Take part in BBC London TV's Olympics debate

There is just over a year to go until the 2012 Games and BBC London is staging a special Olympics debate.

Hosted by Jeremy Vine, it will give viewers the chance to talk directly to Lord Coe, chairman of the London 2012 organising committee, and London Mayor Boris Johnson about all aspects of the Games.

Topics are expected to include the ticketing process for the Games, how ready the capital is to host the Games, security, how London's transport network is likely to cope with the influx of visitors and whether the Games will leave a lasting sporting legacy.

The programme, which will be recorded in Stratford on 25 July, will be broadcast on BBC One in London at 1900 BST on Tuesday 26 July.

If there is something regarding the Olympics you want to talk to them about or if you just want to be in the audience e-mail us at

Please include a daytime contact number and tell us what question you would like to ask Lord Coe or Mr Johnson.

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