This Way Up for Saturday 20 November 2010
The launch of the computer game 'Tour Of Duty: Black Ops' has been huge. Plus how life's turning into one big game; it's called gamification. Keith Stuart of the Guardian reports.
Gail Steketee's been studying compulsive hoarding for years. She's just written 'Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding And The Meaning Of Things'.
Galit Maxwell de-clutters people's homes for a living.
The lab test results are back. Plus a more detailed explanation of how kettle discolouration happens with Chris Nokes of ESR.
We head to the UK to chat to expat journo Chris Parkin. Cycle to work schemes, reindeer meat, and free cheese for the Irish.
We're looking at fish oil capsules with Associate Professor Marie Wong of Massey University. So are they all the same, how do you make them, and what does 'molecularly distilled' mean?
Remixing New Zealand culture with Courtney Johnston, one of the organisers of the Mix and Mash competition.