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Good evening, welcome to Look North, have we got a special
programme for you. The weekdnd at programme for you. The weekdnd at
the Tour de France became the Tour de Yorkshire. Showcasing thd
region's towns, cities, and countryside, the grandest opening
ever. The Tour de France is very popular. Yesterday and today has
popular. Yesterday and todax has been unbelievable, incredible,
amazing. In the next 40 minttes we amazing. In the next 40 minutes we
will show you how it welcomd amazing. In the next 40 minttes we
will show you how it welcome the will show you how it welcome the
tour, bringing you dramatic action, and the view from the sky. This is
one of the most inaccessibld parts of the route. Look at the crowds. I
had never been prouder. It has played its part in a spectacular
weekend, now the attention turns to next week, join me for a detailed
forecasts coming up shortly. `` forecast.
Welcome. It looks stunning, a special edition of Look North. This
was the weekend when the Totr was the weekend when the Totr
arrived in the county. Here in Redmond thousands have grabbed a
grandstand seat, as I have many in the county. There was definhtely a
party atmosphere. We will be hearing party atmosphere. We will be hearing
from the riders, the army of volunteers, and Harry and I have got
back on that tandem. Our Tour de France correspondent starts with a
look back at the weekend thd Talking look back at the weekend the Talking
to Yorkshire. This was the weekend when Yorkshire
staged a French by grace, from `` French by grace, when peopld all
French by grace, when people all over Yorkshire came out. Thd crowds
were incredible, second to none. It were incredible, second to none It
was like being a disco four hours. To think there is that many people
coming out very sporting event in coming out very sporting evdnt in
Yorkshire, a French race, it was not. The madness started in Leeds,
just after 11 on Saturday. Witnessed by a quarter of a million people.
by a quarter of a million pdople. Within the hour it had spread
by a quarter of a million people. Within the hour it had spre`d to
Within the hour it had spread to Harewood House, where the rdd white
and blue arrows signalled a break for a meet and greet. With the
Smalltalk done, time for the riders to get acquainted with Yorkshire.
They really dug the Dales. Skipton even dressed for the occasion. After
in the sunshine, Skipton is being in the sunshine, Skipton is being
rewarded. Listen to the crowds. The Tour has arrived in Skipton. Around
20,000 people lining the road, you 20,000 people lining the road, you
can see how excited they ard. The can see how excited they are. The
delights of the Dales were waiting. This can be a dangerous place, for
the Tour, a tunnel of love. Everything seemed to be flowing so
well. Then disaster. The allost hometown hero hitting the deck. And
hometown hero hitting the ddck. And he stayed there. Mark Cavendish
eventually rolling home. He looked like a bird with a broken wing.
eventually rolling home. He looked like a bird with a broken whng. This
like a bird with a broken wing. This was no way for the Manx Missile to
leave Harrogate. It was confirmed he would be leaving the Tour. Not the
fully paid tribute to the f`ns. would be leaving the Tour. Not the
fully paid tribute to the fans. To see all those people, incredible, it
gave me goose bumps. It really motivated me, I wanted to whn
yesterday for all those people. That is not how it happened. Gre`t to see
the support for cycling in the country. One man's dreams m`y
the support for cycling in the country. One man's dreams may have
country. One man's dreams m`y have been left in ruins, but the Tour
arrived in York, for a trip to Sheffield. If further evidence was
needed that this city love cycling, look at the unbelievable crowd. The
riders will leave with sore ears, as well as aching legs. Tour fever was
contagious, with bumps and break`outs. It will never h`ve a
more heightened sense of this more heightened sense of this
cycling passion than right here Roadside on the cobbles of Main
Roadside on the cobbles of Lain Street. A deafening noise when the
main bunch came through. A real effort for the cycle is, and for
those making it all the way up here, to be as close as thex could
here, to be as close as they could to the action. What has it been like
for you? Absolutely brilliant. The crowd has been fantastic, a great
noise all afternoon. Quite ` long way up, worth the effort?
Absolutely, brilliant. Doesn't it say everything that we knew about
the day that the Tour came past our door in how worth `` Howarth. No
sheep to Barnsley. Then Chrhs Frome sheep to Barnsley. Then Chrhs Frome
burst clear. Just to flex his burst clear. Just to flex his
muscles. Bigger battles awaht in muscles. Bigger battles awaht in
France. Italy's Vincenzo Nibali was given the freedom of the streets of
Sheffield. He will not forgdt the Sheffield. He will not forget the
visit to Yorkshire, but I don't think many of us will.
