What are your favourite Olympics memories?
For some reason the memories that stick out are the '88 Seoul hockey team and the Searle brothers - that commentary. "The Abigail brothers are tiring; the Searle brothers are going to do it, gold for 'Great Bridain!'" That rowing commentator always says 'Bridain' when he gets excited. I don't really like hockey or rowing but they are great moments.
Who would you class as the greatest Olympian of all time?
Surely Sir Steve Redgrave.
Are you going to London 2012?
I'm getting out of London! Not because of the Olympics, but the summer is holiday time for me. I quite like getting up at stupid times to watch it anyway. That's part of the fun. Waking up at 3am to watch badminton.
Will you be watching on TV?
Which events are you most looking forward to?
I get addicted to all of it; Swimming, rowing, athletics. I love the relays, too.
How do you think Team GB will fare?
No idea. But we're good at quite a lot of stuff. I think a lot of people don't get the pressure of the Olympics and getting form right at exactly the right time. Football lasts a season. We had Lewis Smith on Soccer AM a while back who said you could have the best season ever, make one slip at the Olympics and nothing else matters. I'd be rubbish. Particularly at the pommel horse.
Do you think there will be a positive legacy from London 2012?
I hope so. I really believe in the power of sport to inspire. Wow that was a clichéd sentence, but I believe it.
What sport would you like to see added to the Olympics?
20/20 cricket would be cool. Is golf in it? We'd be good at that.
If you were to enter the Olympics, which event would you choose and why... (you can't have football)?
Well I'm quite slow, and can't jump very far or high, and my stamina isn't great and I can't throw anything... very far. So I guess the decathlon.