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What time does the NASCAR race start today? TV schedule, channel for New Hampshire race

For anyone who’s asking “What time is the NASCAR race today?” the answer is that it’s in NASCAR’s preferred window for races.

The Cup Series is in New Hampshire this weekend for the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301. The event is scheduled for a mid-afternoon start.

NASCAR is holding the majority of its 2021 Cup Series races in the daytime; the next night race will be Aug. 28, for the regular-season finale at Daytona.

Below is all you need to know about the schedule for Sunday’s race at New Hampshire:

MORE: Watch today’s NASCAR race live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

What time does the NASCAR race start today?

  • Race: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301
  • Date: Sunday, July 18
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET (TV time)

The green flag for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway is scheduled to drop at 3:18 p.m. ET.

There is a good chance the start of the race will be delayed. The National Weather Service’s forecast for Loudon, N.H., on Sunday is for showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Skies will be mostly cloudy and the high temperature will be in the high 70s. There is a 60 percent chance of precipitation.

MORE: New Hampshire lineup, starting order set without qualifying

What channel is NASCAR on today?

  • TV channel: NBCSN (TSN in Canada)
  • Live stream: NBCSports.com | fuboTV (7-day free trial)
  • Radio: PRN

NBCSN’s programming will begin at 2:30 p.m. with the “Countdown to Green” prerace show, followed by race coverage beginning at 3 p.m. ET. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte will call the race and provide analysis. Marty Snider and Dillon Welch will be the pit reporters.

NASCAR live stream for New Hampshire race

Anyone who has a cable or satellite subscription can stream Sunday’s NASCAR race from New Hampshire live via NBCSports.com or the NBC Sports App.

For those who don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, there are five over-the-top (OTT) TV streaming options that carry NBC and NBCSN — AT&T TV, fuboTV, Hulu, Sling and YouTubeTV.

Below are links to each:

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 schedule

Below is the remaining schedule for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series regular season and playoffs, beginning with Sunday’s race at New Hampshire, the 22nd race of the season.

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 regular season

Date Race Track Time (ET) TV Radio
July 18 Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 New Hampshire Motor Speedway 3 p.m. NBCSN PRN
Aug. 8 Go Bowling at The Glen Watkins Glen International 3 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Aug. 15 Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard powered by Florida Georgia Line Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course 1 p.m. NBC IMS
Aug. 22 FireKeepers Casino 400 Michigan International Speedway 3 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Aug. 28 Coke Zero Sugar 400 Daytona International Speedway 7 p.m. NBC MRN

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 playoffs Round of 16

Date Race Track Time (ET) TV Radio
Sept. 5 Cook Out Southern 500 Darlington Raceway 6 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Sept. 11 Federated Auto Parts 400 Richmond Raceway 7:30 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Sept. 18 Bass Pro Shops Night Race Bristol Motor Speedway 7:30 p.m. NBCSN PRN

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 playoffs Round of 12

Date Race Track Time (ET) TV Radio
Sept. 26 South Point 400 Las Vegas Motor Speedway 7 p.m. NBCSN PRN
Oct. 3 YellaWood 500 Talladega Superspeedway 2 p.m. NBC MRN
Oct. 10 Bank of America ROVAL 400 Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course 2 p.m. NBC PRN

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 playoffs Round of 8

Date Race Track Time (ET) TV Radio
Oct. 17 Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 Texas Motor Speedway 2 p.m. NBC PRN
Oct. 24 Hollywood Casino 400 Kansas Speedway 3 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Oct. 31 Xfinity 500 Martinsville Speedway 2 p.m. NBC MRN

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 playoffs Championship 4

Date Race Track Time (ET) TV Radio
Nov. 7 NASCAR Cup Series Championship Phoenix Raceway 3 p.m. NBC MRN

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Vodafone will pay to replace channel removed from NOW TV subscribers

That includes access to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which will boast 55 live event feeds and 2,000 hours of on-demand action. Even though the six-month subscription is paid by Vodafone, you won’t be limited to stream shows and movies on your smartphone.

You’ll be able to use your Discovery+ anywhere with the app, including Sky Q, Fire TV, Apple TV and other popular set-top boxes, Smart TVs, and games consoles with access to streaming services.

If you’re subscribed to NOW and gutted about the recent removal – or even if you’ve subscribed to NOW and just fancy streaming the latest sporting action, documentary films or must-binge shows, you can redeem the offer right now. Using VeryMe or the Vodafone companion app on iPhone and Android, customers will be able to jump into a six-month subscription for free.

Find out if you’re eligible for the offer here.

