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About the programme

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Click is the BBC's flagship technology brand across TV and radio. On TV it's broadcast throughout the week on BBC One, the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. The weekly radio edition is broadcast on World Service Radio each Tuesday.

Click is also available to watch and listen to online after broadcast.

How can I watch Click?

On TV in the UK (local time)

On the News Channel (UK):

Saturday: 0130, 0330 (short), 0645 (short), 1130, 1530 and 2030.

Sunday 0430, 0745, 1130, 1530 and 2030.

Monday: 0030.

Viewers in the UK can also watch the latest programme online using the BBC iPlayer .

On TV outside the UK (all times GMT)

Friday
1530 BBC World News

Saturday
0630 BBC World News

Sunday
1230 BBC World News
1830 BBC World News

Viewers outside the UK can watch most of our reports on this website plus weekly highlights from the programme.

World Service Radio

For World Service listings please click here

Persian Click

Farsi speakers can also watch BBC Persian Click online and on BBC Persian TV.

How can I contact the programme?

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The BBC may edit your comments and not all emails will be published. Your comments may be published on any BBC media worldwide.




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