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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is a just a promise. What would we end up with? Some very, very expensive facilities that people won't be out to use? The facilities there are difficult to get that.

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, Mary. on the one hand, the Olympics being and a lead to sporting activity. Whiles what we need to beast to deliver a long-term grocery's benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architecture albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities. If London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the rescources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely ran a real way that the tubes are decaying, the bandit buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up these sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world. And we know very well that you can't.

 

/ I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics are great things for us to be doing, then, in the end, you'll have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity / to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, / in London particular. and I'm pleased to say that at the moment doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of sense of competition and the sort of sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is outside / there is downside to all this. And, but, who will win the end of it, I don't know, we'll remember it. You'll mention it to joke grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Next on BBC Four Steve Cram / How was sport event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. Moscow: The Cold War Olympics in on the way.

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London's vision is to reach the people , young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games ,so they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is challenge here to ,i think , marry, on one hand, the Olympics being an elite sporting activity ,while sport we need to be is to delivery long term grocery benefits.

 

Of course , the wo legacy of London Games won't be the moment until when after the city host it,no one wants the Olympic to become an financial mill stone, or an architecture \, so the organizers have to learn hard lessons from the past \ , if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time , we have the resources ,we certainly have the creative energies,.

 

we can barely run railways ,the tubes , the\ , the bandy buses , spontaneously combusting , and yet we think we can end up putting up with this sort of grand buildings on a epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that we can't.

 

Steam on the head , i was thinking :If what you're doing is right, and i think the Olympic is the great thing for us to be doing, then in the end, after you look the negative criticize as helpful comments 。

 

We have an opportunity here to really plan to live a long term benefit, in London , in this London i n particular , and i am pleased to say the moment does not like the other dome\,the signs are quite positive .

 

Olympic games are exciting events , they can embrace the human achievements ,and sort of sense of competing,competition and sort of sense of victory, so i think it is important to recoganize there is upside as well as downside of all this, but who will win at the end of it, i don't know, we will remember it , you will mentione it to your grandchildren , you will say i was there,

 

But May day , you will never gonna feel this way 。

 

Next on BBC for Steve\ how our spot event came to symbolize the intensity of the cold war, Moscow the cold war Olympics is on the way .

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is a just a promise. What would we end up with? Some very, very expensive facilities that people feel guilty to use? The facilities there are difficult to get that.

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry. on the one hand, the Olympics being and a lead to sporting activity. Whiles what we need to be to deliver a long-term growth benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well off the city household. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architecture albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities. If London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the rescources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely ran a real way that the tubes are decaying, the band  buses are spontaneously can bus things, and yet we think we can gonna put up these sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world. And we know very well that you can't.

 

/ I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics are great things for us to be doing, then, in the end, you'll have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity / to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, this is in London particular. and I'm pleased to say that at the moment doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of sense of competition and the sort of sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is outside or there is downside to all this. And, but, who will win the end of it, I don't know, we'll remember it. You'll mention it to joke grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Next on BBC Four Steve Cram report How was sport event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. Moscow: The Cold War Olympics in on the way.

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What would we end up with? Some very, very expensive facilities that people won’t be out to use? The facilities that are difficult to get that?

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics are  being and a lead to sporting activity, whiles what we need to be is to deliver  long-term grocery’s benefits.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architecture albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities ff London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a real way that the tubes are decaying, the banded buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up this sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

 

/ I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics are great things for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you'll have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity. It’s really planned to leave a long-term benefit in London, at least in London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and a sort of sense of competition and a sort of sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is upside as well as downside to all this. And, but, who will win the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram reports how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What would we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? The facilities that are difficult to get up?

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics are  being and a lead to sporting activity, whiles what we need to be is to deliver  long-term grassroot benefits.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architecture albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a railway that the tubes are decaying, the bendy buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up this sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

 

Steam on our head I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics are great things for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you'll have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity you need to really planned to leave a long-term benefit in London, / in east London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and a sort of sense of competition and a sort of sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an up side as well as down side to all this. And, but, who will win the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram reports how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

 

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include the proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What will we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? The facilities that are difficult to get out?

