19/12/2015 Click


19/12/2015

It's the Click Xmas special. Around the festive table there's Daleks, cocktails, robot racing and a capella singing. Plus camera gadgets to take on Safari.


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Have we got a present for you? There will be bouncing, bracing, knitting,

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shaking and... It was the week before Christmas and

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all through the house that team assembled at the click of a mouse.

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Presence were shared, opened and praised to a great festive special

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many a glass was raised. -- presents. Hello and welcome to the

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Christmas special! Everyone is here, all the outfits and colours are

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here. If you are wondering where LJ Rich is, she is here! Listen, apart

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from the beautiful playing you have something else that will introduce a

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vote of festive cheers? It is this. The a cappella app. That is truly

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amazing. That is a beautiful thing. All singing in harmony. It is quite

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fun to do. I know six people who would like to have a go at that and

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be awful at it. Shall we? Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the

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way... Babababab, jingle bells, jingle bells. ALL SING.

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That is pretty special. You know who would be really good at that? It is

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a shame he is not here. Dave Lee. Who is all the way in San Francisco!

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But, fortunately, he is here the magic of technology! Come here.

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Merry Christmas, everyone! Look at you! I am loving your wheels. Thank

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you very much. I've lost a bit of weight. Earlier this year we all

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went to South Korea and Dave, as well as your cutting edge tech

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journalism, you did something extra special for our Christmas programme.

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Tell us about it. I don't know if you have ever heard of Muck Bang, it

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is about getting on camera, eating lots of food and generally being

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crazy. I went to Korea and I did some of that with one of the guest

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webcam stars in Korea. We had a lot of fun and an awful lot of bad food.

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Yes, this is what happened. Good. Let's do it. Three, two, one.

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Hello. What are we going to cook? That's a big sausage. This is going

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in? Now we're talking. That smells very strong. No!

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LAUGHS. Oh, no! What's happened? OK. OK, Dave. Dave! Brocade. I'll try

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that. -- OK. You try some. Oh, God... I don't know how you

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could possibly lose weight, having done that. You will notice that I

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didn't exactly eat much of the food, kindly prepared for me by BJ

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Biryong. Watching that back reminds me of how awful I felt that morning.

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It was... Yeah, it wasn't particularly tasty. I'm not sure I

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would make a very good Korean Muck Bang star. If I was, I might go for

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something like a bacon sandwich. Something easy to eat. And maybe not

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bouncing on a trampoline straight afterwards after. Thank you! Merry

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Christmas! That's Davey, everyone! OK, reverse. Now, that's made me

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thirsty. Fortunately... He can't see how far he is going back. Let's give

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it a moment. There we go! Good. Right, who fancies a drink after

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that? Fortunately, Mark has been mixing something special for us over

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there. What I'm going to do is the perfect festive tipple with the aid

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of this, which is a very posh set of scales which plugs into a tablet.

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All you do is select the drink that you want to make from this enormous

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list. You've got the ingredients. Make sure you've got all of those

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before you start. Build. Basically, it tells you how much of an

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ingredient you need to add. As it's a scale it is measuring how much of

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any one of the liquids I am pouring in. This is the clever bit. If I

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pour too much of any of the ingredients in, the app recalculate

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and figures out how much of the other ingredients I need to add so

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that the drink is absolutely perfect. It can even suggest drinks

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based on the information you tell it about ingredients you have in your

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cupboards. I might not be a cocktail palm and to do at least now have the

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perfectly measured drink. -- barman. There you go. Get your laughing gear

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around that. Fantastic. Thank you. Ah, yeah. I detect a hint of irony.

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Thank you. Just a dash of sarcasm on the side. Spencer, stop what you're

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doing. I've got a present for you. It is just underneath this. I.e.

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Ready for the big reveal? I wondered what that was. You might be shocked.

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What does it do please? If you could place the hearing. Ho, ho, ho, I

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have a treat for you. Merry Christmas. See you next time. Love

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you. It reads out tweets? That's right. It is looking at Twitter and

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taking any tweets from the BBC that says Merry Christmas and reading

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that out. Fantastic. Powell? Internet is a recipe pie. -- how? It

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is connected to the internet. Did you write the code? Yes. That's

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proper dedication to something so freaky. If you like it that much,

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you can get your own recipe pie. It cost four quid and it will let you

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make one of those. The same functionality. Fantastic! I am

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flabbergasted. Let's keep it switched on and see if anyone tweets

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us. Spencer... I've got a present for

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you. I hope you like it. Here I go. Stop looking. You still don't know

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what it is. It's a white box, thank you so much. This company aims to

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use ethically sourced materials but instead of having to replace your

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phone every couple of years because it has separate components that you

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can easily change you should just be able to replace parts when they

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break. Wow. You can easily open it, see you can see how they come apart.

