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From East Ham to Leigh-on-Sea. Leaving the Olympics behind for a breath of fresh air
Meet three Greenwich residents who are having their say on the role of Greenwich in the Olympics
Meet people who live or work in Tower Hamlets and hear how they think 2012 will change the borough
Plans to create an historic photo of East London that measures a kilometre long.
London’s waterways are proving to be an exciting prospect for logistics manager Paul Rainer
Young filmmakers in Newham share their Olympic dreams with their peers around the world
Excavating the Olympic site is a massive task for archaeologist Kieron Tyler
We re-visit staff and pupils at Carpenters Primary - the school closest to the 2012 site
Being so close to the games will be a unique experience which will have its up and downs.
According to Omar there are more pressing concerns for the local community than the coming games
Len looks at how development for the Games is affecting the environment around him
Increased cultural awareness is what Rani Bilkhu is hoping for at the 2012 Olympics
Len walks around sites that are being changed for the 2012 Games and talks to those affected
2012 Audio & Video reports
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