• Barry Gibb brings Glastonbury to its feet

    We're calling it: Islands In The Stream has become the unofficial anthem of Glastonbury. Kenny Rogers debuted the song in 2013; and Dolly Parton featured it in her record-breaking set a year later. Now Barry Gibb, who wrote the song, has made it the centrepiece of his performance at the festival's coveted "legend slot". It was one of a dozen or more classics from his, and the Bee Gees', catalogue that made it impossible to stand still. There was a sense of euphoria as he ran through the likes of Tragedy, Jive Talkin' and Night Fever, his falsetto never wavering in the bright afternoon sun. As has now become tradition in the legend slot, Glastonbury's security team joined the performance, with

  • Meet the milkmen of Glastonbury

    Revellers at the first ever Glastonbury in 1970 each got a free pint of milk. Nearly 50 years on, it's still delivered direct to people's tents - but it costs £1.20 a pint. Much of the milk comes from the Eavis's own cows; and providing a link between the festival and Worthy Farm's real business. Greg Newman has been volunteering on the milk float for 12 years. He took the BBC on one of his rounds. Video journalist: Sophie Van Brugen

  • Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 revealed

    (CNN)A new group of stars will be getting stars. The Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 was announced Thursday with inductees from the fields of music, movies, TV, radio and live theater. The 12 celebrities to be honored from the television industry include the late Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin, Anthony Anderson, Gillian Anderson, Lynda Carter, Simon Cowell, Taraji P. Henson, Eric McCormack, Ryan Murphy, Niecy Nash, Mandy Patinkin, Shonda Rhimes and RuPaul.

  • 10 miscarriages in 10 years: One couple's heartbreak

    Jen Bickel and her husband Andrew are no strangers to heartache, having suffered 10 miscarriages in as many years. The 39-year-old, from Cardiff, has endured several rounds of punishing IVF, two ectopic pregnancies resulting in surgery, and she is still no closer to finding out the cause of the problem. Here, in her own words, she talks about the couple's devastating losses, how attending a memorial service for one of their lost babies helped them grieve and why they are not giving hope just yet. That feeling of lying on the bed waiting for the scan with Andrew sat next to me holding my hand, I'm just watching the faces of the hospital staff for any signs. It's a feeling of "here we go again".

  • Stella McCartney proud of her Beatle dad's song

    Fashion designer Stella McCartney has chosen her dad's song Blackbird as one of her records for Desert Island Discs. She said she found it "incredible how contemporary the song feels" and was "proud" of former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney for writing it. Stella told the BBC Radio 4 show that music had been "the driving force in every moment of our childhood". For her book choice, she also chose Sir Paul's memoir Japanese Jailbird, written by him but never released. The manuscript - detailing what happened in 1980 when the star spent nine days in a Japanese jail for a drugs offence - has been locked away for decades with the only copies given to his children, something that Stella said she finds

  • Foo Fighters finally headline Glastonbury

    Foo Fighters have finally stepped onto Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage, two years after they were forced to pull out of the festival. Days before their headline performance in 2015, Dave Grohl fell off stage and broke his leg in Gothenburg, Sweden. "I'm about two years late tonight, I'm sorry," said Grohl on Saturday, blaming bad traffic for the delay. He then played a solo version of Times Like These, bringing in the band for an explosive climax. Grohl explained the song held special significance when it came to their Glastonbury experience. In 2015, he said, he has watched Florence + The Machine stand in for the Foo Fighters "on my laptop as I was sitting in a wheelchair with a broken leg and it

  • BBC Sound of 2017: Ray BLK's tour of Glastonbury

    The BBC's Sound of 2017 winner shows us around, as she make her first ever visit to Glastonbury.