Lara Lewington interviews Silas Adekunle of Mekamon Robots. Photographs courtesy of Natalie Shaw/BBC

About BBC Click Live
BBC Click Live is the BBC's flagship technology show, brought to life, live on stage.
Presenters Spencer Kelly and Lara Lewington guide an audience of 400 people to the cutting edge of science and technology - with demonstrations, experiments and performances from the world's most exciting technologists including NASA and the European Space Agency.
Victor Luo from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab in California demonstrates an app to Lara Lewington
Lara Lewington and Spencer Kelly play 'Asteroids' with laser expert Seb Lee-Delisle
Peter Price, Director
As the director of BBC Click Live, it's my role to lead a large team of producers, presetners and contributors to create a stunning live experience.
I run the rehearsals and the live shows, always ensuring that creative ambition and programme budgets are met.

Peter Price, director of BBC Click Live

I work closely with the senior BBC Click editorial team to make sure that we maximise the impact of the shows - editorially and curatively - for both the live audience in the theatre and the 350 million viewers on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel.
Balancing the needs of a huge team of producers, technicians and contributors is never straightforward, but I love feeding off the teamwork and dedication that only a live show can produce. 

Watch highlights of BBC Click Live in London 2018

Presenters Lara Lewington and Spencer Kelly
Producer Dan Simmons speaks to the audience before the show
Dr Giorgia Busso and Dr Anna Hourihane from the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Cambridge
Spencer Kelly
BBC Radio Theatre
Victor Luo from NASA and Lara Lewington
Lara Lewington and Spencer Kelly
BBC Radio Theatre
BBC Radio Theatre
Lara Lewington
Dr Giorgia Busso and Dr Anna Hourihane from the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Cambridge
Mekamon Robots perform a dance routine to Daft Punk
Spencer Kelly
Lara Lewington and Spencer Kelly
I am extremely proud of BBC Click Live - not least because it combines my love of live theatre and technology. Many of our demonstrations are at the cutting edge of science and I particuarly like the challenge of brining complex science to a wide audience - both in the room and on television.

The cast and crew of BBC Click Live, November 2018

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