Where Can I Watch Isle of Man TT on TV?

Housewives favourite Craig Doyle on the mic with Hutchy

ITV4 have released details of their planned coverage of this year's Isle of Man TT which includes an extra 1-hour show versus last year bringing the total up to 15 x 1-hour shows over the 14 days. 

So get your favourite chair plumped, TV planners fired up and attack that Series Link button with the following:




Mon 26th May


TT 2014: The Michael Dunlop Story

Tues 27th May


TT 2014: A Very British Challenge

Wed 28th May


TT: Class of 2014

Thurs 29th May


Preview Show

Fri 30th May



(Scheduled to avoid Eng v Peru on ITV)

Sat 31st May


Dainese Superbike TT Race

Sun 1st  June


Sure Sidecar TT Race (1)

Mon 2nd June


Monster Energy Supersport TT Race (1)

Tues 3rd June


RL360 Superstock TT Race

Wed 4th June


Monster Energy Supersport TT Race (2)

(Scheduled to avoid Eng v. Equador on ITV)

Thurs 5th June


Sure Sidecar TT Race (2)

Fri 6th June


Pokerstars Senior TT

Sat 7th  June


Bikenation Lightweight TT

Mon 9th June


Review Show 1

Mon 9th June


Review Show 2

The presenting and commentary team of Craig Doyle, Steve Parrish, Steve Plater and Jamie Whittam remains unchanged whilst this schedule announcement comes off the back of a recent and brand new 5-year deal between ITV and the producers of the TT shows, North One Television.

Doyle interviews Dunlop

North One were appointed ahead of the 2009 TT and figures from last year's event show an increase in TV audiences throughout the 130 countries where the TT can be seen of 24.4 million which is up from 8.1 million in 2010.

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