Radiohead 'best Glastonbury act'
Radiohead have been voted the greatest Glastonbury headliner of all time.
The rockers - famous for songs such as High And Dry, Paranoid Android and Karma Police - beat competition from some of the biggest names in music, including Sir Paul McCartney's famous set in 2004, Jay-Z's controversial turn in 2008 and Blur's triumphant reunion last year.
The band's Saturday night headline performance in 1997 coincided with the release of their third album, OK Computer, which has sold around 4.5 million copies to date and is regularly voted one of the greatest albums of all time.
The survey , conducted by music video website www.muzu.tv, put Sir Paul in second place.
Blur's 2009 headline act came in at third followed by Jay-Z in fourth and David Bowie in fifth for his 2000 show.
Sixth place went to Pulp's 1995 show, the White Stripes in 2005 were seventh, with Bruce Springsteen's 2009 headliner eighth, Coldplay in 2002 ninth, and REM's 1999 show ranked 10th.
Graeme Slattery, of Muzu, said: "Glastonbury is famous for its legendary headliners and Radiohead's 1997 performance secured their place in festival history.
"With a typically eclectic mix of acts confirmed for this year's festival, ranging from Snoop Dogg to Stevie Wonder, festival fans are in for a treat."