The third day of the Paralympic games will take place today with live coverage available on Channel 4, Channel4.com and via three Paralympic TV streams on satellite, cable and Freeview.
Here’s Channel 4′s TV Schedule for day 3.
9.15am – Paralympic Games 2012
Jonathan Edwards and Daraine Mulvihill introduce live coverage of the opening events on day three of the Games, featuring athletics, track cycling and swimming.
British teenager Ellie Simmonds was one of the stars of the 2008 Games in Beijing, and starts the defence of her S6 400m freestyle at the Aquatics Centre this morning.
The cycling at the London Velodrome continues with Anthony Kappes and Neil Fachie in the men’s individual B 1km time-trial final, while David Weir and Richard Whitehead take to the track at the Olympic Stadium in the semi-finals of the men’s T54 5,000m and T42 200m respectively
1pm – Paralympic Games 2012
Georgie Bingham and Arthur Williams present this afternoon’s coverage on day three of the Games, featuring track cycling, judo, equestrian, 7-a-side football, wheelchair basketball, swimming and shooting.
The cycling continues at the London Velodrome with Sarah Storey, Jody Cundy and Jon-Allan Butterworth involved in the women’s C4-5 500m time-trial, men’s C4 pursuit and men’s C5 pursuit respectively.
Great Britain’s women take on Brazil in Group A of the wheelchair basketball at the Basketball Arena, and Britain are also in action in the men’s 7-a-side football against Brazil at the Riverbank Arena from 4.15, while Lee Pearson competes in the equestrian Mixed Individual Championship Test at Greenwich Park.
Attention then switches to the Aquatics Centre and the swimming finals, which could feature Matt Whorwood in the men’s S6 400m freestyle at 4.50, Ellie Simmonds, Nyree Kindred and Mirjam de Koning-Peper in the women’s S6 400m freestyle at 5.50, and James Hollis in the men’s S10 100m butterfly.
Plus, Sam and Joe Ingram take part in the men’s -90kg and +100kg judo disciplines at the ExCeL London, and the mixed R3-10m air rifle prone-SH1 shooting features British hopes Matt Skelhon, Nathan Milgate and Di Coates at the Royal Artillery Barracks
7pm – Paralympic Games 2012 Tonight
Clare Balding and Ade Adepitan introduce further coverage of the third evening of the Games, featuring athletics, wheelchair basketball, swimming, shooting and table tennis.
The swimming finals continue at the Aquatics Centre, and Team GB will hope to feature Rhiannon Henry in the women’s S13 50m freestyle, Jim Anderson in the men’s S2 200m freestyle and Sascha Kindred in the men’s SB7 100m breaststroke.
The Olympic Stadium hosts this evening’s athletics, including the women’s finals in the T36 200m, T52 200m, T46 200m and F46 javelin, which are expected to feature Hazel Robson, Josie Pearson, Sally Brown and Hollie Arnold respectively.
There is also the chance to see Oscar Pistorius on the track for the first time, as he begins the defence of his men’s T44 200m against the likes of Jerome Singleton. Plus, action from Matt Skelhon’s quest to win the mixed R3-10m air rifle prone-SH1 shooting at the Royal Artillery Barracks, Great Britain’s men’s wheelchair basketball Group B match against Colombia at the North Greenwich Arena and the table tennis semi-finals at the ExCeL London, which may include Will Bayley in the men’s Class 7 singles semi-finals.
10:30pm The Last Leg With Adam Hills
The comedian presents an alternative review of the day’s Paralympics action, focusing on the key moments and talking points with sidekick Josh Widdicombe and guests from the sports and showbiz worlds.
The strangest events will also be featured in a light-hearted take on the Games, looking back at how the competitors’ exploits unfolded..