The Tour de France is back on ITV - here's all you need to know to watch the 2012 edition of the greatest show on earth across TV, web and mobile.
ITV4 and ITV4 HD will show at least two-and-a-half hours of live coverage daily, starting with the Prologue in Liege and all 20 stages on the way to Paris.
Gary Imlach will be your host, with analysis from Chris Boardman, reporting and interviewing from the intrepid Ned Boulting and Matt Rendell as the team makes its way around France.
Commentary will come, as always, from the irrepressible Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen.
Watch hour-long highlights at 7pm every evening, repeated at lunchtime the following day. See full details of our extensive ITV4 and ITV4 HD coverage here
The daily highlights show will be available in ITV Player and in all the ITV Player apps every evening.
On the website at ITV.com/tourdefrance we'll show every second of the live coverage, so if you can't get to a TV during the day, this is the place to come. Even if you are watching live on TV, this is still the place to come for a second-screen experience that includes Twitter updates, exclusive video and features.
Gary Imlach's stage preview videos are available now on the individual stage pages. Each day, these previews will give way to a page with live Twitter updates as the racing gets started.
Refresh your page when the live coverage starts to watch all the action. After the stage we'll have a daily highlights video plus as much reaction and analysis as we can muster.
Once the racing gets under way we'll have Standings for the general classification, King of the Mountains, green jersey and white jersey competitions.
Across the site, we have a Features section with exclusive interviews with Chris Boardman, Gary Imlach, Ned Boulting and more.
The Rider Profiles section gives you the lowdown on the big hitters in the race, including this year's favourite Bradley Wiggins and his Team Sky team-mate Mark Cavendish.
Don't forget the daily podcast, which will be recorded each evening soon after the end of the stage, analysing the day's racing and what the day after might hold in store. You can subscribe in iTunes or if you prefer listen to/download it here.
If you have an iPhone or an iPad you can download the free ITV Player app to watch live streaming of our ITV4 coverage every day, plus catch-up of the evening highlights programme.
The highlights programme will also be available as catch-up on our ITV Player Android app (Live streaming is not available on the Android app)
Watch the Tour de France live on ITV4 and ITV.com from Saturday 30th June.
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