Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore and Olivia Colman star in this mock-documentary following the challenges faced by the team responsible for delivering the biggest show on Earth: the 2012 London Olympics. It's all in a day's work for the men and women whose job it is to stage the greatest sporting event in the world.
The documentary cameras continue to follow the men and women responsible for delivering the London Olympic Games as they paddle increasingly hard to keep the games on track and on budget.
The Olympic Deliverance Committee plans the launch of "Inclusivity Day" in London on the same ady as Seb Coe's "Diversity Day" in Oldham. Siobhan's team devises a viral campaign to change the face of women's football.
With ten days left to try to tie up loose ends, the Deliverance Team's problems being to pile up.
The Olympic Deliverance Committee plans the launch of "Inclusivity Day" in London on the same day as Seb Coe's "Diversity Day" in Oldham. Siobhan's team devises a viral campaign to change the face of women's football.
With ten days left to try to tie up loose ends, the Deliverance Team's problems begin to pile up.
Siobhan's team design a major sexual health campaign, complete with a rap song ("Get It On"), which may upset the Catholic competitors.
A decision must be made about the future of the Olympic Stadium, and Clarence House has asked the ODC to look at ways of linking the Twenty Twelve Olympics with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee - is "Jubilympics" the perfect branding solution?
The second half of a very long day. The Algerians issue a deadline of midnight for a solution to their demand for a Shared Belief Centre which faces Mecca, while the French are now threatening to pull out of the Games if a separate mosque is built.
Ian chairs the final meeting of the Special Catastrophisation Unit. When someone gets caught modifying the Olympic starting pistols to fire live rounds, the news must be handled delicately.
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