Here’s our guide to how to listen to our Friends of the Podcast specials as well as our regular shows.


New episodes will appear on the Latest episode and Friends of The Podcast pages. To download or stream our special shows, you will need to log in.

You can find instructions on how to listen on a phone or tablet here GET 2015 FOTP EPISODES ON MY PHONE and GET 2016 FOTP EPISODES ON MY PHONE.

Click here for information on adding the 2017 episodes to your phone.

You will need to log in to view these pages.

Our Friends Special feeds are supported by all major Podcast Applications on iOS and Android including; Downcast, iTunes, Overcast, Podcast Addict, PocketCasts, Podcasts(iOS), Podkicker, Podcast Republic and RSS Radio. If you want to enquire about compatibility with a different app, please contact

If you are yet to become a friend, click on the Become a Friend page and follow the on-screen instructions.


We release our regular shows every Thursday morning, although there may be the occasional bonus episode from time to time. During the Tour de France we will produce daily shows.

There are lots of ways to listen and you will be able to stream or download our episodes depending on which website or App you choose.

Here are some of the most popular ways to listen:

The Cycling Podcast website
All our shows will be posted on this website as soon as they go online.

Perhaps the most popular way to keep up with the show. Subscribe to The Telegraph Cycling Podcast on the Podcasts App and your feed will automatically update meaning you will never miss an episode.
Subscribe to the itunes Feed

Subscribe to the Audioboom RSS Feed
Audioboom now requires its users to register and login in order to listen to content.

You can download our episodes from Soundcloud.
Subscribe to the Soundcloud RSS Feed



Other Apps
There are also a host of third-party podcast apps or podcatchers. Some are free, some are paid-for apps, including Instacast, iCatcher, Downcast, BeyondPod, Doggcatcher, PocketCasts and AntennaPod. Search for The Telegraph Cycling Podcast or The Cycling Podcast to find us.

If you have any technical problems email us at