Tom Daley diving for gold
London 2012's poster boy (or in the case of Digital Spy, life-sized cardboard cutout boy) Tom Daley made it to in the semi-finals of the Men's 10m platform last night and will be hoping to dive all the way to a medal by the end of the day. As the only member of Team GB's household names yet to win a gold, silver or bronze, the pressure is on - but the 18-year-old has shown in recent times that he can withstand pretty much any kind of tragedy or controversy and still come out on top. The semi-finals begin at 10am on BBC Three and the final will follow at 8.25pm.
Can Mo get the double?
Mo Farah made history for Team GB when he won the nation's first gold in the Men's 10,000m last Saturday. One week later, he's back on the track and aiming for a second gold in the 5,000m final. He'll again be facing tough competition from his American training partner Galen Rupp, who he pipped to the silver last time around, but if he's beaten such illustrious competition before why can't he do it again? Whatever happens, we'll be jumping up and down like Denise Lewis when we tune in for Mo's big race at 7.30pm on BBC One.
Best of the Rest on Saturday
Usain Bolt's Jamaican teammates will be hoping that he's not too busy showboating to hand over the baton if they want to defend their Beijing 2008 gold in the Men's 4 X 100m Relay final. See it at 9pm on BBC One.
It's a domestic affair in the boxing ring as Team GB's Luke Campbell squares off against John Joe Nevin of Ireland in the Men's Batamweight final. Both are guaranteed a medal (yay), but only one can take the gold. The fight begins at 8.45pm on BBC Three.
There's plenty of Brits taking to the water down at Eton Dorney this weekend. Ed McKeever and Jess Walker are in the Men's and Women's 200m Kayak Sprint, while Liam Heath and Jon Schofield are teaming up for the Doubles. It all begins at 9.25am on BBC Olympics 3.
It's the London Marathon only....bigger
We love watching athletes race their way through London - especially when the best male runners in the world, including Team GB's Lee Merrien and Scott Overall, are giving everything in possibly the most physically-demanding event in the entire Games. The course is very different from the London Marathon we know and love, but the deviations are there to include as many of our capital's great landmarks as possible, making the Men's Marathon a breathtaking inclusion for the final day of London 2012. Watch it at 11am on BBC One.
The grand finale
After Danny Boyle's absolutely astonishing Opening Ceremony (yes it was, America), goodness knows what lays in store at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday, when London waves goodbye to one of the most successful Games ever. Muse, One Direction, The Who, George Michael, The Spice Girls, Ed Sheeran and Kate Bush are just some of those expected to provide musical accompaniment to the more traditional elements of the ceremony, which include the lowering of the Olympic flag, the hand over to Rio de Janiero - host city of the 2016 Games - and the extinguishing of that beautiful Olympic flame, by which point we'll probably be in tears. We did ourselves proud, GB. The beginning of the end is at 9pm on BBC One.
Best of the Rest on Sunday
Freddie Evans will be hoping to collect one more gold medal for Team GB in the boxing ring. He's facing Kazakhstan's Serik Sapiyev in the Welterweight final at 2.15pm on BBC One.
All eyes will be on Team USA when they play Spain in the Men's Basketball final - for many it will be the only chance to see world renowned players like Kobe Bryant and Lebron James play on British soil. The action begins at 3pm on BBC Three.
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