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Your Samsung TV gets another FREE channel and the timing couldn’t be better

Samsung television users have already received a swathe of free content this year with a number of streaming services launching on these popular TVs. Now there’s another blockbuster channel arriving that won’t cost a penny to watch. Right before the kids break up for the long six-week school holidays, Rakuten TV has announced that it’s adding extra family entertainment to its portfolio with the launch of the LEGO channel in the UK.

This update is available right now via Rakuten TV with it showing a range of content from some of the toy firm’s most loved franchises including LEGO Friends, LEGO Ninjago and LEGO DC.

Along with those cartoon classics, fans can also discover content that will introduce them to the world of LEGO designers and builders. The channel runs throughout the day and evening with back-to-back episodes of these favourite shows.

If you weren’t already aware, Rakuten TV channels are currently accessible for free via the pre-insatlled app. Some Samsung TVs even feature a dedicated Rakuten button on the remote which takes users straight to the streaming platform.

Once loaded you’ll see free and subscription content along with a whole host of channels that are ad-support and don’t cost anything to watch.

If you have children in your house you’ll find a range kids and family content featuring popular TV shows such as Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep, and further branded channels including Brat TV, Cool School, DuckTV and Happykids.

Along with these current channels, the company anticipates additions to be rolled out in this category in the coming weeks, so watch this space.

The new LEGO channel arrives on Rakuten just a month after a number of other channels launched on Samsung TVs.

As part of the new barrage of content, Rakuten launched its own themed genres channels, from Rakuten Action, Rakuten Comedy, Drama, Spotlight, Rakuten Documentaries, and Family. There’s also Rakuten Movies and Rakuten Stories – a channel designed to bring Rakuten TV’s original and exclusive content.

“We are eager to contribute once again to the disruption of the entertainment industry with this major step on the growth and innovation on Rakuten TV, which aims to enrich our business model and content offer” stated Jacinto Roca, Founder and CEO at Rakuten TV.

“At a time when the entertainment sector is living an unprecedented transformation, and consumption habits are constantly evolving, we are striving to adapt our business model to meet users and advertisers needs at once.”

Author: David Snelling
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Your Sky Q box is getting a huge FREE boost and it’s all thanks to Channel 4

Speaking about the update Stephen van Rooyen, Executive VP & Chief Executive, UK & Europe at Sky said: “We know how much Sky customers love Channel 4’s content so it’s great that we’ve secured an extension, and expansion, to our existing agreement.

“The expansion of Channel 4’s content, alongside Sky’s existing partnerships, and the impressive slate of Sky Originals planned for this year, makes it even easier for Sky customers to access everything they love, in one place.”

And Alex Mahon, Chief Executive at Channel 4 added: “ I’m delighted to have agreed this deal which extends a longstanding and incredibly successful partnership between Channel 4 and Sky.”

News of this content boost from Channel 4 comes as Roku has also just announced that it is adding a swathe of new shows and movies to its popular Roku Channel.

Author: David Snelling
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NOW TV has lost a popular channel …and getting it back will cost you

If you’re desperate to catch up with every episode of 90 Day Fiancé, Ghost Adventures, and more, you might want to consider taking out a standalone subscription to Discovery+. You can get a slight discount if you pay for an annual subscription, which costs £49.99, or £4.20 a month.

Speaking about the decision to drop Discovery from NOW, a spokesperson for the company told ISPreview: “We are constantly evaluating the needs of our customers and aim to deliver an ever-changing range of high-quality content that they love. From June 30, Discovery content will no longer be available on NOW, however, our members can still enjoy fantastic shows from Sky Documentaries, Sky Crime and many more.”

The news comes a few weeks after NOW decided to add children’s live channels and boxsets to its Entertainment Membership at no extra cost. Priced at £9.99 a month, subscribers will get access to Sky One, Sky Atlantic, MTV, Sky Crime, Sky Documentaries, Sky Comedy, Challenge, National Geographic, and more. 

Author: Aaron Brown
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NOW TV viewers will lose a popular channel overnight, Sky confirms

Sky-owned streaming service NOW, formerly NOW TV, will remove popular Discovery channel from its Entertainment Membership. With no change in price, NOW subscribers will lose access to the channel. That includes both access to the live channel as well as on-demand content.

The first sign that something might be brewing was when NOW stripped out all mention of the Discovery channel from the FAQ section on its website earlier this month. If that sounds familiar, it’s likely because there was a threat that Sky Q customers could lose access to all Discovery-owned channels last year. However, the two companies reached a long-term agreement to keep the channels on its satellite service.

However, that clearly hasn’t helped those who watch Sky TV through its contract-free service, NOW.

Discovery recently launched its own streaming service, dubbed Discovery+, which includes its live channels and on-demand boxsets. There is a free subscription tier that includes access to live channels Really, Quest, Quest Red and a few more. There’s also catch-up shows from the last 30 days, but not access to the full on-demand catalogue. To get access to that, you’ll need to pay £4.99 a month.

