Richard takes a look at the British weather with the help of Tim Vine as he braves a hurricane in a wind tunnel to assess the best in gust busting gadgetry.
Richard takes a look at the discomfort that he suffers while on public transport and is joined by Russell Howard on London's tube network to assess the effectiveness of gadgets designed to deal with poor air quality and extreme heat.
Richard takes a look at the 'staycation' holiday as he looks at picnics, days out and bracing walks in the countryside. Phill Jupitus joins him on the show.
Richard really hates shopping, whether it be it for clothes or food. Jimmy Doherty joins him to check out a robotic shopping assistant, a fruit ripeness reader and a food ethics scanner. Alison Steadman also joins him as he visits a busy department store to check out a 3D virtual mirror and a mannequin that has expanding bust and hips.
Richard deals with the horror of cooking and dining out as he tries to create his very own utopian eatery. He is joined by Adrian Edmondson at his revolutionary bistro complete with printed food, robot waiters, computerised wine sniffers, zero calorie electronic starters, levitating deserts and clear coffee.
Richard looks at an army of window cleaning robots as they help him get the gadget house ready for viewings. Naomi reveals some garden pots whose job is to solve issues with home space. Richard takes a look at a high tech home with Claudia Winkleman.
Richard and Adrian Edmondson visit a revolutionary bistro. The restaurant produces printed food and features robot waiters, computerised wine sniffers, zero-calorie electronic starters and levitating deserts.
In this series finale, Richard confronts an army of window cleaning robots. The robots are helping Richard get the gadget house for viewings. Naomi Cleaver reveals some garden pods dedicated to solving home space.