Richard goes on a luxury camping trip with Stephen Mangan, testing the world's biggest pen knife, a unique tent and the latest in virtual reality.
Richard focuses on the tedium of getting up and getting ready in the morning, as he tries out some of the more innovative devices for helping people get out of the house. He is assisted by Sara Cox. He also takes a look at some unusual vehicles as he tries out the daily commute at the crack of dawn with the help of presenter John Humphrys.
Richard takes a look at the tiring world of parenting, trying out some of the more innovative devices which help to look after babies and children with the help from Denise van Outen. He also looks at gadgets for older children with Hugh Dennis.
Richard takes a look at gadgets designed to make holidays a lot less stressful. He is joined by Noel Fielding in the South of France to take a look at gadgets to make the journey less boring, lying on the beach more relaxing, and swimming in the pool more entertaining.
Richard takes a look at DIY gadgets this week. He tests the latest safety tools, building machinery and lawnmowers. He sets himself the challenge to makeover a room in his house using robots and gadgets and without having to do anything himself.
Richard takes a look at some of the world's smallest gadgets this week. He pays a visit to musician Alex James at his enormous farm to demonstrate how he can downsize his lifestyle using tiny gadget alternatives to his large appliances.