Those two days seem to be over in a flash. Let me introduce you to a
Yorkshire legend. Brian Robinson, the first rate to win a stage in the
likes to think it is the world's greatest sporting vent. For me it is
the best sporting event. I have heard journalists say this is the
new home of cycling. They h`ve heard journalists say this hs the
new home of cycling. They h`ve been blown away by it. The wit and energy
of Yorkshire. It is not just the foreign riders, but the British
rider, here is Chris Froome and Dave Brailsford. The home support is
unreal. Going up Holm Moss, I was full of goosebumps, the crowds and
everyone cheering. We owe a lot of thanks to those who made thd effort
who came out. It means a lot. It is tremendous to see the British fans
get out and put us on the m`p. tremendous to see the British fans
get out and put us on the map. We get out and put us on the m`p. We
all wanted one thing to happen. It didn't. Mark Cavendish. Is that
greedy. I would have loved that Harrogate moment. I would h`ve
greedy. I would have loved that Harrogate moment. I would have liked
more Brits, Wiggins and those guys. But I think it was OK. We just
more Brits, Wiggins and those guys. But I think it was OK. We jtst about
But I think it was OK. We just about got away wit. I thought it was
wonderful. Thank you. Of cotrse it started in one sense at Harewood
started in one sense at Hardwood House with the official start. That
was a royal occasion with the Duke and Duchess of came bring. ``
Cambridge. They also visited one village. The decorations were up and
the invites sent out. The main village. The decorations were up and
the invites sent out. The m`in event the invites sent out. The m`in event
expected around 3 .456789 45. This expected around 3 .456789 45. This
is the centre of the economic universe. The sun is out, the bells
are ringing. Everybody is so excited. Scombr Tanfield is home to
tight tracks and a big hill. 12,000 tight tracks and a big hill. 12,000
turned up and they would get a surprise royal visit. Not just one
surprise royal visit. Not jtst one royal ` but three! The royal party
stayed for an hour. What wasn't covered in bikes or bunting was used
for a better view ` walls, windows, towers and trees. Did you like
Prince Harry? Yes. Is he yotr new Prince Harry? Yes. Is he yotr new
friend? Great for the village and Yorkshire. A real treat. A special
day. This is just a speck on the map of Yorkshire, but today it felt like
the centre of the country. Not only the world east best cyclists, but
the Royal Family. The cycling was best. I have loved it since I was a
kid. The Royal Family. The cyclists. The Royal Family were wonderful as
well. Definitely the cyclists. We will never get the chance to do
either again. When you meet the royals, it's wow! So after a
either again. When you meet the royals, it's wow! So after ` year of
royals, it's wow! So after a year of planning, and hours of waithng. .
The racing was over in just a few seconds. It was amazing. It has been
well worth it. What a day! The local shop sold a year's worth of
ice`cream in just eight hours and the village met its future king
Well, one person who has had a big Well, one person who has had a big
part to play in bringing thd Well, one person who has had a big
part to play in bringing the tour Well, one person who has had a big
part to play in bringing thd tour to part to play in bringing thd tour to
Yorkshire was Gary Verity. I caught up with him and the general director
of Tour de France after the ending of the second stage in Sheffield
today, was was a magical experience. So one question ` did we do them
proud? I always knew it would be huge. I hoped we would get the
weather. But I never knew we huge. I hoped we would get the
weather. But I never knew wd would be as blessed as we have been
weather. But I never knew we would be as blessed as we have bedn and
weather. But I never knew wd would be as blessed as we have been and I
be as blessed as we have bedn and I never expected that we would get the
millions of people that we have over the last two days. And Christian
said to me this is the grandest Grand Depart they have had hn
said to me this is the grandest Grand Depart they have had in 111
Grand Depart they have had hn 1 1 years. So they're blown away and
Grand Depart they have had in 111 years. So they're blown awax and I'm
years. So they're blown away and I'm just stunned by it and drained. The
emotion hit me as well. Yesterday there were thousands. Here when they
came past, sorry that Christian wasn't ahead, but I was choked. Yes
Yes. Having gone through evdry wasn't ahead, but I was choked. Yes
Yes. Having gone through every town Yes. Having gone through every town
and every village in the past two days, and those huge crowds, wow, as
you went into places and you got the footage of the seas of people. I
didn't recognise where we were didn't recognise where we wdre
going, because it was crowded in going, because it was crowddd in
people. We have had messages in, going, because it was crowded in
people. We have had messages in I have been getting messages from all
around the world and people have seen the coverage and seen the
coverage on the internet and said, wow, wow, how beautiful was
Yorkshire looking. In Francd of Yorkshire looking. In Francd of
course they give you a kiss. Well done! I was 100% sure it wotld be a
done! I was 100% sure it would be a success. But like that, it never
happens and the Tour de France is very popular. But what we lived
yesterday and today, it is unbelievable. It is magnificent.
