This Way Up for Saturday 10 August 2013
Dr Robert Lustig is a professor of paediatrics at the University of California who's been studying the effects of sugar on appetite and the human body. He reckons sugar is toxic and addictive and is linked to a host of the world's health problems.
Peter Griffin test drives the latest 'smart' TVs. They all connect to the internet, but that's where it starts getting tricky!
On the hunt for the grey warbler with Hugh Robertson.
Damien Cave of The New York Times has just been in Jamaica looking at the food crisis facing the country, and the government's unconventional solution.
Charles Arthur beams in with the from the world of technology. This week, security concerns with Google's Chrome internet browser, and 'click-farming' in the digital sweatshops of Bangladesh.
Nicola Twilley of ediblegeography.com's just been to see one of the world's biggest yeast collections. Also the New York Public Library digitises thousands of old restaurant menus.