Its day 6 of Paralympics 2012 and Britain has now jumped up to second place on the medals table and is just behind China after Ellie Simmonds's and Natasha Baker's gold medals yesterday.

So today we have: Great Britain's David Weir who looks to add to his 5,000m gold and defend his 1500m Paralympic title in the men's T54- while Tracey Hinton, in her sixth Games, begins her campaign in the T11 100m and Bev Jones competes in the shot put final.

Ellie Simmonds looks to cement her place in British Paralympic history as she looks for a third gold medal of London 2012 in the S6 50m freestyle alongside Natalie Jones, both of whom medalled in Monday's 200m individual medley.

Jonathan Fox goes for a second gold in the pool in the 50m freestyle and Heather Frederiksen aims to defend her S8 100m title from Beijing against American rival Jessica Long.

World No.1 Nigel Murray competes in the men's Boccia in his fourth Paralympic Games hoping to add to two gold's and one silver, and in Archery, Danielle Brown, the first Paralympian to ever compete in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi for England, hopes to defend her individual compound title.

And It's the opening day of Wheelchair Fencing with Justine Moore the first British fencer in action.

So lots to play for, on this lovely sunny day in London.

Written and presented by Ann Salter