The 2020 Summer Paralympics will be held in Tokyo, Japan between 24 August and 5 September 2021.
Originally scheduled to take place between 25 August and 6 September 2020, both the Olympics and Paralympics were postponed to 2021 in March 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The events will be held largely behind closed doors with no public spectators permitted due to a state of emergency in the Tokyo region.
These Games will see the introduction of badminton and taekwondo to the Paralympic programme, replacing sailing and 7-a-side football.
Channel 4 will be the main broadcaster of the Paralympics in the UK with over 300 hours around the clock coverage on linear TV on Channel 4 and More 4.
0730-0900 Paralympics Breakfast – live from Leeds, hosted by Arthur Williams and Steph McGovern.
0900-1410 Live sport – presented from Leeds with Clare Balding and from Tokyo with Vick Hope (cycling), Sophie Morgan (swimming) and Lee Mackenzie (athletics).
0700-1400 Team sports – live on More 4, hosted by JJ Chalmers and Ed Jackson in Tokyo.
1700-1800 Tokyo Today – highlights show presented from Tokyo, hosted by Ade Adepitan.
1930-2000 Gold Rush – presented from Leeds, hosted by Clare Balding.
0000-0700 Overnight live sport – presented from Tokyo.