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London 2012 Olympics: BBC vows it will 'never miss a moment'

guardian.co.uk
Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Gary Lineker and Sue Barker to head coverage, which will take in 26 TV channels, three radio stations and the internet

The BBC has promised viewers they will "never miss a moment" of the London Olympics as it unveiled full details of its 2,500 hours of TV, radio and online coverage headed by Gary Lineker and Sue...
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