Packed programme at one year to go
I was told the other day that for any host city the final year up to the Games flies by. I can believe that based on how quickly time seems to have zoomed by already - since July 2009 when I started blogging here, and since July 2005 when London's bid wowed the IOC in Singapore.
On Wednesday most of the nation has spotted it's one year to go to the Opening Ceremony; and in the way that we can now see the Olympic buildings almost complete and experience the test events, the BBC's plans are firming up too. We've got a much clearer idea of what you'll be seeing and hearing from us in the next 12 months.
The biggest volume, of course, will be in Sport and News - with this week's "Olympics 2012: One Year To Go" an example of the collaboration between those two BBC divisions.
Wednesday will see coverage across tv, radio and online; and we're global, national and local too. So you can watch the Trafalgar Square ceremonies live internationally on BBC World News as well as hear more on your BBC local radio station. It's online too.
The pace of events for London 2012 is picking up with one year to go
The planning for the 17 days of Olympic sporting action and for the build-up to it is intense; but as this blog has shown, it's not just News and Sport who are creating the 2012 experience. I've previously talked mainly about what we like to call "genres" - music or factual or whatever. But here's what it's starting to look like for our main channels.
On television - BBC One will be the home of the Olympic Games and the biggest events of the year, but it's also commissioning some interesting-looking sport documentaries; a flagship drama; and you'll see the 2012 story woven through a number of its popular shows.
BBC Two will be the platform for the best moments of the Cultural Olympiad and the London 2012 Festival - such as the Sam Mendes Shakespeare films - alongside more sporty Olympic offerings like its planned history series.
BBC Three is the television home for the Hackney music event, and will be playing a major role in our live coverage. They have documentary and entertainment ideas in mind too.
BBC Four has given the world "Twenty Twelve", currently getting a run on BBC Two and commissioned for a second series. It will also carry some of the cultural offerings.
On radio - Radio 1 is committed to its largest ever live event as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Radio 2 is keen on the Torch relay, and we're expecting them to be around Olympic and music venues next summer.
Radio 3 will be broadcasting a truly special Proms season in 2012 after its Music Nation weekend in March.
Radio 4 has a landmark sport series in the pipeline and more of the cultural offerings of the year alongside its daily news programmes' scrutiny of events.
And Radio 5 Live will be at the heart of everything 2012, including being the official radio station for both the Olympics and Paralympics.
There's a lot more still to be slotted in, and that's without mentioning our nations and regions or World Service or World Olympic Dreams or online or red button and the digital avalanche coming your way. All of it will be fleshed out in the coming months.
My resolution for One Year To Go is to stop saying that we're trying not to launch things too early - because now, with that celebrated clock ticking away, it really is time to start building the excitement.