BBC Television coverage is as follows:
Countdown To The Invictus Games - BBC Two, Sunday 7 September
With just days to go before the start of the Invictus Games, cameras have been following some of the inspirational British servicemen and women who have overcome life changing injuries and illnesses in order to compete. Alongside their personal stories, this one-hour documentary reveals what motivated Prince Harry to create the Games and why he thinks they are so important.
The One Show Special: Invictus Games Opening Ceremony - BBC One, Wednesday 10 September
A special edition of The One Show featuring live coverage of the uplifting Opening Ceremony at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park including a fly past from the Red Arrows and bands from the Army, RAF and Royal Marines. And of course the Competitors’ Parade featuring all 400 plus servicemen and women from the 14 nations taking part.
Invictus Games Day 1 Highlights - BBC Two, Thursday 11 September
Highlights of today’s track and field events from Lee Valley Athletics Centre.
Invictus Games Day 2 Highlights - BBC Two, Friday 12 September
All the best action from Day 1 and Day 2 of the Invictus Games including coverage of Wheelchair Rugby from the Copper Box Arena, Archery and Athletics.
Invictus Games Day 3 - BBC One, Saturday 13 September
Live coverage of the Wheelchair Basketball, Road Cycling and Indoor Rowing.
Invictus Games Day 3 Highlights - BBC Two, Saturday 13 September
Some of the most dramatic moments from Day 3 of the Invictus Games including Wheelchair Basketball, Road Cycling and Indoor Rowing.
Invictus Games Day 4 - BBC One, Sunday 14 September
Live coverage of the final day of the Invictus Games including Swimming from the iconic London Aquatics Centre, Sitting Volleyball and Power lifting.
Invictus Games Closing Concert - BBC Two, Sunday 14 September
Highlights of the stunning star-studded Closing Concert, which features a headline set from Foo Fighters, as well as performances from Kaiser Chiefs, Ellie Goulding, Ryan Adams, The Vamps, Rizzle Kicks, James Blunt, Diversity and the Military Wives Choir
Radio 5 live will embrace the Invictus Games with a special one hour programme on Thursday 11 September, 21:00-22:00 as Eleanor Oldroyd and studio guests reflect on the first day’s activity from the Lee Valley Athletics Centre and discuss the incredible stories of several of the athletes involved.
A round up the latest games news and key moments will be covered daily in the Phil Williams Show from 22:30.
Radio 4’s Saturday Live will have JP Devlin and Aasmah Mir reporting live from the Invictus Games on Saturday morning.