Series 1, Episode 1
With time ticking inexorably downwards, the marketing team come up with a major public event to mark the 1,000 days to the milestone. A huge clock designed by a modern British artist will be installed outside the Tate Modern on the banks of the Thames in a ceremony hosted by both Sebastian Coe and Boris Johnson and will count down towards the start of the Olympic Games. The only problem is that the clock has a potentially disastrous design flaw which no one seems to have noticed until it's too late...
Meanwhile, the process of deciding which public figures should be approached to carry the Olympic Torch on its journey around Britain has begun, and head of deliverance Ian Fletcher discovers that he is going on a romantic mini-break with his wife, whether he likes it or not...
- Monday 14th March 2011
- BBC Four
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Hugh Bonneville||Ian Fletcher|
|Jessica Hynes||Siobhan Sharpe|
|Amelia Bullmore||Kay Hope|
|Karl Theobald||Graham Hitchins|
|Vincent Franklin||Nick Jowett|
|Olivia Colman||Sally Owen|
|Alex Beckett||Barney Lumsden|
|Nicholas Gleaves||Anthony Preston|
|Marcus Onilude||Shaquille Johnson|
|Jon Plowman||Executive Producer|
The Marketing team come up with a major public event to mark the 1000 days to go milestone. The re-launch of the Twenty Twelve website and a clock counting down 1000 days to the start of the London Olympics in 2012.
1000 days to go sees the re-launch of the Twenty Twelve website. Ian Fletcher fears website designer Barney Lumsden hasn't quite got what it takes as the clock literally counts down to the start of the London Olympics in 2012.