to see the highlights of the festival.

If you’re in the latter group, search below for the full Glastonbury 2022 TV schedule.

Glastonbury Friday TV schedule

9 to 10 p.m.

BBC Two will air on Glastonbury on Friday, June 24 at 9pm.

Jo whiley, Lauren Laverne, and Clara Amfo will introduce headliners, including Wet Leg, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Wolf Alice and TLC.

9.30pm to 10.30pm

The BBC will broadcast highlights of Arlo Parks on the Four Park stage and Idols on the second stage.

10 pm-2am

The BBC will broadcast Billy Elish’s Glastonbury performance. At the age of 20, Elish is the youngest solo artist to head the pyramid stage. It will be introduced by Clara Ampho Werthi Farm.

10.30pm to 12pm

The BBC will broadcast performances by award-winning rapper and singer Little Sims.

Glastonbury Saturday TV schedule

12 am-1am

BBC Three will broadcast highlights of Sam Fender’s Pyramid stage performances and other Blossoms stage performances on Saturday at 12 noon.

5 to 7 p.m.

Joe Y., Lauren Lauren, Clara Ampho, and Jack Saunders will be performing Saturday afternoon performances on Joy Crooks, Self Steam, and Skinny Annecy, BBC Two.

7 to 8 p.m.

The BBC will broadcast the award-winning Celeste’s performance on the West Holt Stage.

7 to 8 p.m.

BBC One will air Olivia Rodrigo’s set on the second stage, introduced by Clara Ampho.

8 pm-9.30pm

The BBC will broadcast performances by Three Holly Humberstone and Glass Animals, presented by Clara Ampho and Jack Saunders.

8 to 9 p.m.

BBC Two will air in Glastonbury on Saturday evening, featuring performances by Heim and Leon Burgers, presented by Clara Ampho and Jack Saunders.

9 pm-10.30pm

BBC Two will broadcast a set of High Flying Birds from Noel Galagher from the Pyramid stage, which was introduced by Joe Wei.

9.30pm to 10.30pm

BBC 3 will air performances by AJ Tracy and Pa Salio, introduced by Clara Ampho and Remy Briggs.

10.30pm-12.30am

Sir Paul McCartney’s headline performance will be broadcast on BBC One, which is being introduced by Joe Wie.

10.30pm-11.30pm

The performances of Young Blood and Berna Boy will be broadcast on BBC Three, presented by Clara Ampho.

11.30pm-12.30am

Megan Thi Stalin’s headline performance will be introduced by Clara Ampho and will be broadcast on BBC Three.

Glastonbury Sunday TV schedule

12.30am-2am

BBC Two will feature headlines from Saturday evening’s headlines, including Jessie Ware, Jamie T, and Róisín Murphy, introduced by Lauren Lauren and Clara Ampho.

5 to 6:45 p.m.

BBC Two will broadcast music from Lianne La Havas, Herbie Hancock, Declan McKenna, Nubya Garcia, and Fontaines DC, presented by Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne.

6.45pm to 8pm

Lauren Laverne and Clara Amfo will introduce the performance of Motown icon Diana Ross during the famous Glastonbury teatime legends slot, which will be broadcast on BBC One.

7 to 8 p.m.

The BBC Three Declan will broadcast performances by McKenna and Coffee, introduced by Jack Saunders and Clara Ampho.

8 to 9 p.m.

The BBC Four will broadcast jazz legend Herbie Hancock’s performances on the Pyramid Stage and American country singer Casey Missgreaves’ performances on the second stage.

8 pm-9.30pm

The BBC will broadcast Sunday evening performances from Lords, Ayers and Years and Elbo.

9 to 10 p.m.

“Performances of ‘Africa’s premier diva’ Angelique Kadju and JARV IS ، will be aired on BBC Four, a rock band led by Pulp Frontman Jarvis Cocker.

9.30pm to 12pm

In addition to the headline performances by BBC to Kendrick Lamar, the show will feature highlights from Bicep, Charli XCX, and Courtney Barnett.

10 pm-11.30pm

BBC Four will broadcast Pete Shop Boys’ headline performance on the second stage, which was introduced by Jo Wei.

11.05pm-1.05am

Highlights from Glastonbury will be broadcast on BBC Two, including performances by Sir Paul McCartney, Billy Ellis, Kendrick Lamar, Diana Ross, Sam Fender, Olivia Rodrigo, Ayers & Years and Little Sims.