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You have to slide the two Bluebeard at the bottom. The screen comes off,

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the battery can be easily changed and you can even replace the camera.

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Why don't you try and take a photo? Let's do that. Say cheese!

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Beautiful. Well, it is the holiday season, so everyone will be snapping

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away. You've been away recently, Dan? Yes. I've been to Africa.

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Testing some new camera kit. Before we do that, we do a version of this

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programme in Farsi. We thought we would have a bit of a competition

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while on safari in Malawi. To see who has the best camera gadgets. We

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didn't really want to carry bulky cameras. And we want to see who has

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the best shots. But gay. We won? BOTH: Me! -- OK.

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Monkey! We've taken to the water to see who can take the best wildlife

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shot with a smartphone and we've both those in some top gadgets to

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help with that. First up, the DXO1. You just plug it

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in. It fires up, click the lens hood and you are ready to shoot with all

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of the options of a larger camera, including full manual control. I can

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zoom in, in manual mode, and I've got full control of the shutter

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speed, I get a low depth of field, really professional style shot. The

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DXO1's Twenty20 is -- megapixel shots are stored on a USB card,

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while a smaller version is said to your mobile for sharing. It features

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a three-time optical zooms I can get closer without losing any

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resolution. And the shutter speed can capture any fast moving action.

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You didn't tell me how much it costs. $599. Almost as much as the

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phone! OK, it's a little bit pricey, but three times zoom. If you are

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after zoom, I've got something that will give you great zoom and it

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works with any phone. She has found a snap zoom. You will need a pair of

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binoculars for this. Just snapped them on to one side and fix your

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phone onto the other. Now she has got the equivalent of a dig, Elke

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telephoto lens. -- big, bulky. I just can't get close enough. I've

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got the perfect shots. That's your full shot. Mine is

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better but I'm further away. Very nice. But is that a screwdriver

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you're fiddling with? Yes. It's awkward and fiddly, isn't it? It's

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cheap, just $50. While you've been fidd well that, you've missed all

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the wildlife. You've hardly taken a shot. Actually, no. I already 100

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shots of the beautiful wildlife. Uh-huh.

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This is the lesser-spotted snapcam. Snap it once for a photo and twice

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to start videoing. This connects wirelessly to your phone so you can

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easily feed your hungry social media accounts. Live streaming to YouTube

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is expected next year. Supereasy to use. You can be busy

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doing what you're doing and just take the shot. But the only thing is

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all of these shots are quite wide, so the wildlife that we're out here

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to see, you can't really take a picture of it. Well, that's the

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choice you've got to make. Do you want to be present in the wildlife

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and occasionally capture the memory on this or do you want some

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artistic, decent shots? Both the snapcam and the DX 01 seemed

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power-hungry, lasting just a couple of hours. So I've brought along the

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world's thinnest solar charger to power up for the last chance at the

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perfect shot. Time to agree on who has won.

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Look at that. I mean that's a great shot of the elephants. That's an

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amazing shot. Yeah, that's nice, but you couldn't zoom as much as I did.

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Look how lose I got. It's just a bit of plastic there. It's just $50!

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# Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer # Had a shiny nose

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# But it was hard to text on... That's a sick outfit. I was a bit on

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the sleeve but you can't tell. Your jumper is delightful. Thank you. I

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designed it myself. Really? Well, sort of... I didn't want to risk

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having the same jumper as you, so I went to customise my clothes just by

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moving the mouse. It uses the same concept as 3D printing so it's as

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cost effective to make 100 unique designs as it would be to make 100

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of the same jumper. It's connected to industrial knitting machines in

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Central London where the pattern prints out in a matter of hours.

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Knit wear is delicate work and you still have to do the finishing

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touches by hand and it's finished! At ?200 for a marino wool jumper, it

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might not be for everyone, but you do get a custom label.

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# Ork, the weather outside is delightful

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# But the fire is so delightful # And since there's no place to go

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# Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

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Ho, ho, ho, merry Christmas, Spencer. Merry Christmas. A hessian

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sack. I haven't seen one of these since I jumped about in infant

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school in one. Proper presents! Look at this! Unwrap! Unwrap! Incoming

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present! Present is Dalek. Present is Dalek. Exterminate! One thing you

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need to be able to do on Christmas Day is exterminate your relatives!

