Alex Kapranos, frontman of rock band Franz Ferdinand, reads from his witty account about what he ate while touring the world with the group. Sometimes delectable, sometimes disgusting, the eating experience was never predictable. Abridged by Richard Hamilton. Producer Elizabeth Allard Repeated at 12.30am
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Led by Andrew Graystone. Wait for the Lord (Taize).
Jeremiah 33, vv14-16. But Who May Abide? (Handel).
Make Way, Make Way (Kendrick). With Harrogate Ladies' College Chapel Choir. Director of music David Andrews.
2/2. Now the 1960s tower blocks have been swept away, residents of the Gorbals in Glasgow and Market Estate in London are looking forward to brighter futures. But what will they make of each other's new homes? Sarfraz Mansoor joins them as they swap places for the day. Producer Mark Rickards
4/5. Eliza the Mother While Eliza is determined that her baby should have the best of everything, her husband is more concerned with the unwelcome changes the birth of a son and heir has brought: there are some things that are an affront to a man's dignity. By Barry Pain. Adapted by Jonathan Dryden Taylor.
Producer/Director Ellen Dryden
14/17. Four contestants from the south of England and the Midlands compete in the second semi-final of the nationwide general knowledge contest. The chairman is Robert Robertson. Producer Richard Edis Rptd on Saturday at 11pm
During his third therapy session Leo is regressed back to his childhood. Unfortunately, his therapist dies of a heart attack before he has a chance to bring Leo back.
Director Dan Hine ; Producer Clive Brill
1/5. The Horse He Rode In On. Five witty stories exploring the way people react to chance encounters with fame.
Today's story is set in the Rising Sun in London's East End. By Jane Stevenson. Read by Ann Beach. Producer Jill waters
1/4. The Motorhome. Dylan Winter meets people who have chosen an unusual place to live. When Simon bought a converted ambulance on eBay, his partner
Erica thought it a passing phase. After a year living in the ambulance, they've recently upgraded to a more traditional beige motorhome. Producer John Byrne
4/6. The panel game comes from London's Victoria Palace Theatre, with Rob Brydon joining Barry Cryer , Tim Brooke -
Taylor, Graeme Garden and chairman Humphrey Lyttelton. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. Leonard and Noy. Leonard and Noy meet in Bangkok having made contact through Your Thai Bride. They struggle to make a real relationship from the escapist ideals they each started out with. By Nick Russell-Pavier .
Producer/Director Nick Russell-Pavier Repeated from 10.45am
2/4. First World War The First World War is most commonly remembered as a story of mud, misery and vast numbers of soldiers killed by the orders of incompetent generals. But there were other memories too. Michael Portillo recalls the last 100 days of the war and the forgotten victories of 1918, with the accounts of the liberation of towns and of ordinary soldiers proud of their military success. Producer Julia Adamson
4/10. US Immigration. In the 1930s, up to two million
Mexicans were forced to leave the US and return to Mexico. With the US Government planning the biggest overhaul of immigration law in 20 years, California's Latino community fears that anti-immigration feeling is reaching new heights. Linda Pressly travels to California to investigate claims that history could repeat itself. Repeated from Thursday
3/8. Nature's Calendar. Gabrielle Walker discovers that a warming climate is altering the sense of time animals and plants have. With higher air temperatures, animals in the Rocky Mountains are breaking their hibernation early - and seabirds are foraging, anticipating that their prey has also lost track Of time. Producer Julian Hector
6/10. Amir has embraced his new life in America and been married for 15 years when he receives a call from an old friend of his father's, now living in Pakistan. The conversation brings back all the painful memories he thought he had left behind in Afghanistan. Read by Kulvinder Ghir. Abridged by Jane Marshall. Producer jane Marshall RT DIRECT: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. is available for only E7.50 (RRP E7.99) including p&p. To order send a cheque, payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to: [address removed]. Or call [number removed] (land-line calls cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
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