Should we boycott palm oil?
Before you take a bite out of the old Easter egg this Sunday think about what's in it. More than likely it is palm oil, which is a substance used not only in chocolate but many products on the supermarket shelves.
To get palm oil, the habitat of the orangutan in Indonesia and Malaysia is being destroyed and if that disappears so does the ape.
Mark Sainsbury speaks to Amy Robbins from Auckland Zoo who is the team leader of the primate section and is passionate about saving the orangutan.
Is the Shroud of Turin genuine?
The Shroud of Turin is a mystery that has baffled the world for centuries.
Art historian Thomas de Wesselow thinks he's got the answer. He believes the cloth is the real thing and that its existence explains why Christians believe in the resurrection.
Mark Sainsbury spoke to de Wesselow earlier this week.
His book The Sign is in bookshops now.
Frankie Valli not slowing down
He was the man of the 1960s whose falsetto voice made famous so many hits.
Even though he's 78, Frankie Valli isn't showing any signs of slowing down. Which isn't bad given he's been on the road pretty much non stop since the early 1960s.
Mike Hosking caught up with Valli after his show last night.
National kart sports championships
Hamilton is gearing up for the national kart sports championships.
Michael Holland checks it out.
Hopping mad about rabbits
Every day is Easter at Kathryn Roper's place. She's surrounded by rabbits 24/7.
We sent along Matt Chisholm to find out why.