Stephen Fry: Gadget Man. Channel 4: 8.30pm
Stephen Fry, Britain's favourite clever clogs, doesn't live life like the rest of us. He doesn't get caught in traffic jams, doesn't have to push his own shopping trolley or even hold his own toothbrush - instead he relies on his collection of trusty gadgets to make his life run smoothly. In this new series, Stephen shares his passion as he welcomes viewers into his wonderful world of technology. He gets his hands dirty trying out all the products and prototypes he can lay his hands on: gadgets from the future, gadgets from the past, life-changing ones, and sweet little gizmos that you buy today that will change the way you live your life tomorrow. In the first episode, Jonathan Ross joins him to look at how the daily commute can be made more bearable
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:32 | Monday 19th November 2012 | TV Highlights
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