This Way Up for Saturday 17 April 2010
In some parts of the world the wool market's tanking. So rather than spending money shearing sheep, Englishman Peter Baber's breeding some that moult instead.
In 2007 Polaroid stopped making its massively popular instant cameras and then the film that went inside. Marlene Kelnreiter of the Impossible Project on its attempt to bring it back to life.
Jonathan Watts lives in Beijing where illegal rubbish dumping means city authorities are looking at giant deodorant sprays to freshen things up.
Some of Telstra Clear's 300,000 internet customers have been having problems downloading videos from YouTube. We find out what's going on with Geekzone blogger Mauricio Freitas and John Bone, Telstra Clear's Head of Customer Experience.
Adrian Johns has been studying the history of intellectual property rights from the Middle Ages to the present day.