Extraordinary moments from the history of the Olympic Games are told in words and songs.
Chris While sings Born This Way.
Boo Hewerdine sings In the Long Run.
Jez Lowe sings The Ballad Of Dorando and Johnny.
Nancy Kerr sings So Close to the Line.
Bob Fox sings the story of double Olympic marathon champion Waldemar Cierpinski.
Julie Matthews sings Lonely Distance Runner.
The story of how steroids have blighted the Olympics.
The story of how too much testosterone had a lasting impact on one young female athlete.
Jim Thorpe's story- he was stripped of his medals but they were reinstated 75 years later.
This programme looks at the effect that various boycotts and political protests had on the Oylmpics. Athletes who missed out on certain gold consider whether the protest was worth it.
The effect the USA's boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics had on its athletes.
Track athlete John Carlos on his 'Black Power' salute at the Mexico 1968 Olympics.
Explore how London 2012 will alter our athletes and the audiences watching.
What makes an ordinary individual turn into an Olympic Athlete?
Hear how it really feels to get a gold medal.
The winner takes it all, but what happens if you are the looser?
British show jumper Tim Stockdale reveals his fight back to fitness after breaking his neck.
Hear how athletes reflect on their medals and competitions upon retirement.
Hear how the 1972 Games were supposed to be a beacon of multiculturalism and democracy.
Hear how Olga Korbut changed the face of modern Gymnastics in 1972.
Hear how Mary Peters won gold in the 1972 pentathlon for her home city, Belfast.
Hear how the Palestinian Black September terrorists took the Israeli Olympic team hostage.
Hear how the Munich Massacre ended in a botched rescue attempt.
Hear the sad story of Mark Slavin, the murdered Israeli wrestler.