What do you think the legacx unbelievable. It is magnificent
What do you think the legacy will unbelievable. It is magnificent.
What do you think the legacx will be What do you think the legacy will be
for Yorkshire? Do you think we will all cycle, or we can put on a world
class event. It has begun. There was so many people with their bhkes
so many people with their bikes. There will be the tour of Yorkshire
next May. So we will be back. But what you did for us is, I just
next May. So we will be back. But what you did for us is, I jtst say
thank you, unforgettable. The Holm Moss was one of the most challenging
Moss was one of the most ch`llenging climb, rising 1,700 feet. There is
60,000 people made their thdir point to wash the Tour. Chris Froome said
he got goosebumps all over `s to wash the Tour. Chris Froome said
he got goosebumps all over as he made his way to the top. Many people
camped out. One of our own reporter. Sunday morning over summer wine
country. Hangovers from Saturday soon forgotten. The day Le Tour came
to town. This is the highest point of stage two of the Grand Depart,
of stage two of the Grand Ddpart, Holm Moss, it is over 1,700 feet
above sea`level and has some Holm Moss, it is over 1,700 feet
above sea`level and has somd of the steepest gradients on the route.
above sea`level and has some of the steepest gradients on the route It
started down there and normally would take 20 minute s to do the
climb. For the professionals, it takes about six, but once they're up
here, the views are spectacular. takes about six, but once they're up
here, the views are spectacular. Not that they would have time to enjoy
everything. That was on display. everything. That was on display
Unlike those who had come early to Unlike those who had come early to
appreciate the experience. We are mad keen sports fans. Holm Loss
mad keen sports fans. Holm Moss, live in Huddersfield origin`lly
mad keen sports fans. Holm Loss live in Huddersfield originally. 20
live in Huddersfield origin`lly 20 years in Bristol. Who would miss it?
Others travelled from as far as New Zealand and Germany. It was the only
way she could get me to comd from New Zealand to England. He doesn't
like flying. I thought if I got him here I could slip in a holiday and
we would have it made. I don't care much about cycling. But I think it
will be nice. It is a once hn a will be nice. It is a once hn a
lifetime opportunity to see the Tour. The day started with a
lifetime opportunity to see the Tour. The day started with ` trickle
of people heading uphill. It soon became a torrent. And then a
of people heading uphill. It soon became a torrent. And then ` sea
of people heading uphill. It soon became a torrent. And then a sea of
humanity, snaking toward thd summit. Then the they cheered and shouted as
the riders made short work of stage two's highest climb. I was impressed
with the crowd. I knew therd would with the crowd. I knew therd would
be a lot of people, but with the weather, it was amazing. So many
people, I thought we were not going to be on our own, but I didn't
expect this many. It has bedn great. 60,000 watched the race from here.
In the end it seemed they too came and went as quickly as the peloton.
But what they saw will live with them for far longer.
# It's looking like a beautiful day! # Among those was cyclists from
Huddersfield. They spent the # Among those was cyclists from
Huddersfield. They spent thd day on Holm Moss and cycled from Ripponden.
How many miles is that? Abott Holm Moss and cycled from Rhpponden.
How many miles is that? About 15 Holm Moss and cycled from Ripponden.
How many miles is that? Abott 1 or 20. So Gary and his merry men.
How many miles is that? About 15 or 20. So Gary and his merry mdn. How
20. So Gary and his merry men. How was it for you? Amazing. A fantastic
day. The Moss, I cycled up 7. 3 , there was crowds there already.
there was crowds there alre`dy. Every kid that cycled up was cheered
and waved on like the pros. It was amazing. On the screens to see from
the air 60,000 people was breath`taking. To be among them
what was it like? Superb. We were there many years ago when the Leeds
international went. But there were thousands of people. It was
electric. To see some of yotr cycling heroes up close, on one of
most challenging climbs in Yorkshire, what was that like?
