How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

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    The road to Paris will turn yellow throughout July as the Tour dominates the sporting landscape - Getty Images
    The road to Paris will turn yellow throughout July as the Tour dominates the sporting landscape – Getty Images

    Throughout the month of July the focus of the cycling world will centre around France as the 106th edition of the Tour de France courses the length and breadth of the country, turning its villages and cities yellow as la grande boucle heads towards Paris.

    After setting off on its 3,479.3km journey from Brussels, Belgium, the Tour crosses over into France before heading due south following an anti-clockwise route that hits the Pyrenees before reaching the Alps.

    Those with subscriptions to Eurosport are in luck as the self-styled ‘home of cycling’ will be broadcasting each and every stage. In addition to Eurosport, terrestrial channels ITV and the Welsh language S4C will also broadcast live with their highlights packages going out each night.

    Alternatively, if you are stuck at work then you can follow all the action, as it unfolds, in our daily live blogs that will include news, analysis and reaction. Telegraph Sport will also provide full results details.

    Finally, each evening The Cycling Podcast will be publishing a daily round-up of what’s been happening on and off the road to Paris while throughout the race Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe will be producing their excellent KM0 episodes.

    Stage-by-stage guide of how to follow the Tour

    Stage one

    Saturday July 6: Brussels to Brussels, 194.5km

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    Stage one – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.25am (BST)
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 11.20 (BST)
    Live: Eurosport1 10.45am-4.15pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10.30-11pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage two

    Sunday July 7: Brussels; team time trial, 27.6km

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    Stage two – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 1.30pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 1pm
    Live: Eurosport1 1.15-4pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage three

    Monday July 8: Binche to Épernay, 215km

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    Stage three – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.20am
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 11am-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage four

    Tuesday July 9: Reims to Nancy, 213.5km

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    Stage four – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.25am
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 11.15pm
    Live: Eurosport1 11am-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10.30-11pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage five

    Wednesday July 10: Saint-Dié-des-Vosges to Colmar, 175.5km

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    Stage five – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.25pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.20pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage six

    Thursday July 11: Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles, 160.5km

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    Stage six – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.25pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage seven

    Friday July 12: Belfort to Chalon-sur-Saône, 230km

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    Stage seven – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 10.35am
    Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 10am-4.15pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage eight

    Saturday July 13: Mâcon to Saint-Étienne, 200km

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    Stage eight – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.25am
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 10.45am-4.30pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.30pm-12.30am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage nine

    Sunday July 14: Saint-Étienne to Brioude, 170.5km

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    Stage nine – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.25pm
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 11.45am-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport2 8-9pm, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 10

    Monday July 15: Saint-Flour to Albi, 217.5km

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    Stage 10 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.25am
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 11am
    Live: Eurosport1 11am-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 11

    Wednesday July 17: Albi to Toulouse, 167km

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    Stage 11 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.45pm
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12.15-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 12

    Thursday July 18: Toulouse to Bagnères-de-Bigorre, 209.5km

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    Stage 12 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 10.50am
    Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 10.30am-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 13

    Friday July 19: Pau; individual time trial, 27.2km

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    Stage 13 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 1pm
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12.45-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 14

    Saturday July 20: Tarbes to Tourmalet, 117.5km

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    Stage 14 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.45pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12-4.30pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 15

    Sunday July 21: Limoux to Foix, 185km

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    Stage 15 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.10am
    Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 10.45am-4.30pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 16

    Tuesday July 23: Nîmes to Nîmes, 177km

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    Stage 16 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.30pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.15pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C website only 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 17

    Wednesday July 24: Pont du Gard to Gap, 200km

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    Stage 17 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 11.40am
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 11-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C website only 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 18

    Thursday July 25: Embrun to Valloire, 208km

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    Stage 18 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 10.25am
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.30pm
    Live: Eurosport1 10am-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C website only 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 19

    Friday July 26: Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Tignes, 126.5km

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    Stage 19 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.55pm
    ​​Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 12.45pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12.30-4.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 9.30-10pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 20

    Saturday July 27: Albertville to Val Thorens, 130km

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    Stage 20 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast

    ​​Stage starts at: 12.55pm ​
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 12.45pm
    Live: Eurosport1 12.15-5pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 2pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 11.00pm-12.00am, ITV 7-8pm, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm

    Stage 21

    Sunday July 28: Rambouillet to Paris Champs-Élysées, 128km

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    Stage 21 – How to follow the 2019 Tour de France online, on live TV and through daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast 

    ​​Stage starts at: 5.10pm
    Telegraph Sportliveblog: From 4pm
    Live: Eurosport1 4.45-8.45pm, ITV4 TBC, S4C 5pm-conclusion
    Highlights: Eurosport1 10.30pm-12.00am, ITV TBC, S4C 10-10.30pm
    The Cycling PodcastFrom around 9pm