Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform on the Pyramid Stage
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Glasto witnesses 'swagger of Jagger'

The Rolling Stones have made their Glastonbury debut, 43 years after the festival first took place.

The Rolling Stones have made their Glastonbury debut, 43 years after the festival first took place.

The rockers, whose average age is 69, performed for more than two hours, pulling in the biggest audience in the event's history.

As well as the classic hits, Sir Mick Jagger was inspired to write a new song, called Glastonbury Girl, when the band arrived on site the night before.

Lizo Mzimba reports.