Inspiring, you can't compare Yorkshire, what was that like?
Inspiring, you can't compard that Yorkshire, what was that like?
Inspiring, you can't compare that to Inspiring, you can't compard that to
anything else. It is fantastic. And seeing them and you know I mean some
were... Some almost looked like they were struggling. But I don't believe
that. There is talk of the legacy that will be liftest left `` left in
Yorkshire for cycling, do you think it has made its mark and we will see
more people cycling? I am stre it has made its mark and we will see
more people cycling? I am sure we more people cycling? I am stre we
will. There is the signs up where the Tour has been been, so people
are following it. I live on the course and before the Tour there
were people come down each day, groups of cyclists and non`cyclists
and people are coming from abroad to say they have ridden stages one and
two in God's country. You whll all now be cycling home? It is good to
see you with a pint in your hand. Chris Froome, you're my hero. If you
thought it looked good from the ground, what about from the air. Our
ground, what about from the air Our reporters had the best job and the
best view of the whole weekdnd. They best view of the whole weekdnd. They
were up in the air in helicopters and here is what they made of the
route. Nip would think there is solething
going on! `` anyone would think there is something going on.
Harewood House saw the start of the Grand Depart. I keep pinching
myself, because I have got what I think is the best seat in the house:
Akoord:. What better advert than Wharfdale? All along the route,
Wharfdale? All along the rotte, people made an effort.
parts of the route, yet look at the crowds. I've never been protder
parts of the route, yet look at the crowds. I've never been prouder of
crowds. I've never been protder of living in Yorkshire.
West Tanfield laid on such a spread, some Royal visitors dropped in.
And in Harrogate, crowds flocked to the finish. That was just a taste of
the magnificence that was stage one. Now I've been keeping the seat
the magnificence that was stage one. Now I've been keeping the sdat warm
Now I've been keeping the seat warm for stage two.
Frankly, that was just a st`rter. Frankly, that was just a starter.
Whatever party North Yorkshhre Frankly, that was just a st`rter.
Whatever party North Yorkshire can Whatever party North Yorkshhre can
throw, west and south can throw it better. Today we say goodbyd to
throw, west and south can throw it better. Today we say goodbye to the
better. Today we say goodbyd to the pretty and hello to the gritty.
Let's be honest, it isn't grim, just grand up north. The field art isn't
bad either. There are two big climbs on this
stage. Let's start with if longest, crag Vale clocks in at around five
miles. That's just the Bunting. No miles. That's just the Bunting. No
matter how remote the terrahn, people, banners and a dash of humour
made it up the hill. If you thought the climb to Crag Vale was good,
check this out. You won't bdlieve check this out. You won't bdlieve
it. There are just so many people down there that you are lost for
words and end up with this feeling of wow. It may not be the Pyrenees,
of wow. It may not be the Pxrenees, but still, I'm glad I flew it, not
but still, I'm glad I flew ht, not cycled it. Apparently there is a
tennis tournament down south and a football tournament somewhere else
in the world, they want to borrow the crowds. Bidding Bonjour to
Derbyshire, it was down and up again over the Woodhe.
Will they ever see a day like this again? Finally to Sheffield where
tired legs meet the steel chty and one of the toughest climbs of the
whole stage `` Woodhead. From the first turn of the wheel to the last
touch of the brakes, yes, wd have been welcoming, but much more, we
have shone. Dear Planet Earth, that was for you,
love Yorkshire. The incredible view from the air. But what was ht like
from the air. But what was it like on the ground and in the middle of
the crowd, Amy? For the first time ever on the Tour de France, there
was an army of volunteers known as tour makers along the 250 mile
route. Some join us now. George airport you were at the top, what
was it like? Absolutely inspiring. The crowds were fantastic, the
police were fantastic, the Security Services were superb. But the main
thing, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, God's country.
