By Tom Taylor – 2 June 2016TOM TAYLOR/AFP/Getty ImagesWatching the Olympic games on TV is about more than just watching a sporting event, but it’s also a chance to witness what’s happening around the world.
There are so many things happening, and so many different cultures to learn from, so it’s important that you can get a broad overview of what’s going on.
So here are some tips for watching the games:If you’re planning to watch on TV, take a look at the main Olympic sites.
They’re the venues where you’ll be watching live.
You’ll find a lot of the main venues are in the heart of the capital.
There’s no need to visit the sites if you’re in the UK or if you want to watch in the other three countries.
You can check which sites you’ll need to go to for details of what you’ll have to see on screen.
The Olympics are usually shown in one of two ways.
You either watch live on the internet, or you watch a pre-recorded version of them on your TV.
Live TV is the most popular way to watch and watch online.
If you want more detail on how to watch live, there are a number of different ways to get the live version of the games.
You can watch live by phone, via the BBC’s website or on demand.
If you’re on a mobile device, you can stream the Olympics live to your device.
You’ll also find it easier to watch online with the BBC Sport app.
The app allows you to browse and search the live Olympic games in real-time.
You don’t need a mobile phone to watch a live Olympics stream.
Just use the app to find out where the live stream is.
You will need to log in to the BBC app to watch it live.
It’s not possible to watch an Olympic stream in real time.
You will need a high-speed internet connection to watch streams.
The streaming service will automatically detect which sites are live and where the stream is going.
If there are problems with the live feed, you’ll get an error message.
You should be able to access it from the apps website.
It will usually take between 10 and 20 minutes for live streams to be available on the website.
When you’re ready to watch, go to the official Olympic site for a quick update on the games and see if any new details are being shared.
You won’t see all the games being broadcast, but you will see the events on screen, and you’ll also be able see where and when the live streams are coming from.
You might also want to check out the BBC Olympic website.
You could also watch the games on your smartphone or tablet with the app, or with your TV set.
Watching live will let you see how much of the event you’re watching is available to watch.
For example, if you have the app on your phone or tablet, you will be able view the live games on the Olympics website and be able check out where all the Olympic events are being broadcast live.
If the live broadcasts are on your mobile device or tablet or if the live broadcast is being recorded on a video, you may also be interested in:How to watch your favourite games online – video guide Watch live online for more Olympic news and details, and get the full Olympic coverage on BBC iPlayer