If it's Tuesday this must be Birmingham...
The BBC 2012 project team is on tour - heading to the major centres of the UK to debate with BBC colleagues and key opinion-formers just how the Olympics can be of benefit to the whole of the country.
It is, of course, unavoidable that much of the focus of the Olympic Games is on London. The award is to a host city, and it's London's mayor who received the Olympic flag from the mayor of Beijing.
But the London organisers have always said they wanted to involve the rest of the UK as much as possible and as we travel around we're picking out some themes at this stage that could get the spirit of the Games beyond the capital.
First is the Torch relay.
After the problems that beset the Beijing relay, this one will be pretty much entirely within the UK - and the promise is it will come within an hour of 95 per cent of the population.
It should be a big moment when it arrives in our major towns and cities, and the planning is just starting.
Second is the Cultural Olympiad, about which I wrote recently to a fair amount of indifference - but the music, art and performance will only work if they win hearts and minds well beyond London.
Third is the training camps: the plans of major competitor nations to base themselves around the country, spreading some of the economic benefits and building interest in the Games.
It's hard to avoid the cliche that Australian swimmers have already created a splash in Manchester (and Manchester's press release fell right in), while Loughborough will be turning Japanese and Birmingham's expecting the Americans.
And the organisers have been clear there are wider economic gains too - with more work for hundreds of businesses extending well beyond the capital.
But is this enough?
Some commentators in the regional press are sure it's not and a number of callers on 5 Live last week had a similar point-of-view.
So should the decision-makers just accept that London is the host city and will do disproportionately well from the Games - or how would you like your city, region or nation to try to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime showcase?