The BBC's flagship technology news programme. Click (previously Click Online) is a weekly BBC television programme covering news and recent developments in the world of consumer technology, presented by Spencer Kelly. There are three editions of the programme, including two 30-minute programmes: the first is produced for a UK audience and shown on BBC News, the second is produced for a global audience, aired on BBC World News, usually identical with a commercial break in the middle. The 15-minute version is shown on BBC One and BBC News during BBC Breakfast (at the weekend). The programme was rebranded in 2005 with new music and titles and now concentrates more on consumer issues, and not necessarily the internet or what users can do or visit "online".
Click looks at how VR is being used to help prosecute Nazis at WWII concentration camps and how it can be used to help learn a language.Watch Now:Amazon
Forget self-driving cars, Click takes to the skies in an autonomous aircraft. Plus, poverty-predicting software and sci-fi shopping.Watch Now:Amazon
A look at how artificial intelligence is being used in the healthcare industry, and how 3D printing could change the way buildings are designed.Watch Now:Amazon
Click celebrates Christmas! The team unwraps some Christmas goodies and looks back at the best bits of Click from 2016.Watch Now:Amazon
The very best bits of the tech show from 2017 including tech for cats, a visit to Fukushima, the X-Prize in Africa, and elevators that go sideways.Watch Now:Amazon
Click explores how religion has gone online during the coronavirus pandemic. Plus Norway's national telecom provider to shows how the government is monitoring if their social distancing rules are being obeyed. And Imogen Heap has teamed up with a UK AI researcher to make an entry for the first Eurovision AI generated music contest.
The PS5 - the newest console in the latest generation of gaming. It's been highly sought after - but for more reasons than one. The pandemic has meant there's been a higher demand for electronics, and a chip shortage has caused a lower supply of consoles. So, in come the scalpers - people who use bots to monitor and buy up rare items, before reselling them at a higher price. Though completely legal in practice, it's very unpopular - but not everyone practices it for greed. Click explores the world of scalping - talking to people who want to make as much money as they can, but also those who rely on it to keep a roof over their heads.
Click is taken for a ride in one of the first-fare paying driverless cabs in San Francisco. Also, the augmented reality experience that uses the sense of smell to help museum visitors solve a historical mystery, how artificial intelligence is helping the perfume industry sniff out tomorrow's fragrances, and the teams test out the iPhone 14.
Another chance to see Click's 360 show, the world's first TV programme to be made entirely in 360 video. This special episode of Click takes you from the snow-covered research base high on the Swiss Alps to the depths of CERN.Watch Now:Amazon
Click visits the Hay Festival and chats to some of the biggest names in technology. Plus a look at how social media is being used in the general election.
Gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. Click travels to Rwanda to see how drones are being used to potentially save lives in rural areas.Watch Now:Amazon
Click is on patrol in Texas with police using secure broadband tech to enhance their work. Plus the latest from Pluto, and how advertisers try to read your emotions.Watch Now:Amazon
Click looks at how first responders deal with terror attacks with a new VR training tool. Plus a look at artificial muscle and turning urine into electricity.
One of the technology world's biggest events is back. Click is in Las Vegas checking out the greatest, and most outlandish, innovations at CES 2022.
Click investigates how electric vehicle charging points can be targeted by hackers. Plus drones being tested on an erupting volcano in Iceland, with a view to deploy them on Mars.
This is the 1,000th episode of Click - so we’ve created a special show that gives you complete control over what you watch. Check it out at bbc.co.uk/click1000.Watch Now:Amazon
Click looks at whether your car could be susceptible to hackers and test out a gum shield that may help to spot early signs of concussion.Watch Now:Amazon
Click will be in Japan to report from CEATEC, Asia's largest technology and electronics exhibition. We also travel to Los Angeles to report on the latest developments from Adobe Max where the company will showcase their latest products and demos.Watch Now:Amazon
Click goes behind the scenes at the Austrian Grand Prix, checks out India's DIY self-driving cars and gets inside a hurricane simulator.
Click investigates technologies promising to help you live longer, from young blood plasma injections to preserving your body for future resurrection.Watch Now:Amazon
Tech to turn anybody into an artist, virtual reality art galleries, and the team becomes a VR Star Trek crew.
Click visits Paris to check out the world's biggest startup space, political 'holograms' and super-flavoured strawberries in shipping containers.Watch Now:Amazon
In Click's second instalment for Japan Direct, Spencer Kelly and the team leave Tokyo to find out what technical innovations the rest of the country has to offer. First, a strange hotel run by robots.Watch Now:Amazon
The team look into how tech is being used to count and analyse the large-scale movement of people.Watch Now:Amazon
A special on artificial intelligence. The team check out the intelligent algorithms that can watch basketball, trade in the stock markets and cure cancer.Watch Now:Amazon