Which sporting moments of the last 70 years need to be replayed over and over again?
Recreate the sporting moment using film, stop motion animation, voiceover or any other creative means and explain the impact this sporting moment had on society at the time (and now?).
1954 - Roger Bannister runs the first sub-four minute mile in Oxford - a feat previously thought impossible.
1966 - Her Majesty the Queen presents the Jules Rimet trophy to Bobby Moore, victorious captain of the England team at Wembley as they beat West Germany 4-2.
1977 - In the year of her Silver Jubilee, Her Majesty the Queen presents Virginia Wade with the Venus Rosewater dish at Wimbledon for winning the Ladies' Singles championship - the last British woman to do so.
1996 England hosts the Euro '96 tournament in a summer where football fever grips the nation - before inevitably losing to the Germans on penalties in the semi-final. Again.
1984 Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean score a perfect 6.0 for artistic merit as they win gold for the United Kingdom in the pairs figure skating at the Winter Olympiad in Sarajevo - also implanting Ravel's Boléro firmly in the public consciousness.
2005 England win back the Ashes after sixteen years of Australian domination in what is popularly seen as the greatest Test cricket series of all time.
2012 The United Kingdom hosts a spectacular Olympiad in London with Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford all winning gold medals on the evening of Super Saturday in the Olympic Stadium.