This Way Up for Saturday 16 October 2010
Brett Cole reports from South Korea where a cabbage shortage has seen kimchi prices jump by 500 percent. Plus we find out Mrs Ahn's secret recipe for this fermented cabbage dish.
Professor Julian Heyes answers more culinary conundrums. This week, do you have to wash fruit and veggies before you eat them? Plus should you eat the pith and peel you find on mandarins and oranges?
Anna Fifield visits the only city in the US where gun ownership's not just a constitutional right; it's compulsory!
Scotsman Neal Robertson has just been crowned the world champion porridge maker. His secret weapon is a stirring implement called a spon.
Richard MacManus of ReadWriteWeb looks at some of the big check-in apps out there.
Wendyl Nissen's spent the past year trying to live more simply- a bit like her granny used to. She shares some of her natural recipes for things like sunscreen and cleaning products.
How far away is New Zealand from launching a digital radio service like they've got in the US, the UK, Australia and Korea? Aaron Olphert from Kordia knows.