A VIDEO of Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis’ recent talk at Oxford University has appeared online, in which it appears he may have accidently let slip that Radiohead will be playing at this year’s festival.

Following a question from an audience member regarding his role at the festival, Eavis, wearing his traditional denim shorts, pulls this year’s line-up poster out of his jacket pocket.

He begins to reel off some of the names of the bands on the line-up poster mentioning Underworld and then turning the poster over and mentioning Foals.

He then says: “How about Radiohead, do you like Radiohead? Yeah, they are good aren’t they?”

He follows on by mentioning two other acts on the line-up poster, Disclosure and Skepta.

He then refers back to Radiohead saying: “Radiohead must be due for another one, they have played it a few times, but they are so good.”

The mention of Radiohead is intriguing considering the other four acts mentioned are already known as playing the festival.

Radiohead last performed at the festival in 2011 when they played a secret set on the Park Stage, and prior to that they headlined the Pyramid Stage in 1997 and 2003.

The band released their latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool, on May 8, meaning this year’s festival would be as good a time as any to return, particularly as they are touring Europe before Glastonbury, with their last date on June 17 in Iceland.

If you would like to watch for yourself, go to minute 40 on the video below: