Programme Index

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Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 2: 09.00-11.30

Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

on BBC One Wales

The action gets under way on day two, with 14 gold medals at stake over the next fifteen hours of competition. Events featured include the men's lightweight double sculls. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
John Inverdale
Presenter:
Clare Balding
Commentator:
Garry Herbert
Commentator:
Andy Jameson
Commentator:
Adrian Moorhouse
Commentator:
Sharron Davies

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 2: 11.30-13.00

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC One Wales

Action from the rowing at Eton Dorney and the swimming at the Aquatics Centre, as Rebecca Adlington begins the defence of her 400m freestyle title. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
John Inverdale
Presenter:
Clare Balding
Commentator:
Garry Herbert
Commentator:
Andy Jameson
Commentator:
Adrian Moorhouse
Commentator:
Sharron Davies

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 2: 13.10-17.00

Duration: 3 hours, 50 minutes

on BBC One Wales

The world's leading road cyclists prepare to do battle over the closing stages of the women's road race, culminating in a finish at The Mall. Jake Humphrey presents. Show more

Contributors

Director:
Pete Andrews
Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
Jake Humphrey
Presenter:
Sue Barker
Commentator:
Hugh Porter
Commentator:
Jill Douglas

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 2: 19.00-22.00

Duration: 3 hours

on BBC One Wales

Four more swimming medals are won at the Aquatics Centre, with the spotlight on Britain's golden girl Rebecca Adlington as she seeks to defend her women's 400m freestyle title. Show more

Contributors

Director:
Paul Davies
Presenter:
Gary Lineker
Presenter:
Clare Balding
Commentator:
Andy Jameson
Commentator:
Adrian Moorhouse
Commentator:
Sharron Davies

BBC One Wales

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