Let me just ask you, Bernard, if I may, what were the main problems
that you encountered from pdople, may, what were the main problems
that you encountered from people, or that you encountered from people, or
just was it very good naturdd that you encountered from pdople, or
just was it very good natured banter throughout the day? It was trying to
find the best view to look at throughout the day? It was trying to
find the best view to look `t the race because the crowds were
find the best view to look at the race because the crowds werd five
find the best view to look `t the race because the crowds were five or
race because the crowds werd five or six deep in places and some even
more. They wanted a good vidw of six deep in places and some even
more. They wanted a good view of the more. They wanted a good view of the
cyclists coming through on this great day for the tour. Isabelle,
what kind of duties did you have to do? Our duties were the road
marshals and we were helping on the crossings as well, we had off road
duties as well, helping with the crowds, making sure everybody was
happy and maybing the most of the experiences they were having ``
making the most or experiences. We were just helping things along and
being nice for everybody. M`rk, Andy being nice for everybody. Mark, Andy
and Alex. The highlight for you Mark? The atmosphere, superb,
absolutely brilliant. Andy? Crowds and sunshine. Alex? Yorkshire sense
of humour. That's good. The banter was amazing. Well done all of you.
You all played an incredible part in You all played an incredible part in
making this what has been a magical, magical experience. With all these
elite riders around, I found the need to get on my bike with Amy in
tandem. It's the first time we have done this since Sport Relief four
months ago. We thought this would be the perfect opportunity to have
another go and when we did Sport Relief, the crowds were just
fantastic, but this, wow, this was really something special. This is my
kind of place, Broughton Hall near Skipton. Luxury. This is my kind of
place, BBC expenses, no luxtry place, BBC expenses, no luxtry
considered. It was a very long night!
Never had a night like that. TV does not get much more glamorous than
this. Ready for the tandem, Amy. this. Ready for the tandem, Amy.
Come on. Ready to go? Have xou this. Ready for the tandem, Amy
Come on. Ready to go? Have you had a shower? No, I'm not going to have a
shower, no. You dirty thing. I need a shower.
I'll come with you. It's our first tandem ride for nearly four months.
Thousands were there at our This is it.
Thousands were there at our viewpoint and how wonderful. Then
the moment! And this is it, Amy, the Totr
the moment! And this is it, Amy, the Tour de
France Yorkshire. A magnificent atmosphere. Today it's glorhous
atmosphere. Today it's glorious weather and the sights you see here,
the cyclists are going at incredible speed and the crowd are lovhng every
speed and the crowd are loving every second of it. Brilliant.
It was all over in 30 seconds but worth it. The cyclists have just
gone through. What did you lake of gone through. What did you lake of
it? Amazing. We've been here gone through. What did you make of
it? Amazing. We've been herd since gone through. What did you lake of
it? Amazing. We've been here since 7 o'clock this morning.
Five`and`a`half hours? Yes. Was it worth it? They were here for
ten`and`a`half seconds but ht worth it? They were here for
ten`and`a`half seconds but it was worth it, yes. Amazing. Surprising,
I thought they'd go faster but yes, superb. Been here about five hours.
It was good for the 30 seconds of the bikes going past. A good once in
a lifetime experience. Now our trek home, but Harry, what a day. Viva Le
Tour! The thing I remember most is the guy
singing about Ilkley, thes `` verses he kept remembering.
Was that the best night of your life, Harry? It was a wonderful
experience. You were out and about today?
experience. You were out and about todax? The
street partiafter wards. For me, a street partiafter wards. For me, a
couch potato, I was watching and the commentator couldn't believe
couch potato, I was watching and the commentator couldn't believd they
kept going on about how many commentator couldn't believe they
kept going on about how manx people kept going on about how manx people
were there and how beautiful Yorkshire was and I was just
thinking that everybody in the world sees this footage, it was jtst
sees this footage, it was just amazing. Christian thought there
were four million people out there. Having seen it on the screens it
looked like more. Have you dver Having seen it on the screens it
looked like more. Have you ever seen anything like it? I haven't. And
Keighley of course, no bettdr anything like it? I haven't. And
Keighley of course, no bettdr place than that! Your forecast this
than that! Your forecast thhs weekend was scarily accurate. One
weekend was scarily accuratd. One went over Holme Moss, 20 minutes
after the bikes went through, a shower. Look at this from Emley
shower. Look at this from Elley Moore, thank you for that Emily.
Moore, thank you for that Elily And look at this one in Silsden.
And look at this one in Silsden This one's very arty, two
helicopters silhouetted agahnst the blue sky and clouds at Woodhead.
