This Way Up for Saturday 5 May 2012
Can listening to music while running make you go faster? Sports psychologist Dr Costas Karageorghis of Brunel University pumps up the volume!
It's called the 'un-printer' and it does exactly that, vaporising ink on paper to turn it back into sparkling clean sheets to reuse in your printer. Dr. Julian Allwood's a senior lecturer at Cambridge's Department of Engineering.
Fish with chips. We speak to Maurizio Porfiri from the Polytechnic Institute of New York University about the robotic fish leading schools of fish away from ecological disasters and maybe one day straight into a fishing net!
The Guardian's technology editor, Charles Arthur, beams in with the latest on Google's wifi data gathering, and the continued rise of smartphone sales and who's leading the pack.
The neglected link between sound and our sense of taste with experimental psychologist Professor Charles Spence.
We head into the bush with Hugh Robertson to track down a Little Spotted Kiwi.
What makes a good film line? Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil from Cornell University has developed a computer program that can tell why some lines work better than others.