Extra : 2012 Olympics BBC - Games Presentation
This section is for the titles, graphics and presentation used by programmes covering the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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The main titles for the BBC's 'Olympics 2012' programmes. The animation is called 'Stadium UK' and was created by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe Y&R, animated by Passion Pictures and produced by Red Bee Media. 'First Steps' - the BBC's main theme - was composed by Elbow and performed with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the NovaVox gospel choir. (Broadcast 3.30pm 25th July 2012 on BBC ONE HD)
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The main BBC ONE studio set overlooking the Olympic Park.
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The BBC ONE studio set with blue floor lighting.
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The BBC ONE set dressed for Olympic Breakfast.
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The BBC's main Olympic studios are in the Olympic Park, not far from the main stadium itself.
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BBC Three's 'open-air' studio whilst covered is open to the elements, and also has superb view from its position within the Olympic Park.
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More angles of the BBC THREE studio.
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Presentation position within the main Olympic stadium.
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Scores and fixtures graphics.
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Graphics introducing the next event - here with a beautiful shot from below the cauldron lit by the Olympic flame.
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Headlines and timetables graphics.
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Highlights animation based on the rings as seen in the BBC ONE studio set, backed by the Stadium UK backdrop.
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Further highlights graphics.
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The first day's medals table.
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Programming information - with an interesting typo on the last slide...
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Copyright graphic.