Twenty Twelve

9:45 p.m.- Sunday, July 15 on Comedy Network

Siobhan (Jessica Hynes) and the Olympic Deliverance team help to organize a major sexual health campaign, complete with a rap song that could upset the Catholic competitors.

9 p.m.- Sunday, July 15 on Comedy Network

Clarence House asks the team members to explore ways of linking the Games with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, and they face a rough ride when a decision has to be made on the future of the Olympic Stadium.

9 p.m.- Sunday, July 8 on Comedy Network

Ian (Hugh Bonneville), Sally (Olivia Colman) and Siobhan (Jessica Hynes) are forced to endure another crisis when the Algerian team threatens to boycott the Games after discovering the Shared Belief Centre does not face Mecca.

9:45 p.m.- Sunday, July 8 on Comedy Network

The Algerians issue the Olympic Deliverance team with a midnight deadline to find a solution to their demand for a Shared Belief Centre that faces Mecca.

9 p.m.- Sunday, July 1 on Comedy Network

The Olympic Deliverance team must appoint the Curator of the Cultural Olympiad, but the members are forced to pick a candidate they all agree they do not want. Meanwhile, Sebastian Coe suggests it would generate good publicity if the team entered the London Marathon.

9:45 p.m.- Sunday, July 1 on Comedy Network

A decision to hold equestrian events in Greenwich Park causes some major issues and leads to the delivery of a smelly package to the Olympic Deliverance Commission’s office, and a heated live debate on Radio 4.

9:45 p.m. ET/PT – Sunday, June 24 on Comedy Network

An idealistic double Olympic silver medalist (Darren Boyd) chosen as a brand ambassador ends up having about as much charisma as a dimmer switch. The Head of Sustainability (Amelia Bullmore) discovers that there might not be enough wind to power the Olympic Park wind turbine.

9 p.m. ET/PT – Sunday, June 24 on Comedy Network

Roman remains of potentially national significance have been discovered on the site of the aquatics centre, forcing the team to contemplate radical last-minute modifications. The Head of Branding (Jessica Hyne), the Head of Infrastructure (Karl Theobald) and the Head of Sustainability (Amelia Bullmore) face multiple sensitive issues including audio logos, video blogs and flight paths.

9:45 p.m. ET/PT – Sunday, June 17 on Comedy Network

A visiting group of dignitaries is in London for the week to see the Olympic Stadium. The Head of Deliverance (Hugh Bonneville) and his team meet the Brazilian delegation only to face multiple embarrassing set backs including language difficulties, satellite navigation issues, burst water mains and phantom punctures.

9 p.m. ET/PT – Sunday, June 17 on Comedy Network

In the premiere episode, the marketing team come up with a major public event that requires a modern clock to be installed on the banks of the Thames. The only problem is that the clock has a potentially disastrous design flaw which no-one seems to have noticed until it is too late. Stars Hugh Bonneville (credit), Jessica Hyne (credit), Olivia Colman (credit) and Amelia Bullmore (credit).