The team find out if the latest music-making technology can help them top the charts; Jon takes his pick of the best Android phones and guest presenter Joe Swash sees which of the latest dishwashers really cleans up.
The team look back over the show's ten years on air to see how technology has evolved from the first series until now; Jon highlights the major changes that have taken place to televisions.
The gang try on some wearable technology, while Jon logs on to the latest laptops. Ortis zooms in on a super device for making smartphone cameras even smarter.
Ortis comes face-to-fin with sharks for a test on curved TVs, and Jon jumps aboard the SS Great Britain to test steam mops; Dr. Dawn Harper examines apps and devices for testing people's health; the next move in Nintendo gaming.
Jon gets his hands on the latest supersized smartphones or 'phablets,' Rachel and Jason see how some top-brand, cabin-sized bags fare over an assault course, and Ortis shines a light on some tech aimed at making cyclists more visible and safe.
The team use the latest tech to try to beat some human experts at their own games; Gym junky Ortis picks out three heavy weights from the tech world to take on one of Britain's strongest men.
Jason Bradbury teams up with international film director Philip Bloom to make a short movie using radio controlled tech to test three leading editing packages; Blue Peter's Helen Skelton hopes that tech can turn her into a master baker.
Jason and Rachel check out 3D projectors with the aid of Ortis at a 3D go-kart race, Jon investigates wireless printers and Radio 1Xtra DJ Charlie Sloth tests Bluetooth headphones.
Jon and Jason decide which home cinema system is worthy of an Oscar, Rachel and Jason try on the latest tech-filled fashion for size and guest reviewer Jamal Edwards checks out the flashiest smartphone camera apps.
See how well tablet cases stand up to a pounding from a herd of cows and a real game of angry birds; In Austria, Jason Bradbury sees what happens when you mix a tank, a wheelchair and a pile of snow.
Ortis, Rachel and Jason reveal why the desktop PC has gone the way of the dodo and we should be throwing the beige boxes of yesteryear onto the scrap heap; Jon pays homage to a piece of retro tech.
Jason Bradbury, Rachel Riley, Jon Bentley and Pollyanna Woodward look into the must-have gadgets for 2014; entertaining tests, reviews and action-packed experiences include Scottish racing driver Susie Wolff trying out the latest in-car tech.
Jon looks back on the best gadgets of the past 12 months, while Jason and Rachel look to the future by testing three cutting-edge 4K Blu-ray players; Polly heads to San Francisco to hitch a ride in a full-size replica Delorean.
Jason and Rachel pit two of this year's most hotly anticipated gadgets - the Xbox One and the Playstation 4 - against one another in a console smackdown; Jon takes a winter cycle ride through the streets of Bristol.
Jason and Rachel turn a robotic version of Jason into a stand-up comedian; Alex Polizzi takes some tablets along to a hotel inspection; Polly gets wet on a jetbike in California and Jon has fun with budget smartphones.
The team celebrate their anniversary in spectacular style by attempting to break two world records; Jon takes a look at how much tech has evolved since the the first episode in 2004; Rachel and Jason take a trip through the archives.
The gang road test some top tech treats that could be perfect Christmas presents for big boys and girls as well as this year's must-have toys for youngsters.
Jon tastes the latest tablets, Dick and Dom turn on the tech in the kitchen, Jason and Rachel clear up which is the best cordless vacuum cleaner and Polly hits the waves with a petrol-powered surfboard.
The show travels to Ibiza where Judge Jules tests four leading DJ apps in the world's party capital and Slovenia to check out a radical hydrofoil which combines the experience of sailing with the sensation of flying.
Jon tests blockbuster smartphone technology, while Jason and Rachel don the latest in fitness bands; guest presenter Helen Skelton takes three leading road bikes around the Tour of Britain route in the Lake District.
Jason and Rachel visit an assault course, literally dragging along with them a collection of rugged Bluetooth speakers to see which ones match their claims; Jon is on the hunt for the ultimate best-buy TV.
Jason and Rachel haunt the streets of Birmingham with some teched-up Halloween costumes and Big Brother's Bit on the Side presenter Jamie East turns paparazzi to test some budget cameras.
