About the Show
Richard Ayoade welcomes viewers to the world of gadgets and new technology - covering everything from the everyday to the extraordinary
Series 3 Summary
Richard Ayoade presents the third series. He still isn't finding life any easier. That's why he's continuing his crusade to find gadgets that can ease his pain...
Episode 1 - Weather
Richard takes on the worst of the British weather. With the help of comedian Tim Vine he braves a hurricane in a wind tunnel to assess the best in gust busting gadgetry.
Episode 2 - Public Transport
Richard turns his attention to the noise, dirt and discomfort he suffers while on public transport. Russell Howard joins him on London's tube to assess the effectiveness of gadgets.
Episode 3 - The Staycation
This episode features the world's tiniest caravan and 360-degree cameras, 300-litre rucksacks and a pair of trousers that transform into a picnic table
Episode 4 - Shopping
Richard Ayoade checks out a robotic shopping assistant with farmer Jimmy Doherty. And Richard visits a busy department store to check out a 3D virtual mirror with actress Alison Steadman.
Episode 5 - Self-Improvement
Can Richard Ayoade make himself a brighter man with the aid of gadgets? He gets Eamonn Holmes and actor Richard E. Grant to help, and challenges memory legend Dominic O'Brien to a contest.
Episode 6 - Staying In
Comedians Seann Walsh and David Mitchell help Richard Ayoade in his endeavour to prove that gadgets can make it possible to lead a full life, without even leaving the house
Episode 7 - Cooking and Dining Out
Richard Ayoade invites celebrity foodie Adrian Edmondson to his revolutionary bistro, where there's printed food, robot waiters, levitating desserts and clear coffee
Episode 8 - Property
Richard meets an army of window-cleaning robots, samples some garden pods recommended by designer Naomi Cleaver and visits a super high tech home with Claudia Winkleman
Episode 9 - Gadget Man's Guide to Christmas
Richard and celebrity friends help improve Christmas with gadgets for shopping, to wrap presents, beat the weather, cook the dinner and even improve your carol singing