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  1. 16/02/2010

    Australia v hackers; cyber security; Windows Phone 7; Google Buzz; Digital Bell-ringing.

    First broadcast: 16 Feb 2010

  2. 09/02/2010

    Distance learning; Language Learning on Phones; One Laptop Per Child; 21st Century School.

    First broadcast: 09 Feb 2010

  3. 02/02/2010

    CrisisCamp Haiti; Eye on Earth; launch-pad iPad; techno-teaching in Lesotho.

    First broadcast: 02 Feb 2010

  4. 26/01/2010

    Howard Schmidt on cyber crime; Malaysia's love of Twitter; BBC's MyWorld doc; cMatrix12

    First broadcast: 26 Jan 2010

  5. 19/01/2010

    Reconnecting Haiti; Google in China; Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.

    First broadcast: 19 Jan 2010

  6. 12/01/2010

    Consumer Electronics Show; Censorship in Iran; Stream UK; Solar scooters in Rio.

    First broadcast: 12 Jan 2010

  7. 05/01/2010

    Consumer Electronics Show; audio search engine; iWarrior; Montenegrin domain name sale

    First broadcast: 05 Jan 2010

  8. 29/12/2009

    Digital art at the V&A; Tagging rubbish; Mapping Sao Paulo for accessibility

    First broadcast: 29 Dec 2009

  9. 22/12/2009

    Firefox mobile browser; Copenhagen cycling; Virtual London shopping.

    First broadcast: 22 Dec 2009

  10. 15/12/2009

    Cameron's Avatar; Film tips for activists; Andy Hopper on climate change

    First broadcast: 15 Dec 2009

  11. 08/12/2009

    Denmark's Green Lighthouse; Vint Cerf's smart home; Smart meters; Malta's smart grid.

    First broadcast: 08 Dec 2009

  12. 24/11/2009

    Internet Governance Forum in Egypt; Intel Reader; Recycling mobile phone waste in India.

    First broadcast: 24 Nov 2009

  13. 17/11/2009

    Josh Harris's web life; phone monitoring; Africa's future mobile phones; digital plaster.

    First broadcast: 17 Nov 2009

  14. 10/11/2009

    Interactive Rite of Spring; BBC digital revolution; African techies; Jimmy Wales (Pt 2)

    First broadcast: 10 Nov 2009

  15. 03/11/2009

    Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia; Informed by Mendeley; Google Wave; MuseTrek at the Louvre

    First broadcast: 03 Nov 2009

  16. 27/10/2009

    Windows 7 is rolled out; the rise of sentient cities and African novels on mobile phones.

    First broadcast: 27 Oct 2009

  17. 20/10/2009

    Twitter and Media Law; Science of the Web; Network Relief Kit; Bill Brindley on NetHope

    First broadcast: 20 Oct 2009

  18. 13/10/2009

    International Cyber-laws; African Broadband; insect blogging in Kenya; crowd simulation

    First broadcast: 13 Oct 2009

  19. 06/10/2009

    SMS in Kenya; Fish who text; Musicians meet in Cyberspace

    First broadcast: 06 Oct 2009

  20. 29/09/2009

    Google Books;Computer Aid for Kenya's Blind;Anti-Wifi Paint;Bodleian Library&Google Books

    First broadcast: 29 Sep 2009

  21. 22/09/2009

    Rwanda and the digital future, VIST, EpiCollect software, Video adverts inside magazines

    First broadcast: 22 Sep 2009

  22. 15/09/2009

    KENYA SPECIAL: New broadband cables, animation industry, technology in Nairobi's slums

    First broadcast: 15 Sep 2009

  23. 08/09/2009

    Google books controversy, missing Colombians database, NYPD's crime centre, Vint Cerf Pt 2

    First broadcast: 08 Sep 2009

  24. 01/09/2009

    Vint Cerf Pt 1, technology in neuro-rehabilitation, internet dating in Africa & India

    First broadcast: 01 Sep 2009

  25. 25/08/2009

    Afghan elections online, Cybermentors, Iranian computer games, Italian wine technology

    First broadcast: 25 Aug 2009

  26. 18/08/2009

    Sexting teen trend, Venice feedback, Maker Faire Africa, Gordon Bell

    First broadcast: 18 Aug 2009

  27. 11/08/2009

    Making emails self destruct and Obama's search for cyber security experts of the future

    First broadcast: 11 Aug 2009

  28. 04/08/2009

    Ever felt like someone's spying on you? You will after this week's Digital Planet.

    First broadcast: 04 Aug 2009

  29. 28/07/2009

    How social networks are getting news out of Iran, and new high speed broadband for Africa

    First broadcast: 28 Jul 2009

  30. 21/07/2009

    Computers nearly stopped the first moon landing & what happens to your data when you die.

    First broadcast: 21 Jul 2009

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