Cycling in Sydney Australia
Worth a listen. Is on ABC News Radio now, but here is a link to the BBC iPlayer (does work in Oz).
Rwanda - a country known only for the genocide of 1994, when an estimated 800,000 people, mainly ethnic Tutsis, were murdered in cold blood in a mere 100 days - is also a nation in need of heroes.
It may now have found them - lycra-clad athletes in helmets and wrap-around sunglasses on $5,000 racing bikes. They are Team Rwanda, the national cycling team, its tightly packed and brightly coloured peloton now a familiar sight on their training rides on the roads around Ruhengeri in the country's north-west, not far from the border with Uganda.
For this week's Assignment Tim Mansel has spent a week with Team Rwanda as they prepare for their latest international competition...
Good tea from Rwanda, and great to see the cycling too!