Jon takes a look at the best free-to-air TV services before heading to Geneva, Switzerland and the European HQ of the UN to test translation apps; Jason teams up with Rachel to make a portable BBQ.
In this episode, Rachel and Jason take a look at Google Glass, check out whether 4G is all it is cracked up to be and chill out in some chair pants; Polly gets her kicks on a Quadski; Jon steps back in time to test the latest DSLR cameras.
Rachel and Jason investigate the nation's wi-fi woes; triple-jump gold medallist Jonathan Edwards looks at bicycle computers; Polly checks out the world's first 1/3 scale RC car in Hungary; the Mammuth Rewarron, and Jon tests tablets.
Rachel and Jason push remote control motorbikes to the limit; Polly meets twin brothers in the business of producing military-grade armored vehicles; Jon tests the best TVs under £300; Janet Street Porter road-tests three different makes of sat-nav.
A look at home security tech and TV packages; Polly tries out a jet-powered body board in California; Jason and Rachel use leaf blowers and pressure washers to make an instant shower; The gang also hooks up with KSI and Ali-A in LA at the E3 expo.
Rachel and Jason test the tastiest electronic toothbrushes on the market, Polly pushes a mechanical Mantis around, and Jon picks out the smartest Android smartphone.
Rachel and Jason test backlit e-readers; Pollyanna gets behind the wheel of The Human Car; Jon tries out walking boots on a hike in the Lake District; comedian Al Murray explores soundbar technology.
Rachel and Jason test 4K television technology with the aid of 'Got To Dance' champions Chris and Wes; home-made coffee machine public taste test; Pollyanna tests state-of-the-art watercraft in California; Jon test the latest laptops for Windows 8.
Products tested include noise-canceling headphones at Spaghetti Junction, the Maverick Flying Car in Canada, the latest and best action cameras with the aid of the British BMX riding team, and radio frequency identification cards.
A look at 4G, 3D tech, the Kindle Fire, Windows 8, and British military hi-tech helmet for pilots.
Winter special sees Jon and Polly hitting the slopes, Suzi snuggling up indoors and Jason splurging on a bit of Christmas shopping.
Suzi Perry sets out to buy as many gadgets as possible, and test them against the iPhone 4S's capabilities; Pollyanna checks out the frontline of military tech - an amphibious tank.
In their quest to find the best Christmas presents they can, the boys and girls go head to head; Polly and Suzi enlist the help of singing service men The Soldiers, while Ortis and Jason seek the advice of sassy cheerleaders Cheer Force Ten.
Polly and Ortis are challenged to use gadgets and tech to learn a brand new skill; Polly takes on pro golfer and Ortis faces a gig DJing at the Ministry of Sound. Jon dishes the dirt on your rights as a consumer; latest and best in-ear headphones.
This episode is a budget special, where the presenters go to extraordinary lengths to find the best tech for the lowest price.
Jason, Jon and Polly head to Silverstone, Ortis takes a look at the latest in hi-tech microwaves to see how far they have come from simply defrosting and re-heating food and Suzi investigates the latest photography craze.
Jon takes a look at the latest fitness console games and enlists the help of special guest and former Busted member Matt Willis; Pollyanna is in the USA to check out the most exciting hovercraft the show has ever seen.
Ortis and Suzi get creative by designing their very own gadget bags, Jon teams up with a sound designer to test out the latest soundbar speakers, Pollyanna heads to America to check out a space-age jetpack and Jason shows his mischievous side.
Jason and Suzi set their sights on taking gaming to next level, Jon checks out Virgin's new TiVo box and Ortis searches for the five toughest USB sticks on the market.
The team will have to run the rule over the latest DIY gear, steer their way through the most up-to-date navigation technology, get paired-up for a race and see which mobile phone case cracks first in surprise special.
Celebrating the 200th episode, Ortis revisits his attempt to race the world's fastest pedal bike, Jon steps inside one of the show's famous power tool drag racers, and Suzi takes a look back at some of the earliest editions of the show.
