This Way Up for Saturday 31 March 2012
Canadian architect Michael Green is planning to build a 30 storey building out of wood.
Technology correspondent Peter Griffin on the launch of the online streaming media service Quickflix and why Apple is offering refunds to iPad 3 buyers in Australia.
A blokart's a small, portable land sailing vehicle designed right here in New Zealand. We have a go and chat with Ian Timperley who's heading off to the blokarting world champs.
A simple way to reduce your food intake by 5 to 10 percent. New research shows that strong smelling, aromatic foods mean you reduce your bite size and feel fuller sooner! With Marchel Gorselink of Wageningen University in The Netherlands.
We're stalking black swans with birdman Hugh Robertson.
How easy a name is to pronounce can have an important impact on future success. Adam Alter of New York University's Stern School of Business started studying the link between a stock's name and how it traded back in 2005.
We're off to China where Malcolm Moore's just been visiting the world's largest eco-city. Plus the government crackdown on the social networking site, Sina Weibo.
More of the latest science news with Dr Chris Smith; what fossilised raindrops nearly 3 billion years old can tell us about the earth's climate and scientists reveal the secret behind van Gogh's 'Sunflowers'.