As always, RAI will provide coverage of the Corsa Rosa to the national public on each and every day of the race, without interruption.
Each day of coverage will begin with a one-hour programme called “Villaggio di Partenza”, available on Rai Sport + HD, which will include rider presentations and pre-race interviews. Then it will be time for the “Anteprima Giro”, on that same channel, which will begin when the race starts and will continue until 14:00.
For the last, and most intense few hours of racing, broadcasting will move to Rai 2, with “Giro in Diretta”, up until 16:15, when “Giro all’Arrivo” will cover the very last moments of each stage until the finish, scheduled for 17:15. Immediately after the race, the traditional post-race analysis will be hosted on the same channel – the “Processo alla Tappa” will be broadcast for around 45 minutes.
Then, from 20:00, fans will be able to tune in again on Rai Sport + HD for a more in-depth analysis of the technical aspects of the race: TGiro will broadcast interviews, news and comment, followed by Giro Notte at 00:15, where diehard fans will be taken on a journey that looks back, moment by moment, at the highlights of the day’s stage