A virtual-reality studio, based at Media City UK, will provide a ski lodge setting to bring viewers their favourite events, must-see moments and live reports from the host city.
Daily coverage will begin on BBC One from midnight until 6am (UK time) as Ayo Akinwolere presents the overnight action. Welcoming viewers from 6am until 9am on BBC Two, Jeanette Kwakye will take over to bring the latest live events from the slopes and arenas.
From 9.15am-12pm on BBC One Hazel Irvine leads the coverage, before JJ Chalmers takes over at 3pm on BBC Two to show extended replays of the action.
Clare Balding will present Today At The Games every night on BBC Two at 7pm to bring the best of the day’s action, before coverage switches to BBC Three at 8pm, where Aimee Fuller presents extended highlights from some of the day’s most exciting events.
From the Salford based studio a range of guests and experts will offer their analysis including the most successful British Winter Olympian and most successful Olympic skeleton athlete of all time, Lizzy Yarnold; Olympic short track speed skater and 10-time British Champion Sarah Lindsay; figure skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean; Graham Bell and Chemmy Alcott.
A host of world-class athletes will be on hand to provide commentary including figure skating Olympic gold medallist Robin Cousins, ex-World Champion speed skater Wilf O’Reilly, Olympic bobsleigh medallist John Jackson and curling Olympic gold medallist Rhona Howie and World Champion Jackie Lockhart.
Keeping a close eye on the technical detail of the athletes as they compete for glory in Beijing, the team will offer unique insight on key performances. Reporters Jenny Jones, Matthew Pinsent and Sarah Mulkerrins will also be live from Beijing to bring fans even closer to the action.
Beijing 2022: The Winter Olympics begins Friday 4th February on BBC One.