This Way Up for Saturday 1 November 2008
What we've got coming up in the show this week.
New research shows smoke alarms would be 7 times more likely to wake people up if they sounded different.
We're setting up a bee hive next to the Funky Chicken Farm. The plan's to get that honey flowing while at the same time spreading the love and getting a bit of pollination happening in the 'hood.
Dr. Dickson Despommier of Columbia University reckons multi-storey farming could be the answer to the world's food woes.
Without rubber we wouldn't have tyres, condoms, balloons, and loads of other stuff. And we head to a rubber band factory.
Peter Griffin on the new mobile phone service called Black + White, Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system and Google books.
Archaeologists working on a small Caribbean island have found ancient ceramic bowls used to inhale hallucinogens.