Ortis and Pollyanna get their hands dirty when they are tasked with becoming car valets for the day; Jon, Jason and Pollyanna get their heads around the latest wireless headphones while Suzi takes her pick of the best tablet apps around.
Pollyanna and Ortis cook up plenty of fun and fast food as they try out all the latest kitchen gadgets; Jason connects up a medieval castle to test home internet; Jon tests language translation apps in Pisa, Italy; Suzi's top camera accessories.
Suzi and Ortis create their own interactive e-books; Pollyanna tests latest waterproof cameras on the river rapids of Morocco, Jon seeks out the UK's best and fastest broadband deals and Jason nominates his Top Five pet gadgets.
This episode looks at gadget experience days, 3DTVs, gadget toasters and whether expensive cables give you value for money.
Suzi and Jason must write a brand new theme tune, Pollyanna meets robots designed to venture into hostile environments in Germany, Jon tests the latest wetsuits and Ortis goes on the hunt for the most effective shredders on the market.
Suzi Perry, Jason Bradbury, Ortis Deley, Jon Bentley and Pollyanna Woodward shop for the best gadget that you can buy for £100, road test the latest 3D camcorders, and consider the pros and cons of cloud computing.
Jason and Ortis test the latest remote-controlled gadgets, Jon soaks up the best color e-readers, Pollyanna checks out a powered exoskeleton, and Suzi sweeps up the best mini vacuums on the market.
Ortis and Pollyanna soak up the sights of the souks in Morocco, Jon rolls up a trouser leg in Rome, Jason gorges on games and Suzi brushes up on the latest toothbrushes.
Suzi and Polly get their high-tech tents out; the latest wave-riding water vehicles get the once over; tablets are put to the test.
Jason and Ortis use the latest tech as they face each other in a triathlon; Suzi and Pollyanna take it easy at a spa; Jon takes a look at some unusual inventions.
Suzi and Jason take part in a challenge to gauge whether certain technology is a help or a handicap when hunting for information; Jon takes to the skies of London to test out the latest DSLR cameras.
Polly and Jon hunt for the best place to find tech deals; Jason tests the latest high-powered laptops with some gaming champs; Suzi chooses her top five razors; Ortis visits the University of Warwick.
Ortis and Suzi have 24 hours to turn a rundown warehouse into a classy nightclub; Jon Bentley tests the latest walking shoes; Jason reveals his top five gaming apps; Polly tests out a FlyRad.
In the man vs. beast challenge, the presenters use the latest gadgets and gizmos to pit themselves against animals.
Jon teams up with Aggie MacKenzie to test robotic vacuums and catch up with all the latest from the Gadget Show Live; Ortis and Polly's musical performances.
The presenters go head to head with each other in this surprise challenge special.
Suzi and Jason compete to design a top-class computer game; Jon discovers how to clean up a safari park; Pollyana tests a bike powered by a radical new fuel; the top five travel apps to take on vacation.
Suzi and Pollyanna enlist a robotic army in an extreme paintball challenge; a celebrity baker helps Jon test out the latest and greatest in bread makers.
A look at some of the coolest toys and gadgets on the market; the latest technology news; Suzi and Pollyanna build and test an army of robo warriors.
Jon and Pollyanna crown the `king of all smart phones' by putting four of the best through an extreme testing process; Suzi wakes up to the top five alarm clocks.
Jason and Suzi go head to head to see who can present the show better by virtual means; Jon road tests sound systems; Pollyanna takes an underwater journey; Ortis reviews the latest must-have gadget toys.
Polly and Jason compete in the inaugural Gadget Show Rally, Jon investigates tracking devices for stolen gadgets with the help of "The Real Hustle" star Jessica-Jane Clement; Ortis embarks on a lofty pedometer-testing challenge.
Suzi and Ortis become wheeler dealers for a day when they are challenged to start their own businesses; Jon and racing legend Johnny Herbert test surround-sound systems; Jason predicts 2011's hottest bits of tech kit.
Featuring a live studio audience at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry; Ortis and Pollyanna visit South Africa for a photography challenge.
