1. Wide of Olympic officials carrying torch to stage, zoom in to three Olympic officials holding torch on stage
2. Mid of Olympic officials lighting torch, then handing to official
3. Wide of first torch bearer running up to stage to receive torch, zoom in to both men holding torch up and waving to audience
4. Wide of first torch bearer running through cheering crowd, with confetti unleashed
5. Wide of torch bearer running down Great Wall lined with Olympic and Chinese flags
6. Wide of torch bearer running along Great Wall flanked by security, zoom in to torch bearer waving to crowd
7. Wide of torch bearer continuing on relay along Great Wall
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8. Wide of torch bearer continuing relay along Great Wall
9. Mid of torch bearer carrying torch and waving to crowd, flanked by security
10. Mid of torch bearer passing flame to next torch bearer
11. Mid of next torch bearer continuing relay, waving to crowd
12. Wide of Olympic officials following torch bearer on relay along Great Wall
13. Wide of stage with female performers dressed in green waving red sashes, Great Wall in background
14. Wide of officials and Olympic and Chinese flags lined along Great Wall
15. Close of Chinese flag, pan down to officials holding flag
16. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Name unknown, Olympic helper:
"I feel very proud and elevated. The Olympics has finally come to Beijing, to Yanqing, to China. We will fully embrace the Olympic Games with hope and enthusiasm. We're very happy and elevated in spirit."
17. Wide of dragon's head on Great Wall
18. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Name unknown, Performer:
"I'm quite tired but very happy that I can do something for the Olympics. That's all."
19. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Name unknown, Olympic Torch Bearer:
"The Olympics have given me two glories: to be a torchbearer and to pass the flame on the Great Wall. I can only work harder to promote the Olympics and spread its spirit to people around me. I wish the Beijing Olympics success!"
The Olympic flame arrived at the historic Great Wall of China on Thursday to continue on the final leg of its long and sometimes contentious global tour.
It was greeted by fanfare and an exuberant crowd amid tight security, one day before the Games are due to open in Beijing.
AP Television footage showed performers dressed in yellow lined along the sprawling Great Wall, for decades an enduring symbol of China.
Crowds and performers cheered ecstatically as the first torch bearer ran up to the stage to collect the torch.
The torch bearers, as they ran along the historic walls, were flanked by heavy security.
The arrival of the torch in Beijing marks one of the final steps in China's seven years of preparations for the games - a journey that has cost (b) billions of dollars and one which Beijing hopes will end with the country's symbolic debut as a modern world power.
The Beijing leg will involve 841 torchbearers over three days, concluding the longest and most ambitious torch relay in history.
Speaking to AP Television after the relay, one torch bearer spoke of his deep pride, being able to participate in the event.
"The Olympics have given me two glories: to be a torchbearer and to pass the flame on the Great Wall," he said. "I can only work harder to promote the Olympics and spread its spirit to people around me."
Another Olympic helper said she felt "very proud and elevated".
"The Olympics has finally come to Beijing, to Yanqing, to China. We will fully embrace the Olympic Games with hope and enthusiasm. We're very happy and elevated in spirit."
The flame, which originates in Olympia, Greece - site of the first Olympics - has been run on six continents and has reached over 130 cities.
Overseas, the torch relay was disrupted by protests or conducted under extremely heavy security since it left Greece on March 24, turning an event that should have built up excitement for the games into something of a public relations disaster for the hosts.
The protests have mostly been in response to China's crackdown in March on anti-government riots in Tibet and to more general concerns over human rights issues in China.
On Tuesday, International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge said the committee was discussing whether to eliminate international relays.
China's Great Wall, which was built by several dynasties over the past two millenniums, is now struggling to hold out against the (m) millions of tourists that visit each year and the centuries of battering by harsh weather.
An estimated 10 (m) million tourists visit the Great Wall each year.