With less than two weeks to go until the 2024 Isle of Man TT Races, there’s not long to wait to see, hear, and feel the first bikes take to Bray Hill.

And, as ever, a crack-team of broadcasters and pundits are on hand to take you through every breath-taking moment – online, on TV, and over the airwaves.


Taking the lead across the TT+ Live Pass coverage and television highlights are the familiar faces of Matt Roberts, Grace Webb, and Rick Faragher, who will be broadcasting from across the TT paddock as well as the all-new the TT Studio in the heart of the famous Fan Park.

As well as the regular faces in front of camera, there are two familiar voices back behind the mic as Steve Day and Jamie Whitham both make a welcome return to the TT broadcast team. The regular pairing from the British Championship coverage will team up in the TT commentary box, bringing you all the action from 5 qualifying and 6 race days - live and uninterrupted, exclusively on TT+.

Supporting the gang on the ground and the men on the mic is your team of expert pundits, with 150 race starts and an impressive 22 TT race wins between them.

Cameron Donald, Mark Miller, Patrick Farrance and Steve Plater all return to the TV coverage once again, whilst Tom Birchall - the most successful sidecar passenger of all time - makes his broadcast debut at TT 2024.


Leading the iconic Radio TT coverage will be the customary team of Chris Boyde, Chris Kinley and Beth Espey, with the trio of esteemed Manx broadcasters joined by TT fan favourite, Lee Johnston, in the Co-Commentator role after announcing his withdrawal from TT 2024.

Jenny Tinmouth – the fastest woman ever around the TT Course – is back once again to provide invaluable insight and analysis to proceedings, with Birchall and Farrance also picking up a mic to talk all things sidecar.

For more information on how to follow this year's TT, check out the Follow Section of the website.