This Way Up for Saturday 20 June 2009
Experts Mark Prestwood and Phil Chant on the automated teller machine or ATM. How do they work and how have they changed since 1967?
"Chip and pin"technology was meant to be appearing on all our bank and credit cards by early 2008. So why are most of us still waiting?
Dr Fiona Barclay makes high-end periodic tables containing samples of the chemical elements. Where does she get her plutonium from?
Foraging queen Johanna Knox hunts for chickweed. You can make a pretty mean pesto out of it!
Neil Stokes on the motorists earning merit points for good driving. Plus Spanish diners are eating shark without even knowing it.
The trusty old pressure cooker's enjoying a bit of a comeback. Libby Manley of Consumer.org.nz looks at the latest offerings.