*Times subject to change.
8.00am: Daire O’Brien presents a look back at all the overnight competition in Rio, featuring the athletics, boxing, track cycling and sailing.
1.00pm: Joanne Cantwell presents live coverage from Rio where the main focus will be on the athletics, the men's sailing finn medal race, and the men's and women's badminton doubles semi-finals.
The women's pole vault will kicks things off at 1.44pm. followed by the men's triple jump final from 1.50pm, the first rounds of the men's 1500m, women's 100m hurdles and men's 200m from 2.30pm, 3.05pm and 3.50pm respectively, and the women's discus final from 3.20pm.
There is also action from the men's and women's badminton doubles semi-finals at Carioca Arena 1, before attention switches to the Marina da Gloria and the medal race in the men's finn sailing at 5pm.
5.00pm: Darragh Maloney with live action from Rio presenting coverage of the live artistic gymnastics and track cycling. First up will be the women's floor final, followed at 7.34pm by the final of the men's horizontal bar, with a showdown between Olympic champion Epke Zonderland and world champion Kohei Uchimura expected.
At 8pm we move to the Velodrome for the final evening of track cycling which includes the women's sprint semi-finals at 8pm, 8.36pm, and 8.58pm.
11.30pm: Peter Collins has all the overnight action from Rio.
Another three gold medallists will be crowned in the finals of the men's high jump from 00.30, women's 1500m at 02.30 and men's 110m hurdles at 02.45.
The other disciplines are the women's javelin qualifying at 00.35, men's 110m hurdles semi-finals at 00.40, women's long jump qualifiers at 01.05, women's 400m hurdles semi-finals at 01.10, men's 400m hurdles semi-finals at 01.35 and the women's 200m semi-finals at 02.00.