On a warm night in 1948 Frank Verge waited in the dark for his chance to carry the Olympic flame.
The Meridian team highlights the best places to see the Olympic torch on Day 61 of the relay as it travels from Sussex into Kent.
Our step by step guide to the movements of the Olympic flame as it travels through Dorset
This is the moment jockey Frankie Dettori lands after leaping from ex-racehorse Monsignor, after carrying the Olympic Flame around the parade ring at Ascot Racecourse. His leap came after Frankie's horse reared when he received the Olympic Flame. He described it as a scary moment for him.
Jockey Frankie Dettori has spoken of how scared he and his horse was at the Ascot race course today as he took the Olympic Torch. Frankie's horse reared up as he was handed the Flame. Click on the video to hear from Frankie and see the horse's nervous moment.
Jockey Frankie Dettori has taken the Olympic Flame around the race course at Ascot. But our reporter said there was a nervous moment for him when his horse got scared as he received the Torch. Thankfully all was well.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh witnessed the Olympic Torches 'kiss' as Gina MacGregor handed over the flame to 12-year-old Phillip Wells. The crowd cheered and clapped as he got ready for his leg of the relay.
A 74-year-old netball player has had the honour of meeting the Queen whilst carrying the Olympic Torch. Gina MacGregor started playing netball in Maidenhead 41 years ago. She met the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh a few moments ago at Windsor Castle on the Torch Relay.
Thames Valley Police has arrested a 27-year-old man in connection with an incident at the Torch Relay in Henley this morning. The man, from Henley, was arrested on suspicion of outraging public decency after he ran naked near to the Torch Relay. He has been taken to a police station in Oxfordshire.
Assistant Chief Constable John Campbell, overseeing the Torch Relay policing operation, said: “This was an isolated incident that was quickly dealt with by police officers and thankfully did not disrupt the Torch Relay as it passed through Henley.
"The Torch Relay events of yesterday and today have been attended by thousands of people who lined the routes through towns and villages and seemed to have really enjoyed this once in a lifetime experience and we have every confidence that this will continue."
There is new video of the streaker being detained in Henley-on-Thames after he ran onto the Olympic Torch route earlier. He's covered up by a blanket whilst being handcuffed from behind. A small cheer is heard from the crowd as he's lead away.