There are some of you cycling nuts that are heading down for the next
stage, Cambridge to London, and it's a decent forecast. Let's start the
a decent forecast. Let's st`rt the forecast with one for Cambridge
a decent forecast. Let's start the forecast with one for Cambrhdge down
to London. Starts around midday. forecast with one for Cambrhdge down
to London. Starts around midday. A sunny morning I think, with one or
two showers maybe, but really another spectacular day weather`wise
with sunshine. Forget cycling for a minute. It's the great Yorkshire
show this week and it's not looking too bad at the show ground. The risk
of one or two showers breakhng out of one or two showers breaking out
on Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday looks fine with some sunshine and
then Thursday mostly dry and bright. Cloud with a bit of patchy rain by
the end of Thursday. A nice week for the Yorkshire show. It's cold here
in Ripponden, temperatures dropping like a stone. It's going to be fine
with one or two showers possible. In Leeds and Sheffield, round about
ten, 11, 12 Celsius; with a light wind. Tomorrow looks set to be
another nice day, although it's a another nice day, although it's a
higher chance of catching a shower, one or two showers across the
Pennines from the word go, so good spells of sunshine in`betwedn.
spells of sunshine in`between. There'll be a few showers breaking
out here and there, but likd today, very hit and miss and quite a few
places will stay dry. Top temperatures at about 18 or 19. In
the sunshine, it's going to feel nice with a light breeze.
One or two sharp showers developing on Tuesday. Wednesday looks a love
hi day with a litology ridge on Tuesday. Wednesday looks a love
hi day with a litology ridge of high pressure. Uncertainty for Thursday.
Cloud increasing later, the risk of rain in the east. All in all until
the end of the week, not too bad. It was the fourth time the tour held
a stage in the UK but this was the furthest north it ventured. So did
Yorkshire deliver? Brian Robinson, the first Brit to win a stage of the
Tour de France in 1958 and our Tour de France correspondent Matt Slater
join us once again. Brian, xou de France correspondent Matt Slater
join us once again. Brian, you have obviously ridden the Tour dd France.
obviously ridden the Tour de France. How did this compare? Well, it's
moved on by many years really, I mean in my day it was quite small
really and now it's trebled in size since I first rode. You played
really and now it's trebled in size since I first rode. You plaxed a big
since I first rode. You played a big part in the Tour de France coming to
Yorkshire, did you get the same excitement and feeling as when you
were on the bike in 58? Yes but it took a while to come, takes a while
to get excited these days. I took a while to come, takes a while
to get excited these days. H bet took a while to come, takes a while
to get excited these days. I bet it to get excited these days. I bet it
does, Brian! Thank you. Yes, up to a couple of days ago and then suddenly
you knew all these people were couple of days ago and then suddenly
you knew all these people wdre going you knew all these people were going
to turn out and we didn't know the weather was going to turn ott.
to turn out and we didn't know the weather was going to turn out. It
weather was going to turn ott. It was wonderful, wasn't it? It was. We
have been banging on about how great a sporting event this is. M`ny
millions of people have experienced it that it's something spechal?
millions of people have expdrienced it that it's something special? I've
it that it's something spechal? I've been banging on about it in the
office, trying to get you lot to believe me that it was a grdat
event. The proof was in the pudding. That many people out for a bike
race, wow! What was the highlight? For me, I thought Sheffield today
was extraordinary, as was H`rrogate was extraordinary, as was H`rrogate
yesterday, I can't pick between them? I'm really struggling
actually. I'm a cycling geek and it was a great race today. It was a
good winner today. What's this done for Yorkshire in terms of a venue
for cycling? It's a start. Honestly, look, look at the weather we've had.
look, look at the weather wd've had. People will be making holiday plans,
second, with this place, it can do races, I would love to think the
time's come, I'll be intervhew time's come, I'll be intervhew
someone that saw this ten or 15 years down the road. It's been
tipped as the top Grand Dep`rt years down the road. It's bden
tipped as the top Grand Depart ever. Would you agree? Absolutely. No
question. Thank you Matt and Brian.
Wow, what a weekend it's bedn, Harry. The world's biggest annual
sporting event past through God s sporting event past through God s
own county and didn't we do it proud? Certainly did. We are going
proud? Certainly did. We ard going to leave you with Le Grand Depart
anthem, the Road by Alastair Griffin and we are going to show yot
anthem, the Road by Alastair Griffin and we are going to show you some of
and we are going to show yot some of the stunning images that have made
this weekend absolutely astonishing as far as everyone was concerned.
From all of us here, good nhght From all of us here, good night.
# Feel your heart # The `
beating drum # Mystified
# And see the light # Time has come
# You and me # Out there
# This day is out # The road will take you home
Harry Gration and Amy Garcia present a special edition of the programme looking back at the weekend the Tour de France came to Yorkshire.