Details of this year’s Tour of Britain TV schedule have been revealed as the race’s Grand Départ in Greater Manchester draws ever-closer.

The 19th edition of the UK’s leading cycle race will again be available to watch in 150 countries worldwide, including ITV4 in the UK and around the world via Eurosport, GCN +, and the discovery + streaming services.

Flag-to-flag coverage of every stage will be available for the sixth edition running, with a nightly highlights show available on ITV4.

UK TV schedule
Stage one: Altrincham > Manchester
Sunday 3 September

Live: 10:30am – 4:30pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage two: Wrexham > Wrexham
Monday 4 September

Live: 11:30am – 3:15pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage three: Goole > Beverley
Tuesday 5 September

Live: 11:15am – 4pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage four: Sherwood Forest > Newark-on-Trent
Wednesday 6 September

Live: 11am – 4pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage five: Felixstowe > Felixstowe
Thursday 7 September

Live: 10:30am – 4pm

Highlights: 9pm – 10pm

Stage six: Southend-on-Sea > Harlow
Friday 8 September

Live: 11:30am – 4pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage seven: Tewkesbury > Gloucester
Saturday 9 September

Live: 10:45am – 3:45pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

Stage eight: Margam Country Park > Caerphilly
Sunday 10 September

Live: 11am – 4pm

Highlights: 8pm – 9pm

ITV4 is available on Freeview (channel 25), Freesat (channel 117), Sky (channel 120), Virgin Media (channel 118) and the ITV Hub (online) in the UK.

Worldwide TV coverage

Comprehensive race coverage will be available for international viewers on Eurosport; advert-free streams will available on the Eurosport app,  GCN+ , and discovery +.

Viewers in France will be able to watch the race on L’Équipe, with more international broadcast details coming shortly.