The World Cup on 5 live
Last Thursday was the BBC's media launch for the World Cup.
We have been working on our plans at 5 live for months - in fact, I remember spending most of New Year writing up our first draft schedule.
Anything can happen though to change plans at the last minute as I found out when I took a call from Adrian, the 5 live controller, first thing on Wednesday morning, the day before the launch.
Our colleagues down the corridor in the BBC TV football team had made their decision that Colin Murray was the man they wanted to step into Adrian Chiles' shoes on Match of the Day 2 next season, and in an ideal world Colin would start his work with them at the World Cup this summer.
It was too good an opportunity for Colin to stand in his way, so we had to act quickly.
After a discussion with the boss, I picked up the phone and gave Mark Chapman a call. Needless to say he's thrilled to bits to be playing a big part in our South Africa plans as he takes on the role we had planned for Colin with lots of presenting from stadiums and other venues across South Africa.
It all starts on June 11th with Mark Pougatch hosting the opening game - South Africa v Mexico - from Johannesburg.
Nicky Campbell will be hosting World Cup Breakfast every day from South Africa whilst England are still in it. Wednesday June 16th promises to be one of the highlights when Nicky will be presenting from Soweto on South Africa Day.
Reporter Colin Paterson will be on the BBC bus which is spending 5 weeks travelling across the country - leaving Johannesburg on the day of the opening game and arriving in Capetown on the day of the final.
We will have commentators at every match, with Alan Green taking phone calls in special 606 shows within minutes of the end of every England match.
We have commissioned a programmed from independent producers USP called "Armchair World Cup" which will be hosted by comedian Alan Davies who really enjoyed standing in for Colin Murray on Fighting Talk earlier this year. This will be live from our London studios with a preview show on Saturday June 5th at 11am, and then regular Sunday morning shows during the tournament itself at 11am.
Danny Baker is also a major part of our World Cup schedule. He will be hosting two shows a week during the tournament - his Saturday morning programme and a midweek bonus extra hour on Wednesdays at 9.30pm.
There'll be daily World Cup podcast containing the highlights of all the above and there's also a new World Cup quiz game being prepared for our website.
It's a really busy summer because we also have Andy Murray's attempts to win Wimbledon. All the fun in SW19 starts on Monday June 21st with hosts Richard Bacon and Clare Balding. Both Michael Stich and Pat Cash are back again with their analysis and correspondent Jonathan Overend leads the commentary team.
I'm hoping for not too many more phone calls from the boss saying we need to make some big staffing changes. I think our World Cup planners Joanne Watson and Tracy Barwell would throttle me.
So that's what we have planned. The live commentaries remain as important as ever, but Nicky Campbell's outside broadcasts I think will really capture the mood and feel of the host nation, and Danny Baker and Alan Davies will make sure we don't take it all too seriously.
Jonathan Wall is the Commissioning Editor for 5 live and 5 live Sports Extra