10cf746e54 (13 episodes, 2011-2012) David Tennant . ^ Magnay, Jacquelin (16 July 2012). - K. It was first broadcast on UK television station BBC Four in March 2011 to coincide with the 500 day countdown to the opening ceremony. Digital Spy. Ian and Siobhan have different views on how to deal with the problem. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Review this title See all 5 user reviews Message Boards Recent Posts I Wanted to Like This, But.
The NHS also needs rebranding. What can possibly go wrong? 29:23 1.89 View In iTunes 3 CautionVideoEpisode 3 It's another challenging week for Head of Deliverance, Ian Fletcher and his team. "'Twenty Twelve' gets third series". 5 "Cultural Curator" 11 April 2011 389,000 For the post of Curator of the Cultural Olympiad three applicants are being interviewed. The Independent. They include film director Tony Ward, who plans a series of protests that commences with dumping a pile of manure outside the Olympic Deliverance Commission's offices, and culminates in a live debate with Ian Fletcher on Radio 4's Today programme. 2 "Visitors From Rio" 21 March 2011 474,000 The ODC take a group of delegates to meet Lord Coe at the London Olympic Park. 7 "Loose Ends" 24 July 2012 1,780,000 Ten days left to try to tie up loose ends before the Deliverance Team finally hands over to the Live Team, the main problem being that the opening ceremony fireworks display will launch the ground-to-air missiles installed to protect the Games, and newly divorced and soon-to-be redundant Ian must decide what to do about Sally. 9, Season 1 Waking the Dead Season 1 London Spy The Caf, Season 1 Father Brown, Season 3 Babylon, Season 1 The Wrong Mans, Season 1 DCI Banks, Season 3 Uncle, Season 1 Jam & Jerusalem Season 1 The Widower Season 1 Customer reviews 38 reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 4.2 out of 5 Most helpful reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars This series is terrific from the first moment, unlike many shows that don't hit their stride for several episodes.