We've known the main artists performing at Glastonbury since the intial announcement in March, though now today the full line-up across the 54 stages has been unveiled by the organisers.

A whole host of names have been added to the "smaller" stages including Earl Sweatshirt, The 1975, Billy Bragg, Mount Kimbie, The 2 Bears, Skrillex - and - it will be nice to see Sir Bruce Forsyth at the festival who has also been added. Rather mysteriously, The Weeknd has disappeared from the line-up altogether having been down to play the West Holt stage. Head to their site for a full lowdown on who's playing on what stage.

Furthermore, today has seen the BBC unveil their plans for the weekend and hugely ambitious they are - promising the "first truly digital Glastonbury" having rolled-out a marvelous similar service for the Olympics in 2012.

Their coverage will be spread out over four TV channels, four radio stations and a plethora of digital/online services. 250 hours of footage. Red buttons. Over 120 performers. Roaming cameras. Red buttons. Backstage access. Archival footage. Fuck buttons headlining The Park Stage. And Lauren Laverne. The six key music stages will be live-streamed - at last the aforementioned The Park Stage will see some coverage, which is handy as it's looking particularly hot this year.

Glastonbury runs from 26-30 June and tickets are not available anywhere. Your digital gadgets await your company.