This Way Up for Saturday 12 September 2009
How did humans progress from being hunter-gatherers to farming and beyond? Tom Standage is the author of 'An Edible History of Humanity'.
Tourism numbers are down on tiny Norfolk Island, located halfway between New Zealand and New Caledonia. Independent producer Jake Warga explores what's happening.
Tinku Ray, our correspondent in Dehli on the lack of coconut harvesters in India, hire-purchase Levi's and how Indians are embracing the recent phenomenon of supermarkets.
Johanna Knox takes us out searching for brassicaceae, a relative of the radish and mustard plant.
In the UK, bees are being promoted as pets for city dwellers. Johannes Paul on the 'Beehaus', specially designed for urban beekeeping.
Miners wore them and the US Navy too. Hugo Lindgren of New York magazine on how the t-shirt moved from being an undergarment to becoming a fashion accessory.