About Click

Click is the BBC’s flagship technology programme. We’re on both TV and radio – across five BBC channels – and can be found on many social networks and iPlayer. The simplest way we’ve worked out to describe what we do is “the best debate on global technology, social media and the internet,” or “your guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news”. But we just hope that you can join us.

  • Where can I watch/listen to the programme?

    This is tricky. All times for TV are in GMT/BST depending on the time of year (the World News times remain as GMT). If you click on the channel title, you can see the full listings.

    BBC World News on Saturdays 0830 and 1630 and Sundays at 0430 and 1330

    BBC Two on Mondays at 1030

    BBC UK News Channel on Saturdays at 0130 and both Saturday and Sunday at 1130 and 1530

    BBC Breakfast on Saturdays at 0645 and Sundays 0745.

    And we’re on the radio as well. That is even trickier so we’ll leave that to the billings people, who will let you know how to listen here.

    For Click on iPlayer, just head to the Click homepage. For radio, you can listen to a lot of episodes. Once again, the World Service is the place to go.

    Radio - If you are after the Click podcast, it can be found here.

  • Are you on social media?

    We are on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook for the moment. And Click’s radio broadcast has its own Facebook page. We’re sure (hopeful) that we’ll be on any new and exciting platforms as they emerge – we pop up all over the place.

  • How can I send in my comments/praise/complaints?

    You can send in your comments and praise in a variety of ways. You can tweet, message us on Facebook or Google+ (see links above) or the “old-fashioned” way of actual email. We can be reached on Click@bbc.co.uk.

    We can’t guarantee a reply, as we receive so many messages a day, but we’ll try our best. We have Feedback sections in the programme regularly so you could hear yourselves then.

    We are sorry but there are no ways to complain to us, particularly not using any of the details given above.

    More seriously, if you wish to make a formal complaint about Click or any other BBC programme or service, please visit the BBC Complaints website.

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