This Way Up for Saturday 31 July 2010
Listener food questions with Professor Julian Heyes of Massey University. Why do supermarkets spray water and mist on their fruit and veg? Plus strangely sprouting tomatoes: are frog genes to blame?
Nicholas Carr's book The Shallows suggests the internet is changing the way we think, read and remember.
There's rumours the sugary chocolate and hazelnut spread could be banned by the European Union. John Hooper lives in Rome.
Joe Biggins blows up movie extras every day. He's got an inflatable crowd of 40,000 on his books!
Keith Stuart of the Guardian reports. With gamers expecting more realistic sports simulation games, every move gets recorded with the latest motion capture technology. So every wave to the crowd and goal celebration matches the real-life player!
Maggie Forest continues our series on famous sauces and condiments . Piccalilli is the mustard vegetable pickle coloured yellow with turmeric that dates back to Roman times.
The ancient sport of sumo is having more image problems. Plus the South Korean government's unveiled ambitious plans to help the estimated 2 million Koreans it claims are addicted to the internet. Justin McCurry reports.