As well as on-demand boxsets, Discovery+ adds access to all channels, including Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, and more.

If you’re desperate to catch up with every episode of 90 Day Fiancé, Ghost Adventures, and more, you might want to consider taking out a standalone subscription to Discovery+. You can get a slight discount if you pay for an annual subscription, which costs £49.99, or £4.20 a month.

Speaking about the decision to drop Discovery from NOW, a spokesperson for the company told ISPreview: “We are constantly evaluating the needs of our customers and aim to deliver an ever-changing range of high-quality content that they love. From June 30, Discovery content will no longer be available on NOW, however our members can still enjoy fantastic shows from Sky Documentaries, Sky Crime and many more.”

The news comes a few weeks after NOW decided to add children’s live channels and boxsets to its Entertainment Membership at no extra cost. Priced at £9.99 a month, subscribers will get access to Sky One, Sky Atlantic, MTV, Sky Crime, Sky Documentaries, Sky Comedy, Challenge, National Geographic, and more.

The latest shake-up also saw Sky increase the price of its NOW Boost add-on service for all new customers. Currently, £3 a month, those joining the contract-free streaming service after July 15, 2021 will need to pay an extra £5 a month to unlock 1080p High Definition, the ability to stream on multiple screens in the same house with the same subscription, Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound, and 50 frames-per-second for sports.

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Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen 'force to be reckoned with', claims Channel 5 co-star

Former Blue Peter presenter Helen, 37, recently fronted the hit Channel 5 programme, alongside Jules Hudson from Cannon Hall Farm, Barnsley, South Yorks.

Helen has openly praised her friend, Amanda, 46, who documents her life with her nine children and thousands of animals in Our Yorkshire Farm.

Amanda has appeared alongside Helen in On The Farm in the past, offering her words of wisdom to the mum of two.

Now, in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Helen has shared her true thoughts on her friend.

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Speaking about Amanda’s popularity, Helen said: “Well she’s an inspirational woman, she’s a force to be reckoned with.

“I’m not surprised that so many people love her series because I think she probably does what lots of people want to do.”

Helen continued: “She has her kids about cooking and budgeting and rural life and looking after animals and husbandry and with all of that comes empathy and life skills.

“I’m really thrilled that so many people are behind that show, because it’s not an easy way of life but it’s an enviable way of life. She makes it work.”

Helen, who resides with her husband, Leeds Rhinos rugby ace, Richie Myler, and their two children Ernie, six, and Louis, four, in Leeds, admits that after growing up on a farm in rural Cumbria, it’s something she often considers returning to.

She explained: “Every six months I say to my husband, ‘Let’s do something different and go and farm,’ and then my parents are like, ’It’s a hard way to make a living’ and it is, [but] it’s a really fantastic lifestyle.

“When you have seen it like I have and you’ve grown up in a climate of all the things like foot and mouth and BSE and all the rest of it, I know that I’m very lucky to do a job that I like so I’ll hang on to it for as long as I can.

“Hopefully my dad will stay living on the farm as long as he can so I still get that as my second home, my family home. I’m very lucky that my parents live where I grew up so I go and visit my parents all the time.”

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Helen, who is currently a judge for National Grid’s Voices for a Green future competition, admitted that she was left blown away after seeing viewing figures come in for her programmes including On The Farm and Countryfile.

She revealed: “We get millions of viewers on On The Farm – it always surprises me when people are as glued to the countryside.

“I sort of grew up on a farm in rural Cumbria and that was my life and I loved it. I’m passionate about it, but I don’t think I ever really expected people in central Manchester or central Liverpool to be as interested in rural affairs as they are.”

The small screen star added: “It just goes to show, it’s a credit to how many people in this country love our countryside.

“I think that it’s actually a credit to us as a nation, I’ve been really lucky I’ve lived abroad and I’ve done a lot of travelling and I feel very, very grateful for that but the thing that brings everybody back to the UK is what we have on our doorsteps, you know this green and glorious land and I think shows like Countryfile and On The Farm celebrate that, so I’m always humbled and flattered.”

Helen is a judge for National Grid’s Voices for a Green Future competition, offering young people a voice on climate change. 

Children aged 7 – 15 who are in school years 3 to 10 can enter the competition by sharing how they would look after the planet if they were in charge. Four lucky winners will have their ideas broadcast at COP26 in front of world leaders this November.

To enter, visit www.nationalgrid.com/voicesforagreenfuture.

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GB News viewing figures: How 'anti-woke' channel ratings compare as it takes on Sky & BBC

Since GB News’ opening night, things haven’t gotten much better in terms of the technical side of things.

