Twenty Twelve: Final Episode Tonight

The final ever episode of Twenty Twelve  can be seen on BBC Two tonight. The award-winning comedy series, starring Hugh Bonneville, Olivia Colman and Jessica Hynes and narrated by David Tennant has been following the fictional Olympic Deliverance Committee - often with uncanny parallels to real life - as they attempt to deliver the biggest show on earth - the London 2012 Olympics.

About the episode:

Loose Ends

Ten days left to try to tie up loose ends before the Deliverance Team finally hands over to the Live Team. Issues include what to do when it's discovered that the fireworks planned for the Opening Ceremony will trigger all the ground to air missiles that are in place for the Games; how to respond when the environmentally sound charging stations installed for the official Olympic electric cars turn out to charge so slowly that the entire fleet will quickly become plugged in, unable to move; and how handle a much publicised competition to compose a special peal of church bells to ring in the dawn of the Opening Day but which so far has attracted only two entries.
On a personal note, newly divorced and soon to be redundant Ian has some loose ends of his own, including what to do with the rest of his life and what to do about Sally.

Watch Twenty Twelve tonight on BBC Two and BBC HD at 10.00pm.