Digital and satellite channel British Eurosport will be broadcasting live coverage of every stage of this year’s Tour de France (June 30 to July 22).

Regular Eurosport team David Harmon and Sean Kelly will be providing the live commentary during the race action. James Richardson hosts race analysis in the studio with guest experts Magnus Backstedt, John Herety, Rob Hayles and Dan Lloyd.

The coverage will be broadcast on both British Eurosport 1 and Eurosport HD. Eurosport HD times may differ from those shown below as the HD coverage does not include studio analysis.

Please note: Times may be subject to change.

Stage Date From To Length Broadcast time (UK)
Prologue Sat, Jun 30 Liège Liège 6.4km ITT 13:15-17:00
Stage 1 Sun, Jul 1 Liège Seraing 198km 12:30-16:30
Stage 2 Mon, Jul 2 Visé Tournai 207.5km 12:30-17:15
Stage 3 Tues, Jul 3 Orchies Boulogne-sur-Mer 197km 12:30-16:45
Stage 4 Weds, Jul 4 Abbeville Rouen 214.5km 12:30-17:15
Stage 5 Thurs, Jul 5 Rouen Saint-Quentin 196.5km 12:30-17:00
Stage 6 Fri, Jul 6 Épernay Metz 207.5km 12:30-17:00
Stage 7 Sat, Jul 7 Tomblaine La Planche des Belles Filles 199km 12:30-17:00
Stage 8 Sun, Jul 8 Belfort Porrentruy 157.5km 11:30-17:00
Stage 9 Mon, Jul 9 Arc-et-Senans Besançon 41.5km ITT 12:30-17:15
REST Tues, Jul 10
Stage 10 Weds, Jul 11 Mâcon Bellegarde-sur-Valserine 194.5km 13:00-16:30
Stage 11 Thurs, Jul 12 Albertville La Toussuire – Les Sybelles 148km 12:00-16:45
Stage 12 Fri, Jul 13 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne Annonay Davézieux 226km 09:30-16:15
Stage 13 Sat, Jul 14 Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux Le Cap d’Agde 217km 12:30-16:30
Stage 14 Sun, Jul 15 Limoux Foix 191km 12:30-16:30
Stage 15 Mon, Jul 16 Samatan Pau 158.5km 12:30-16:45
REST Tues, Jul 17 Pau
Stage 16 Weds, Jul 18 Pau Bagnères-de-Luchon 197km 10:00-17:15
Stage 17 Thurs, Jul 19 Bagnères-de-Luchon Peyragudes 143.5km 11:45-17:15
Stage 18 Fri, Jul 20 Blagnac Brive-la-Gaillarde 222.5km 12:30-16:15
Stage 19 Sat, Jul 21 Bonneval Chartres 53.5km ITT 12:30-17:15
Stage 20 Sun, Jul 22 Rambouillet Paris Champs-Élysées 120km 13:00-17:00

 

Related links

Cycling Weekly’s 2012 Tour de France section

  • Alan Winter.

    In the Tour de France , I can remember when the most combatant rider of the stage , was given his weight in cheese. What I don’t remember, is when this happened. can you help an old man out?

  • round wheels

    I have a number of comments to make regarding the commentary team, it is fair to say that great cyclists don’t necessary make good commentators, the babbling Stephan Roach and the repetition of Sean Kelly are proof of that. The very annoying David Harmon spoils the viewing by this continuous Ah which precedes the riders names as if picking something from a list, in fact everything seems to have Ahhh. Sean just follows like a sheep and often gets this out of context including missing the letter S of the end of most words. If only we had a choice of commentary how much better the programme would be, please call the riders by name and no ah, or plural indicating lots of siblings in the race

  • alan new

    I will be watching as much as possible, things may change if the sheduals are cut etc due to other progs taking priority because they have more expensive adverts ,similar to the penultimate stage of tour of switzerland being cut to half an hour and showen at 9.30pm after watching the rest of tour all the week i dont think this is showing commitment to the viewer

  • ted scrote

    Much prefer itv4, its more reliable to sky+, i quite enjoy Phil +Neds banter. Someone from CW should ring itv and suggest maybe covering the Etape and showing it on one of the rest days.

  • jimmy the Fish

    Won’t be watching myself, not until we see the commentary ‘Dream Team’ of John Bishop and Billy Connolly in place. of the current somnambulists. Both keen cyclists, guaranteed to liven things up. (Kelly can stay on as summariser if he wants)