Saturday Edition's Chris Warburton brings you the latest technology and the web news, plus science, cars, and more.
Sat, 8 Mar 14
27 days remaining
Helen Zaltzman and Rory Reid look back at the past week online tonight the Texas pensioner trying to get the most retweeted selfie of all time. Technology journalist Maddie Moate is looking at the airbourne internet - the fascinating efforts apparently being made by Facebook and Google to try and get the internet to the vast swatches of the world which have no connectivity. And Steve Fowler looks at what was on display at the Geneva Motor Show.
Sat, 1 Mar 14
20 days remaining
Podcaster Helen Zaltzman and technology expert Rory Reid look at the week online - Amazon's potential challenge to Spotify and claims that Google's doodles (the little cartoons they sometimes have on the homepage) are sexist. Chris Hawkins is at the 6 Music festival in Manchester, with Fun Loving Criminal Huey Morgan and punk poet John Cooper Clarke. Travel writer Adrian Phillips on growing concerns over travel to Egypt and how a third of people on cruises apparently spend the whole time with alcohol in their system. And Maddie Moate rounds up the technology news, including the app that could help you overcome your fear of spiders and the car fuelled by toilet waste.
Sat, 22 Feb 14
13 days remaining
Helen Zaltzman looks at the week online - protest videos and why Facebook paid an extraordinary price for a messaging app. Simon Watt - has the science news, talking about what's being called the biggest science experiment ever undertaken. And why your dog might understand you better than you think. Helen Brown, a book critic for The Telegraph takes us through the top 10 - and tell us why hundreds of books about Anne Frank have been vandalised in Japan. And Maddie Moate rounds up technology news. Self lacing trainers becoming reality. And the passenger plane without windows....you'll be able to watch a film - or whatever you like - on the wall instead.
Sat, 15 Feb 14
6 days remaining
Technology Expert Maddie Moate looks at tiny wind turbines, termite inspired robots, and a new bit of kit that projects images on to your eyeballs. Podcaster Helen Zaltzman looks at news from the web - the good and bad sides of Twitter have been on display - abuse aimed at Olympic speed skater Elise Christie has forced her to close her account, while a campaign to help send a homeless man back home to Jamaica has raised more than ten thousand pounds. And Steve Fowler - editor-in-chief of AutoExpress - takes listener questions, and has news that MG is to start turning out SUVs.
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