This Way Up for Saturday 16 February 2013
How sales of luxury watches are defying the global downturn and recording record sales. So why are so many people spending thousands on a pricey watch in tight economic times?With Tracy McVeigh of The Observer and veteran watchmaker Ian Young.
Vincent Lebot is working on a team doing genetic tests on Captain Cook's old sweet potatoes to work out exactly where our modern kumara comes from.
Chris Parkin lives in the UK where horsemeat is on the menu, whether you like it or not.
The super-grain quinoa has become hugely popular among vegetarians and food-lovers worldwide. Dan Collyns is a multimedia journalist based in Peru.
Charles Arthur beams in with the latest news from the world of technology; this week, driverless cars that rely on laser sensors rather than GPS, and reports that Apple could be planning a move into wearable computing with a wristwatch.
Science journalist Linda Geddes examines some of the most common myths surrounding pregnancy and parenthood.