Hey, Cav, nice to see you, what have you been up to for the last 5 years? Oh, not much, hanging out, keeping busy, minding my own business, been a bit under the weather, to be honest. What you doing today, then? Hm, dunno, thought maybe I might take out stage 4 of the Tour de France. Really? You’re, like, 36. Well, you never know, stranger things have happened. Good luck with that, mate. Beer later? And chips! Yeah, why not, it’s a date - I know a great little moules-frites joint in Fougeres. Ned Boulting, Matt Rendell, Pete Kennaugh and David Millar discuss yet another remarkable day in what’s turning out to be a vintage renewal of the greatest bike race on earth. We also hear from Mark Cavendish himself, who was understandably emotional after his win, given his well-documented battles with the Epstein-Barr virus, a succession of injuries and clinical depression. It really is great to have him back where he belongs.