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An Introduction To First Click

Click the play button on the video below to watch Terry Wogan introducing First Click on Radio 2. You'll also hear from different Radio 2 presenters about how they got online.

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This site is aimed at those of you who are brand new to the internet and people who'd like to get a friend or relative online.

On the right you'll see links to three more videos featuring Radio 2 presenters which cover some key areas for the budding internet user.

More About BBC First Click

First Click is a campaign running across the BBC encouraging the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK who do not have access to the internet to take the first steps to get online.

There are a few things you can do to help a friend or relative get online for the first time. Firstly you can give them the phone number for the BBC First Click Advice Line 08000 150 950 which will help you find a beginners' computer course in your local area. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

You can also download and print the First Click step-by-step guide on computer and internet basics.

Download the guide

There's also a lot more help and information available on the BBC Connect website.

BBC Connect

Listening & Watching Online

Ken Bruce

Safety & Security Online

Jeremy Vine

Joining Conversations

Simon Mayo

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