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That's marvellous. I'll tidy that up later. That's beautiful. Because you

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got so excited about this last week... Right. Not that I want to

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spoil the surprise for you, I had a word with Santa and he managed to

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find this very, um, sought-after... BB-8, everybody. I had a real one

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last week and a toy one this time. That's the best reaction to a

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present I've ever had. What? The raspberry? Inductive charging base,

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trade wear, skill wear, hardware! It's got it all. And it's

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app-controlled. I tried it out and I have to say my cat loves lifting its

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head off by theary corral. She thinks it's the best one in the

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world. That's fantastic. Look at this. It's got three modes. It's got

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an explore mode, so you set it off and it explores and maps your areas

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on -- area on its own. Have you to block off stairs and things like

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that because it's not terribly intelligent about not going down the

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stairs. It's got the drive mode where you can basically control it

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and drive it your your smartphone app and it sends a holographic

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message. No way! Like, "Help me, Spenley-wan-clickobi! You're my only

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hope!" I'm so glad we rehearsed that. So this moves. That moves.

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Race? Only one way to decide. Robot race. Race!

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3, 2, 1... Go! On the south coast of England, the

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royal citadel, a military base with a very unusual recruit. My job is to

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hunt it down, dramatically. Overdramatically! Yes, it's a Dalek

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that lives with the army. And not just any home-made Dalek, a Dalek

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that was made by the Royal Citadel's vicar for a children's holiday club.

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Now where would I find said vicar dressed as a Dalek? Ah... Finally,

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we meet. Hello. Hello. You are in there? Yep. Can I help you off with

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this? You most certainly can. OK. Here we go. I can't believe I'm

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doing this. Wow. E! Oh! That's better. Oh, my word. What a...

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Beautiful thing. Oh, my goodness. It's a mobility scooter that you've

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modified. Absolutely. I'm counting on this in my old age, yeah, yeah.

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You have actually weaponised this, haven't you? He fires a lethal dose

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of carbon dioxide from a fire extinguisher. How you fit that in

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there, I don't know. It is a bit of a problem. It did get me in trouble

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once, actually. I was reading lines from inside the Dalek with a torch

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and so on and I exterminated somebody with the CO2, and then

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reached for my line but unfortunately the whole Dalek had

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filled up with kids. The padre has done Davros proud. The thing really

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zips along. But mind your ground clearance, vicar, are you might --

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or you might lose your skirt. Ooh! That's gotta hurt! We're grounded!

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Here it is - our exploded Dalek. The shell is made from MDF sat atop that

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scooter with the shortened wheel base. Now we're going to put this

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back together and then I'm going to get my Christmas wish. I'm going to

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drive the Dalek. Front, back, front, you've got the front. Right, I only

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need one more thing to become a Dalek. A chair. There you go. In you

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go. Ha! Ha! I am a Dalek! I am a Dalek! I am a Dalek! Wow! Woo-hoo!

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Wow, this is quite terrifying because all I can kind of see is

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grey. Maybe this is why they went round exterminating everyone. They

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just couldn't see properly and they needed things out of their way.

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Right. Time to find out what the human soldiers here at the Citadel

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make of their wheelie new recruit. Do not exterminate me. I am your new

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recruit. Sorry. I was trying to extend my

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plunger. Oh, well. Time for a good

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old-fashioned briefing and a nice group hug.

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After that, we'll be split into three sections... Looking forward to

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going out on manoeuvres. I'm getting quite good at reverse. Have you

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quite finished? Oh, I can't see. The vision's impaired. Pay attention to

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the brief. Thank you. # I'm gonna spend my Christmas with

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a Dalek # And hug it underneath the

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mistletoe... Hairy toun! Did I miss anything? Sorry. Oh! Is that it? Are

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we finished? Good. Right. End of programme. Thank you so much for

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watching our Click-mas Special. On behalf of all of us, have a

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brilliant festive season, goodbye and we'll see you in 2016. Merry

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Christmas! Merry Christmas! # Hope you don't have to do the

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dishes # Fa-la-la-la

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# May your batteries last all day # Have a lovely holiday #

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Fa-la-la-la-la! Ho-ho-ho, merry Christmas. You're

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watching Click. Ho-ho-ho. Goodbye. Kiss-kiss.

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Hello. Some rain around through Saturday but the main thing is the

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Hello. Some rain around through Saturday but the main thing is the

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temperatures. It is crazily mild out there. Where is the cold air? Coming

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down from

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