Twenty Twelve

Twenty Twelve (2011)

Twenty Twelve is a BBC television comedy series written and directed by John Morton. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes and Amelia Bullmore, the programme is a spoof on-location documentary following the organisation of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. It was first broadcast on UK television station BBC Four in March 2011 to coincide with the 500 day countdown to the opening ceremony. Twenty Twelve gained mainly positive reviews from critics, and a four-part second series was announced on 15 April 2011, which began airing on 30 March 2012 on BBC Two. A further three episodes of series 2 began airing from 10 July 2012. The series' last episode was broadcast on 24 July 2012, three days before the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games.

Writing:
  • John Morton
Seasons: 1 2
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  • Views: 9
  • Release Date: 2011-03-14
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 30

David Tennant

Narrator (voice)

Martin McDougall

Senior Operations Analyst Scott Coldwell

Nitin Ganatra

Martin Soper

Nina Sosanya

Nina Christiani

Jessica Hynes

Siobhan Sharpe

Georgie Glen

School Receptionist

Hugh Bonneville

Ian Fletcher

Olivia Colman

Sally Owen

Karl Theobald

Graham Hitchens

Vincent Franklin

Nick Jowett

Morven Christie

Fi Healey

Samuel Barnett

Daniel Stroud

Sara Pascoe

Coco Lomax

Joel Fry

Karl Marx

Jonny Sweet

Justin Carter

Robin Hooper

Frederick Moyle

John Ramm

Nigel Fox

Christopher Fulford

Commander Bob Burford

Vicki Pepperdine

Sarah Slocombe

Jessica Knappett

Carey Taylor

Osy Ikhile

Mini Steppah

Philip Arditti

Saleem Ahmed

Nicholas Jones

Tony Griffiths

Osi Okerafor

Security Guard

Tim Bentinck

Richard Parker

Darren Boyd

Dave Wellbeck

Jimmy Akingbola

Receptionist

Jason Watkins

Richard Salter

Tim McInnerny

Tony Ward

Demetri Goritsas

Max Madeley

Mark Bonnar

Ben Farrell

Karina Fernandez

Interpretor

Martin Marquez

Kevin Thingie
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