The news channel has faced a variety of technical blunders, advertisers pulling their campaigns, and an embarrassing on-air prank.

Further revelation shows GB News has sparked a flood of Ofcom complaints, with hundreds contacting the broadcasting watchdog over Dan Wootton’s show.

The former The Sun showbiz journalist began his show on Sunday evening with a monologue over the then-rumoured delay to England’s delaying of lockdown easing.

Ofcom is said to have received 373 complaints after Mr Wootton said: “It’s increasingly clear now that there is a move among some pubic health officials and politicians to create an ultra-cautious biosecurity state, copying the likes of China.”

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GB News hails boycott victory – Full list of advertisers BACKING Andrew Neil's channel

Speaking on Thursday night, Mr Neil dismissed the Stop Funding Hate group, which published a list of companies whose adverts were seen on GB News in a bid to starve the channel of advertising income.

Mr Neil claimed the group were opponents of a free society and said firms which kowtowed to their demands were acting as the “useful idiots of bigots bent on censorship”.

He added: “It is quite remarkable that serious executives and well-established companies can be so easily cowed.

“They have all taken the knee to Stop Funding Hate. It is important they – and you – realise to whom they are in thrall.

“Stop Funding Hate does not stand for a liberal, inclusive society. It is dominated by far-Left agitators and cranks that push for advertiser boycotts of any media organisation with which it disagrees.”

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A new TV channel is launching in the UK this weekend

GB News is launching this weekend for the first time in two decades.

The new shoe, which airs on Sunday June 13 at 8pm, will be coming to freeview.

The chairman, former BBC presenter Andrew Neil, will launch the channel with a show called Welcome to GB News, Yorkshire Live reports.

Presenters who have been recruited are said to have “a bit of edge, a bit of attitude, personality” and said the channel will not be Britain’s version of Fox News.

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Director of news John McAndrew told Press Gazette: “My view of our channel, and certainly how it’s going to be, is that it will be a very warm, inclusive channel where disagreements will be had, tough subjects will absolutely be taken on, but they’ll be taken on in a classy and courteous fashion.

“What this won’t be is a hate-filled divisive shout-fest that some people seem to have characterised it as, which is 180 degrees away from where we want to be.”

Here is all you need to know about GB News.

What is GB News?

Former BBC presenter Andrew Neil will launch the show

GB News will be a freeview television news channel.

Unlike a traditional 24-hour news cycle programme, GB News will instead will be a mix of news, opinion, and debate – rather than what is known as rolling news.

The channel plans to air 6,500 hours a year of “original news, opinion and debate” and will be channel 515 on Sky, 626 on Virgin, 236 on YouView and 216 on Freesat.

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It will also launch a range of streaming, video on-demand and audio services that can be accessed online. It has also announced plans for a radio station.

Who are the presenters?

Michelle Dewberry is one of the faces of GB News, which launch on Sunday
Michelle Dewberry is one of the faces of GB News, which launch on Sunday

GB News has been gradually announcing its roster of presenters and journalists in recent weeks.

The venture is being spearheaded by Andrew Neil, whilst Simon McCoy, Colin Brazier, Dan Wootton, Kirsty Gallacher.

Other hires include Michelle Dewberry, Andrew Doyle, Inaya Folarin Iman, Liam Halligan, Tom Harwood, Rebecca Hutson, Darren McCaffrey and Alex Phillips.

Rumours continue to speculate around Piers Morgan potentially joining the GB News team after his controversial exit from Good Morning Britain.

However, nothing has been confirmed as GB News continue to announce their new appointments.

What shows will air?

On May 21, GB News announced the first of its programmes ahead of the launch.

Andrew Neil will lead the evening line-up with the prime time news and interview programme ‘Andrew Neil’, while Hull businesswoman and former Apprentice winner Michelle Dewsberry will hots ‘Dewbs & Co’ every weeknight.

Former Sun journalist Dan Wootton will host ‘Tonight Live with Dan Wootton’ five nights a week and broadcaster Nana Akua will have her own show too.

Neil Oliver will host ‘Neil Oliver Live’ and comedian Andrew Doyle will front ‘Free Speech Nation’, described as a ‘fearless filleting of the country’s thorniest debates with his wry take on current affairs.”.

Former ITV anchor Alistair Stewart will chair ‘Alistair Stewart & Friends’ with other shows set to be hosted by Colin Brazier and Merct Muroki as well as ex-Labour MP Gloria Del Piero and Liam Halligan.

The morning offering will the launch of ‘The Great British Breakfast’, which will be fronted by Nana Akua, Kirsty Gallacher, Rebecca Hutson, Inaya Folarin Iman, Darren McCaffrey and Rosie Wright.

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