1. IN the absence of the real deal thanks to yon coronavirus, we have to thank the music gods for the arrival of Glastonbury online. This year’s festival isn’t taking place at the famous farm and instead there’s a host of online entertainment under its new moniker “Glasthomebury”. Since Thursday, iconic sets have been screened on a dedicated channel on th BBC iPlayer. That continues today and tomorrow, when featured artists include (today) Bon Iver, Michael Kiwanuka, Lady GaGa, The Killers and David Bowie’s legendary headlining set, (and tomorrow) Lionel Richie, Arctic Monkeys, Amy Winehouse, Adele and Beyonce, and lots more excerpts from past festivals. All the information and details are available here: #glastoathome it is. https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/evrj6q. There’s also lots of online content at glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

2. THE team behind Mono, Stereo and The Flying Duck are hosting a three-day virtual celebration of music and culture, featuring streams from local and international acts, as well as talks, tutorials and exhibitions. Featured artists include 12th Isle, Clyde Built Radio, Healthy in conversation with DJ Marcelle, Heir of The Cursed, Kapil Seshasayee, Molly Linen, Monorail Music, Nightwave, Ribeka, Romeo Taylor, Savage Mansion, Third Ear Yoga and more. Details of how to tune in at www.popmutations.com

3. THIS summer ITAE Productions in conjunction with Channel 4 are putting the British justice system on trial. For the first time ever they are broadcasting a murder trial online and inviting you to join the jury. You will be invited to consider the outcome of a criminal trial in the Crown Court. Lead by an expert team, produced in conjunction with some of the UK’s top barristers, you’ll hear the evidence and decide the facts. Over the course of six episodes, the prosecution will lay out the evidence to support the charge of murder brought against Jack Hargreaves of Tamworth, for the murder of Tony Ryder from nearby Nuneaton. You will then consider your verdict and in a live showdown, the nation’s verdict will decide the fate of the accused. For all details and information head over to www.themurdertriallive.co.uk

4. CONTINUING with their lockdown special events, the National Theatre of Scotland is showing When?.. an excerpt from the play further than the furthest thing. Following a disastrous natural event, the residents of an isolated island community in the middle of the Atlantic are left picking up the pieces and lamenting a way of life that has been lost. To watch and keep up to date with other events please log in at https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com

5. YOU’RE in for a treat. In my not so humble opinion, the best Scottish film in a generation (maybe ever) is coming to your screens. Beats, starring the brilliant Lorn Macdonald (#BIFAlive?). Join up with the director Brian Welsh and the stars of the movie next Friday for a watch party. https://www.bifa.film/event/friday-3-july-beats-live/

6. STRANDED at the drive-in ... plans are afoot for a drive-in rave in Edinburgh next Saturday. A series of events will offer drive-in cinema, music and more in a safe, well organised and secure environment. Sign up for more information and ticket details at https://www.drive-in-events.co.uk

7. THE Royal Albert Hall has been hosting a series of Royal Albert Home performances over the past few weeks which has seen “artists sharing their work from their homes to yours”. The free streaming programme this week sees Guy Chambers on Thursday and Nicola Benedetti (right) on Saturday. Tune in at https://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/series/royal-albert-home