Series 1

Comedy starring Hugh Bonneville, following the team responsible for delivering the biggest show on earth: the 2012 Olympics. Twenty Twelve will return soon.

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6/6 The decision to hold the equestrian events in Greenwich Park is not popular with locals.

Thu 9 Feb 2012 02:45 BBC Four

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  • Watch the trailer for Twenty Twelve

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    Starring Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore, Olivia Colman, Vincent Franklin and Karl Theobald, and narrated by David Tennant. Twenty Twelve is a new six-part comic documentary series about the people paddling hard beneath the water to make the Olympics happen in London in 2012. You’re organising the Biggest Show on Earth. You’ve got £9bn to spend and plenty of time before the deadline. What can possibly go wrong?

    Follow the deliverance team as they do their level best to get to the end of the day, the end of the week - and, ideally - the end of the Olympics without all the wheels coming off at once.

  • Twenty Twelve on BBC London News

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    Lord Coe's cameo appearance in Twenty Twelve is featured on BBC London News.

  • The ideas behind Twenty Twelve

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    Jon Plowman, Executive Producer of Twenty Twelve, talks about how the series came to be.

  • Ian Fletcher, Head of Deliverance AKA Hugh Bonneville

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    Favourite saying: "So... no. Basically, it's all good."

    Ian is a man who has got where he has because of his unique capacity to stay calm under pressure. Ian has the ability to remain relentlessly positive even when all evidence points in the opposite direction.

  • Siobhan Sharpe, Head of Brand AKA Jessica Hynes

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    Favourite saying: "Guys we are where we are with this, and that's never a good place to be."

    Siobhan was born in Harpenden but thinks she's American.

    Getting the Olympic account at Twenty Twelve's PR company Perfect Curve is the biggest thing that's ever happened to Siobhan, and certainly bigger than what is likely to happen to her career afterwards.

  • Nick Jowett, Head of Contracts AKA Vincent Franklin

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    Favourite saying: "I don't care who you are. I'm sorry, I'm from Yorkshire - I'm not having it."

    Nick "I Can't Allow It" Jowett is a plain speaking Yorkshire man and the Geoffrey Boycott of the accounting world.

  • Kay Hope, Head of Sustainability AKA Amelia Bullmore

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    Favourite saying: "Sustainability is not the same as Legacy."

    Kay is tirelessly committed to the principle of embedding sustainability across all aspects of Twenty Twelve's delivery, which is particularly important given that no one seems to know exactly what sustainability is.

  • Graham Hitchins, Head of Infrastructure AKA Karl Theobald

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    Favourite saying: "That's all fine. You mean this Friday?"

    It will of course be a disaster for London and for Britain if the infrastructure for the Twenty Twelve games goes wrong. And that's where Graham Hitchins comes in.

  • Sally Owen, PA to Ian Fletcher AKA Olivia Colman

    Sally Owen, PA to Ian Fletcher AKA Olivia Colman

    Favourite saying: "That's fine, not a problem. I've already done it."

    Sally is super-loyal, ultra-efficient, and hyper-protective of Ian, for the very good reason that she is in love with him.

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