Catastrophisation

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Twenty Twelve, Series 2 Episode 5 of 7

Duration: 29 minutes

Thirty two days to go, and with Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher chairing the final ever meeting of the Twenty Twelve Security Committee's Special Catastrophisation Unit, it emerges that someone has been caught converting official Olympic starting pistols to fire live rounds. With the US Security Forward Team about to arrive to review security arrangements for the Games, the challenge is to find a way of handling this piece of news that doesn't involve shooting themselves in the foot.

Meanwhile Kay Hope continues her one woman quest to find a Sustainable use for the Stadium post Games, and Siobhan Sharpe and her team at Perfect Curve take on the task of re-branding the Twenty Twelve Travel Advice Pack in such a way that no-one will ever have to read it.

Credits

Ian Fletcher
Hugh Bonneville
Kay Hope
Amelia Bullmore
Fi Healey
Morven Christie
Nick Jowett
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud
Samuel Barnett
Narrator
David Tennant
Producer
Catherine Gosling Fuller
Director
John Morton
Writer
John Morton
Series Producer
Paul Schlesinger
Executive Producer
Jon Plowman
Dave Mills
Glen Davies
Rachel Crane
Robin Weaver
Bob Burford
Christopher Fulford
Coco lomax
Sara Pascoe
Barney Lumsden
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx
Joel Fry
Waiter
Jamie Di Spirito
Brian McLoughlin
Frankie McCafferty
Scott Coldwell
Martin McDougall
Ryan Burr
Bentley Kalu
Security Guard
Jane Whittenshaw

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