Whether you’re fully MP3’d up, wirelessly broadband compatible or even if you struggle to find your PC’s ON switch, a new BBC Radio 4 magazine series from The Open University has something for you.
Rajesh Mirchandani presents Click On, an exciting and lively new IT radio programme to be broadcast at 9.00pm on Wednesday January 31 and every subsequent Wednesday for six weeks.
The series will also feature in-depth reports on serious IT issues such as the shady figures behind email spam and the influence that business and commercial companies have over computers in schools.
The Open University is working with the BBC to ensure the series is going to be an informative and entertaining programme that will keep listeners thoroughly up-to-date with IT issues.
“With more computer power, interconnectivity and multimedia features available now on most mobile phones than were possible with the PCs of even 10 years ago, the pace of change in ICT continues apparently unabated. Keeping up to date is difficult for even the most avid technology watcher, let alone the rest of us.
“Also, ongoing research at The Open University continues to demonstrate the impact on consumers’ lives. This important OU/BBC collaboration highlights the importance that the University gives to this area”.
The Open University and BBC have been in partnership for more than 30 years, providing educational programming to a mass audience. In recent times this partnership has evolved from late night programming for delivering courses to peak time programmes with a broad appeal to encourage wider participation in learning
All broadcast information is correct at time of issue
For interview requests and further information please contact Guy Bailey, for programme information please contact Monise Durani, contact details below
Related Courses and programmes from the Open University:-
- M150 Data, Computing & Information