Glastonbury might be a fading memory for 2011 - and we have to wait to 2013 for the next one - but luckily you can enjoy one more blast from this year's festival.
Presented by Q Radio's Danielle Perry, we have video highlights from Worthy Farm to watch below.
Along with plenty of punters, Biffy Clyro's Ben Johnston speaks about being promoted to the Pyramid Stage at this year's festival.
"We're by far the heaviest band on the whole bill," declares the drummer. "So you'd expect us to be headlining a wee stage somewhere else, but to be given this shot at 'mainstream' is pretty crazy."
Perry also caught up with Blur man Graham Coxon, who discusses his pre-show ritual ahead of his solo show at this year's event.
"I'll sit down, have a Red Bull, meditate a bit and pray to the Lord Of Rock," explains the guitarist of how he gets ready for a show.
Watch below for more fans and bands alike, including Cage The Elephant celebrity physicist and sometime D:REAM keyboard player Professor Brian Cox who recalls some of Morrissey's best onstage banter from 2011.
12:59 PM | 05/07/2011
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