Britain's Greatest Olympic Moments, to be broadcast on BBC One on Saturday, will conclude the BBC's programmes looking back at past Olympics.
The special programme features a countdown of the top 25 British performances at summer Games.
You can follow live text on the BBC Sport website while the public have also voted for their favourite moment.
The BBC has also shown highlights from the past three Games with 12 days of dedicated Olympics Rewind shows.
Meanwhile, Olympic Secrets on BBC iPlayer allowed viewers to watch key moments alongside some of Britain's greatest Olympians.
Britain's Greatest Olympic moments
Saturday, 25 July - BBC One, 13:15-16:30
This special bumper show counts down the top 25 moments from Britain's summer Olympics since Tokyo 1964. But which one will come out top?
We will also be counting down with the TV programme via a live text, and you can get involved by tweeting your favourite moments using #bbcolympics.
The show is full of inspiration and emotion, with highlights including legendary moments from London 2012, Moscow 1980, Los Angeles 1984, Barcelona 1992, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and Rio 2016.
Olympic Secrets schedule
Re-live some key moments from Beijing, London and Rio through the eyes of some of our greatest Olympians.
- 14 July - Rebecca Adlington tells Mark Foster how she won Beijing gold (22:30, Red Button)
- 15 July - Sir Chris Hoy chats to Jill Douglas about his Olympic success (22:30, Red Button)
- 16 July - Leon Taylor gets the lowdown from champion diver Tom Daley (22:30, Red Button)
- 18 July - Matt Baker talks to the men's gymnastics team (17:10, Red Button)
- 19 July - Mike Costello asks Nicola Adams and Luke Campbell how they won gold (20:05, Red Button)
- 20 July - Steve Cram interviews Andrew Osagie about David Rudisha's staggering London 2012 800m world record (17:15, Red Button)
- 22 July: Max Whitlock relives how he won two golds on the same day (17:15, Red Button)
- 23 July: Michael Johnson gets the inside story from Wayde van Niekerk about his stunning 400m gold in Rio (20:00, Red Button)
- 24 July: Sam Quek talks to her GB gold medal-winning hockey team-mates (18:00, Red Button)
All times BST and subject to late changes. All the programmes will be available on BBC iPlayer from 00:01 on the day they go out on Red Button.