Hi Tony, There are two (other) BBC related radio programmes on computers & technology that I know of. One is called iPM, (sharing what we know), and is put out weekly on Saturday evenings after either 6.00 or 6.30 hours, on the BBC Radio 4 (Web site). (It is also available ad a podcast. (iPM - Interactive Pm? - being a substitute for their 'PM' during the week, perhaps. I think it's re-broadcast on some BBC local stations such as Radio Wales, etc., but I can't promise that.) The other programme I'm familiar with is BBC World Service's Digital Planet, broadcast at various times on Monday, Tuesday and early Wednesday, also available as a downloadable podcast. I mention these in part because the BBC Click-On-Line programme is largely a TV/video experience, even over the Web. between the three of them, they cover much common ground. Thus, I listen to Digital Planet regularly whilst occasionally listening to iPM. I use the Click Online programme if a BBC technology article which interests me links to it. (Of course, I cannot do all of these things in the same or an approximately same time-frame!) There is even an NPR - WPR, World Public Radio - programme, actually) which produces a technollogy programme in part collaboration with BBC World, again as a podcast; and it's also a pretty good show. There's just loadza stuff out there. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tony Sweeney" <tonysweeney1@xxxxxxxxxx> To: "vics" <vicsireland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2008 11:37 PM Subject: [vicsireland] Click url www.bbcworld.com/click It is not the BBC url that possibly most of us might be used to! Tony.