Heads-up : "Click"

Discussion in 'TiVo Series 1 - UK' started by cwaring, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. cwaring

    cwaring VM Tivo User

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    With most of us (I assume ) being very techy/gadget-minded I assume that "Click" is in most of our SP lists :)

    If it's not, at least try and catch it this week; 1530* today and 0030 tomorrow morning.

    They're in South Korea this week, so lots of "I want one!" moments :D

    (*My Tivo seems to think it's on at 1630 as well, but I doubt it!)
     
  2. Logan

    Logan New Member

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    Each episode is on about 5 times over a week.

    The internet & phone speeds were quite impressive,
    ...megabytes per second,HDSPA & Wibro,
    & how about a 10-megapixel camera phone or one with built-in motion sensors.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/click_online/default.stm

    BBC News 24: Saturday at 20:30, Sunday at 04:30 and 16:30, Monday at 00:30.

    A slightly shorter version during BBC Breakfast is shown on:

    BBC News 24 & BBC One: Saturday at 06:45
    BBC News 24 & BBC Two: Sunday at 07:30
     
  3. ericd121

    ericd121 Crown Topper

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  4. alanjrobertson

    alanjrobertson New Member

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    Yep, Click's great - record it overnight early Sunday morning every week. I'd also recommend the 'Gadget Show' - 7.15pm on Mondays on Five. Lots of gadgets covered and normally some wacky gadget/tech-related competition between the presenters each week - quite entertaining!

    Alan
     
  5. Fred Smith

    Fred Smith Still learning

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    Usually watch it first time around on Thursdays evenings at 8.30 pm on BBC World. :)

    Been using a HSDPA 3G data card for about three months now. Certainly beats GPRS hands down when in a HSDPA area.
     
  6. cwaring

    cwaring VM Tivo User

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    That's not supposed to be availabe in the UK but I assume you're using a dish pointed at something other than Astra or something? :)
     
  7. Sneals2000

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    I'm running an HSDPA enabled T-Mobile Vario II - their WebnWalk plans are great. (£7.50 for phone use, 12.50 for Modem use - with a cap of around 1Gb and 3Gb per month respectively. No VOIP use allowed...)

    Compared to other providers - their data tariffs are great.
     

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