On this edition: big-band leader and composer James Last turns 85, the 'king of kitsch' Harald Glöckner and his glitzy fashion, how snow and ice are produced for film and advertising, and what its like living on a houseboat in Paris. And last but not least, in our series, we'll show you innovative furniture designed specially for bicycle-lovers
Our guest in this edition has an extraordinary story to tell. A lecturer in Iran she was forced to flee after a photo taken from her Facebook profile was erroneously used by international media to illustrate a breaking news story about 27 year-old Neda Agha-Soltan. A woman who had been shot dead at a demonstration against the Iranian government.
Data Done Differently - Marketing your own data: Anyone who reveals information about themselves online can be sure that one company or another will be scooping it up and selling it. So why not profit from your own data. German company Data Fairplay offers consumers the chance to market their own data. Is that only fair - or is it a risky proposition?