This Way Up for Saturday 3 March 2012
We're off to the worlds largest mustard museum with over 5,000 different mustards from more than 60 different countries. Barry Levenson is a former assistant Attorney-General of Wisconsin and curator of the museum.
Alison Sandle's getting spicy with cardamom. It's the spice the ancient Egyptians used to clean their teeth, and the Vikings loved to bake with!
We used to store photos and letters in the attic or the filing cabinet but now lots of this kind of stuff lives online. So what happens when the website you've got it on shuts down? Well it's all gone unless Jason Scott and the rest of The Archive Team get there first.
Peter Griffin talks online privacy, and with Google changing how it collects data about you and what you're doing on the internet we ask what the changes mean for people using Google's services.
The Quake-Catcher Network is a network of sensors dotted around the world in homes, schools, and offices providing valuable information on seismic activity. Elizabeth Cochran is project leader.
Lucy Gilliam of the New Dawn Traders is part of a team of traders sailing an old boat around the world to show sail's still a viable way to transport goods around the globe.
Throwing plastic beads and other stuff to spectators off the carnival floats has become part of the Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans. Kirk Groh of Verdi Gras is focussing on these beads to try and make Mardi Gras greener.