How computers and digital technology affect our lives around the world. Presented by Gareth Mitchell. Available for download weekly on Tuesdays.

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  • 16 Sep 14: Brighton Digital Festival

    Tue, 16 Sep 14

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    A report from the Brighton Digital Festival focuses on digital archaeologists, artists who make and interact with robots, and a composer who uses a lap top as a musical instrument

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  • 09 Sep 14: dConstruct: Living with the Network

    Tue, 9 Sep 14

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    Click investigates triumphs and pitfalls of the digital age at the dConstruct Conference

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  • 02 Sep 14: Modi’s Twitter vs Mainstream; Virtual Surgery; Ring the Changes+

    Tue, 2 Sep 14

    36 mins

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    Is India's Prime Minister spurning mainstream media for an easier time on social media?; Medical students learn how to operate virtually; The deaf choreographer who is visualising music

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  • 26 Aug 14: Superfast Internet; Simpleye; The Dark Net; Saudi Smart City

    Tue, 26 Aug 14

    38 mins

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    How to build a superfast internet and conserve energy too; An app enabling blind people to better use touchscreens; Jamie Bartlett discusses what lurks behind the dark net; Building a Saudi smart city from scratch

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  • 19 Aug 14: Ebola Goes Viral; SmartCane; Filming at Speed of Light; Breton and Wikipedia

    Tue, 19 Aug 14

    37 mins

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    Tolu Ogunlesi reports on how social networks help and hinder the fight against Ebola; Rohan Paul demonstrates a smart cane for people with visual impairment; Jonathan Leach discusses the development of a camera that can see around corners; A report on how Wikipedia aims to help preserve minority languages

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