We're all aware by now that summer 2020 is sadly going to be a festival-free zone.

Alongside every Irish festival that was due to take place - from Forbidden Fruit to Body & Soul to All Together Now to Electric Picnic - many of the world's biggest music festivals have also been cancelled or postponed.

That includes Glastonbury, which was one of the first to pull the plug back in March.

However, if you were one of those people who set up shop in front of your telly for a weekend every summer to watch highlights from Worthy Farm (or, indeed, if you had a ticket for the festival), all is not lost.

The BBC is planning 'The Glastonbury Experience' to plug a hole in every live music-lover's life. It'll be broadcast across the weekend that the 50th anniversary was due to take place - June 25th - 29th - and will feature highlights from some of the biggest and best sets from the festival's history.

Some of the sets being pencilled in are Adele (2016), Coldplay (2016), David Bowie (2000) and Beyonce (2011), while sets by The Rolling Stones, Blur, Arctic Monkeys, Lady Gaga, PJ Harvey and more will also feature.

It's not all old footage, however: three 90-minute live shows will take place on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday with all the usual BBC presenters. As for whether this year's scuppered headliners Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar will feature in some capacity? That's not yet known.

Other Glasto-related programmes, including Julien Temple's documentary and specials of The One Show and Blue Peter will air across the BBC's TV and radio channels.