The Gadget Show

The Gadget Show : The Shiny New Book

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Channel 5's The Gadget Show finally has its own Shiny New Book. Here, the presenters of the show bring you their complete guide to gadgets, punishing and pushing every conceivable type of technology to the limit - scouring the globe for the latest and most breath-taking new tech.

Read all about the firsts, the worsts and the downright most ridiculous inventions in gadget history. Discover the best ever gadgets in our top ten lists, reviews and head-to-head gadget face-offs; find out all you want to know about Jason, Rachel, Polly and Jon and even learn how to make your own mobile phone charging trousers or leaf blowing hoverboard.

Get your geek on with Polly's top Techy Thrills, Jon's G Ratings and revealing interviews with visionary inventors and celebrity gadget testers, and uncover the secrets behind the tech they really don't want you to know about.

This is the book The Gadget Show fans have been waiting for, complete with puzzles, quizzes and a look behind the scenes - what goes on in the studio and on the road, and what happens to all the gadgets after the show?

A must have techfest for gadget fans everywhere.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 192 x 248 x 20mm | 779.99g
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753541874
  • 9780753541876
  • 1,600,089

About Rachel Riley

Jason Bradbury - Presenter
Jason has been on The Gadget Show since day one. Before he joined the show, he could be seen popping up on The Big Breakfast, hosting The Web Review for ITV and various children's TV shows including the award-winning science series Gross! on Discovery Kids. When he is not making crazy inventions for The Gadget Show, or testing the latest kit in the most perilous situations the team can think up, Jason spends his time writing.

Rachel Riley - Presenter
Rachel made her television debut in 2009 when she took over from Carol Vorderman as the numbers expert on Countdown. Rachel studied maths at Oxford University and before entering the world of television she was a data analyst.
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