This Way Up for Saturday 4 July 2009
Ned Boulting joins us from the start line in Monaco to talk drug testing and the Lance Armstrong effect.
The 4th of July is one of the most important dates in the calendar if you're a patriotic American, or a competitive eater. Writer Jason Fagone tells us why.
Hot dog historian Bruce Kraig charts the street food's migration from Europe to the US. Nowadays Americans chomp through about 20 billion hot dogs a year!
More Brazil nuts get exported from Bolivia than from Brazil. Alison Sandle on the nut that's sparked a bit of diplomatic tension over the years.
ICANN is the international not-for-profit organisation that looks after the way web addresses work. We talk to its outgoing CEO and President Paul Twomey about the challenges ahead.
We're making peanut sauce Malaysian style with Rao Ramasamy.