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics being and the elite sporting activity, whiles what we need it to be is to deliver a long-term grassroot benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architectural albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a railway that the tubes are decaying, the bandy buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up this sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

 

Esteem on ahead, I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics is a great thing for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity here to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, in east London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of a sense of competing, competition and sort of a sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an upside as well as a downside to all this. Then, but will we win at the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Baby you will never gonna feel this way.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram reports how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. “Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.



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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include the proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What will we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? The facilities that are difficult to get out?

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics being and the elite sporting activity, whiles what we need it to be is to deliver a long-term grassroot benefit.

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architectural albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

We can barely run a railway that the tubes are decaying, the bandy buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up this sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

Esteem on ahead, I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics is a great thing for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

You have an opportunity here to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, in east London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of a sense of competing, competition and sort of a sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an upside as well as a downside to all this. Then, but who will we win at the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

Baby you will never gonna feel this way.

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram reports how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. “Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include the proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What will we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? The facilities that are difficult to get out?

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics being and the elite sporting activity, whiles what we need it to be is to deliver a long-term grassroot benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architectural albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a railway that the tubes are decaying, the bandy buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up this sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

 

Esteem on ahead, I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics is a great thing for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity here to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, in east London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of a sense of competing, competition and sort of a sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an upside as well as a downside to all this. Then, but will we win at the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Baby you will never gonna feel this way.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram recalls how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. “Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past 20 years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It's feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What will we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? The facilities that are difficult to get out?

 

London's vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics being an elite sporting activity, whilst what we need it to be is to deliver a long-term grassroots benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won't be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial milestone or an architectural albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses we have the time and we have the resources and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a railway that the tubes are decaying, the bendy buses are spontaneously combusting, and yet we think we can gonna put up these sort of grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can't.

 

 

Steam on head, I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics is a great thing for us to be doing. Then, in the end, you have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

You have an opportunity here to really plan to lead a long-term benefit in London, in east London in particular. And I'm pleased to say that at the moment it doesn't look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievement and sort of a sense of competing, competition and sort of a sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an upside as well as a downside to all this. But who will win at the end of it? I don't know. We’ll remember it. You'll mention it to your grandchildren. You'll say I was there.

 

Baby you will never gonna feel this way.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram recalls how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. “Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

 

 

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Many assume that the London Olympics will give the capital a chance to reverse the long decline of its public sports facilities. Over the past twenty years, the city has lost dozens of swimming pools and scores of playing fields, but there is a risk that the Games will make matters even worse. The plans include a proposal to turn the popular East Marshes in Hackney into a coach park. It’s feared that these grounds will never be restored.

 

These things tend to disappear for some project, and you’ll never regain them. So what is this legacy? The legacy is just a promise. What will we end up with? Some very, very expensive sports facilities that people won’t be able to use? Facilities that are difficult to get at?

 

London’s vision is to reach people, young people all around the world, to connect them with the inspirational power of the Games, so that they are inspired to choose sport.

 

There is a challenge here to, I think, marry, on the one hand, the Olympics being an elite sporting activity, whilst what we need it to be is to deliver a long-term grass root benefit.

 

Of course the true legacy of the London Games won’t be known until well after the city hosts them. No one wants the Olympics to become a financial millstone or an architectural albatross. So the organizers have to learn hard lessons from past calamities if London 2012 is to keep the white elephants at bay.

 

There is no excuses. We have the time, and we have the resources, and we certainly have the creative energies.

 

We can barely run a railway; the tubes are decaying; the bendy buses are spontaneously combusting; and yet we think we can gonna put up these, sort of, grand buildings on an epic scale by the best architects in the world, and we know very well that you can’t.

 

Steam on ahead, I would think, and if what you are doing is right, and I believe the Olympics is a great thing for us to be doing, then, in the end, you have to look on negative criticism as helpful comments.

 

We have an opportunity here to really plan to leave a long-term benefit in London, in east London in particular. And I’m pleased to say that at the moment it doesn’t look like another dome. The signs are quite positive.

 

Olympic Games are exciting events. They kind of embrace human achievements, and sort of a sense of competition and sort of a sense of victory. So I think it is important to recognize that there is an upside as well as a downside to all this. But who will win at the end of it? I don’t know. We’ll remember it. You’ll mention it to your grandchildren. You’ll say I was there.

 

Next on BBC Four, Steve Cram recalls how a sporting event came to symbolize the intensity of the Cold War. “Moscow: The Cold War Olympics” is on the way.

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