Wed, 29 Oct 14
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Click Live has reviews of Amazon's Fire TV, Google's new email manager, Inbox and one of the people behind the world's first "cultural centre for gaming".
Tue, 21 Oct 14
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The Guardian's games editor, Keith Stuart and Brendan Sinclair, the News Editor at Gamesindustry.biz join Adam Rosser to discuss the threats made against Anita Sarkeesian and gamergate. How closely entwined are these two threads and can they be unpicked? Nick Cowen is on hand with this week's review; The Evil Within. Is it a return to form for Shinji Mikami?
Wed, 15 Oct 14
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Sarah Brett and Dan Walker are joined by Click's LJ Rich to check out the latest and greatest sport and fitness tech - plus Stephen Fry on the apps he can't live without, the man who raced a tube train on YouTube and much more.
Tue, 14 Oct 14
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is under discussion this week. Professor Adam Roberts, Phill Cameron and Aoife Wilson join Adam to wonder whether J.R.R. would have approved.
Tue, 7 Oct 14
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David Jenkins and Andy Kelly join Adam Rosser to talk about Alien Isolation. Game Transfer Phenomena; what is it and why has Adam been hearing things when he makes a coffee? Angelica Ortiz de Gortari from Nottingham Trent University is on hand to explain and something interesting is happening with Kickstarter, Thomas Bidaux has been analysing the crowdfunding scene for ICO Partners.
Sat, 4 Oct 14
4 days remaining
Maddie Moate has news of a flying car in Tech News. Web news with Helen Zaltzman and Rory Reid includes the master of the mash-up. 6music's Chris Hawkins talks to Alt-J, and Adrian Phillips runs throught the Uk's least popular tourist attractions.
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