Clare Balding presents live action from the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
It is the conclusion of the pairs event in figure skating, where the local spectators at the Iceberg Skating Palace will be hoping that Russians Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov can clinch gold.
There is also live action from the curling, where Britain's David Murdoch and his men are playing Switzerland.
Meanwhile, up in the mountains at the Sanki Sliding Centre, it is the conclusion of the luge doubles. Germany have won gold at nine of the 14 Olympics where this event has been held, but it is 12 years since they were last on top of the podium. However, their team in Sochi will include world champions Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, who will be confident of ending that drought.
16.00 Live luge doubles final
16.30 Live curling continues
17.15 Live figure skating - pairs free programme.