This Way Up for Saturday 30 October 2010
With big players like GM and Google getting serious about the driverless car, we ask Raja Sengupta how soon human drivers could be taking a back seat.
The cricket season's upon us- ah, the sound of leather on willow! But do you go English or Kashmir willow? Scott Lindsay of Kilbirnie Sports with our buyer's guide to cricket bats.
Every golf shot on the PGA Tour is getting recorded using lasers and logged on Shotlink's giant database; it has over 7 million golf shots stored away. Michael Agger's been to see the Shotlink system in action.
Alka Patel's an expat New Zealander who's trying to wean Americans off apple pies and convince them that savoury pies really are a good idea!
Jane Brox has looked at our relationship with artificial light and how it's shaping our lives in her new book,"Brilliant".
We're foraging for jasmine with Johanna Knox.
Louise's chutney's looking a bit off colour. Sam Heenan of Otago University reckons he knows what's going on.
Professor Karen Pine is studying how women's spending habits are influenced by their menstrual cycles.