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RADIOHEAD are to perform a full-length concert for 'LATER...WITH JOOLS HOLLAND', live on BBC2.

The band, who recorded their first 'Top Of The Pops' appearance for the BBC last week, will perform an hour-long set on June 9, broadcast from 10.30pm.

It is expected the band's set will consist mainly of material from their forthcoming album 'Amnesiac', released on June 4, as well selected tracks from their previous albums 'Kid A', 'OK Computer' and 'The Bends'.

The broadcast will subsequently be aired on Steve Lamaq's radio show on Radio 1 on June 11.

Fans can win tickets for the gig via the 'Later...' website, at www.bbc.co.uk/later.

A number of other bands have recorded a Jools Holland special, including REM, to coincide with the release of their album 'Up', and Oasis, who recorded a set for their most recent album 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants'.

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