This Way Up for Saturday 10 March 2012
Sam Grobart from the New York Times reviews the latest photographic technology, the Lytro camera, that allows you to focus the picture after you've captured the image!
We're playing with a 3D printer, and exploring how this technology is changing the way people design and make things. Plus we speak to the co-founder of Ponoko.com
Dr Chris Smith beams in with the latest science news, and this week a new study that links social class to manners plus eating fruit and vegetables to attract a mate.
Recycling metal surgical implants - everything from hips and knees.
We're making short crust pastry with Julie Clarke from Floriditas, plus we taste test homemade versus store bought pastry - the results will truly shock you.
Consumer.org.nz have tested 16 step ladders on the market and none, yes none of them got their tick!
Alain Touwaide from The Institute for the Preservation of Medical Traditions at the Smithsonian hopes their database of ancient remedies will be used by the pharmaceutical industry in developing treatments for the future.