On a warm June evening, Jo Whiley is walking happily across the grass to a garden shed dubbed Miniscule Of Sound, where a DJ is spinning records to an assortment of revellers.
Where else would you expect the BBC radio legend to be at the end of June but listening to music in a field? Whiley, after all, has been presenting the BBC’s TV coverage of Glastonbury since the ’90s, when she perched on hay bales alongside the late John ...
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