This Way Up for Saturday 6 February 2010
Tech companies and US auto-makers are about to offer drivers internet access via their dashboards. Matt Richtel on the move that's angering safety advocates.
NPR's Louisa Lim on the radical steps the city authorities in Tokyo are taking to eradicate the city's crow population.
Food historian Colleen Taylor Sen's just written a global history of curry.
David Kushner's just been to one of the world's biggest retirement villages in Florida to check out the residents' pimped out golf carts.
Foraging for more free food with Johanna Knox. This week, kawakawa. It comes from the pepper family, you can brush your teeth with it...it even stops smelly feet!
The Ethiopian government's trying to lease millions of hectares of the country's agricultural land to overseas investors. Xan Rice reports.
Phil Hibberd's offering the first mobile phone photography course in the UK.