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Click Online is a 30 minute technology programme made by the BBC covering news and recent developments in the world of consumer technology.
There are two versions of Click Online a BBC World version and BBC version, sometimes the BBC version has UK specific editorial but generally the shows are the same.
The BBC World version has a seperate website bbcworld.com/clickonline
And the BBC version is at bbc.co.uk/clickonline
The shows email address is email@example.com
There is a 15-minute version of the programme for broadcast on BBC Breakfast at weekends.
Times of transmission
The following times are in GMT.
BBC One (15-minute Edition)
- Sunday, 07:30-08:00
BBC Two (15-minute Edition)
- Saturday, 06:45-07:00
BBC News 24
- Saturday, 20:30-21:00
- Sunday, 04:30-05:00 (sometimes also on BBC1)
- Sunday, 16:30-17:00
- Monday, 00:30-01:00 (sometimes also on BBC1)
- Thursday, 19:30-20:00
- Saturday, 00:30-01:00
- Saturday, 06:30-07:00
- Monday, 16:30-17:00
- Tuesday, 00:30-01:00
- Tuesday, 07:30-08:00
- Wednesday, 13:30-14:00
The program's main presenter is Stephen Cole . Kate Russell provides the latest websites that are sent in or she finds herself, previously presented by Sevan Bastajian . Sevan Bastajian is now a reporter on BBC Three.
There are also other journalists presenting the programme, whose details can be found on the Click Online website. 
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