Jon, Suzi, Ortis, Jason and Pollyanna look back over the highlights of an action-packed season; Jon picks his gadget of the year, while the others reminisce about their favorite moments.
Jason and Ortis head to Switzerland for an epic and tech-heavy alpine race; Suzi and Jon demonstrate the best multi-player games for family fun at Christmas.
In this Christmas special, the presenters hunt high and low for this year's most desirable gifts; some celebrities help out, including Scouting for Girls.
Go karting, filmmaking and bowling all receive the "Gadget Show" treatment.
The presenters take on the challenge of filming and producing the show themselves.
Ortis takes a close look at the high concept Bond bike.
Jason and Ortis test a martial arts simulator and a flight simulator; Jon explores mobile phone tariffs and Polly looks at the best new apps available to download.
Pollyanna and Jason go up against each other in a drag race; Jon explains how to stay safe on the web; Suzi enlists Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams to help test home fitness gadgets.
Suzi examines cheap netbooks; Polly and Ortis scour the web and the high street for techie bargains; Jon climbs behind the wheel of a swanky car to test some cut-price satnavs.
The presenters have four surprise challenges sprung on them in just one day; with golf, computer gaming, lawn mower racing and world record attempts all on the menu, the team must pull out all the stops to triumph.
Jason and Jon debate the pros and cons of 3D television; Polly and Ortis put cloud computing to the test; and Jon visits the robot equivalent of the World Cup.
The presenters take each other on in a demanding cross-country race over land, sea and air.
Suzi and Polly test seven tough gadgets to the brink of destruction, while Ortis and Jason attempt to liven up the office environment, and elsewhere, Jon and Polly try out the latest compact cameras.
A soccer-themed edition of the show to celebrate the start of the UEFA Europa League; Pollyanna Woodward investigates the Robocup, in which fully autonomous robots compete in soccer games.
Suzi and Jason compete to produce a magic trick; Ortis visits one of the world's most advanced humanoid robots in Barcelona; Jon looks at home cinema technology; the team joins together to review some of the sexiest gadgets on the market.
The gang attempts to evade capture using a variety of awesome gadgets; DJ Jo Whiley helps Jon test three of the best music streaming systems; Suzi checks out the top five kettles.
While Jason and Ortis throw themselves off a pier in order to test the human-powered aircraft they built using lightweight carbon and foam, Suzi showcases sports watches.
The team investigate whether it is possible to lead a totally wireless life and check out the best browser games you can play for free.
Jason and Suzi build a remote-controlled car, Jon takes a trip to New York to test out the iPhone, and Ortis travels to Germany to swim with a colony of robotic penguins.
Ortis straps himself in for a white-knuckle ride as he and Suzi test the most exciting roller coasters in the UK; elsewhere, Jon checks out the best lawn mowers, and Jason gets the lowdown on the top five gadgets powered by a USB port.
Jason tests the latest cutting-edge skates, and Ortis tries out some advanced boxing fitness technology; elsewhere, Jon explores video blogging, and Suzi trials her top five gadgets lights.
Scientific special of the consumer technology show; Jason Bradbury and Jon Bentley attempt to score a "supersonic goal", employing all manner of techniques to break the sound barrier with a football.
Ultimate hi-fi; Sony Walkman in the "Gadget Hall of Fame"; 3G technology; video mobile phones; the latest in digital cameras.
A look back at the top ten iconic gadgets of yesteryear.
Doing damage with a mobile phone.
Reformed hackers explain just how easy it is to commit burglary from an Internet cafe; building a mobile phone.
Gadgets that can forge documents and cause other sorts of trouble; lie detectors.
Making a scene, a la "The Matrix"; the truth behind bulletproof jackets.
PCs customised with neon lights; turning Macs into fish tanks.
Jason loves flight simulators and has even built a simulator chair.
Latest modes of personal transport; Jason Bradbury checks out a new coat-cum-computer.
Camcorders; the different varieties of TV currently on the market.
In this edition, the team tests electric bikes, sat nav systems and HD camcorders.
The presenters race each other across London in their own action packed take on the classic Monopoly board game; Jon tests the latest wood-burning stoves; Jason unveils his top five blockbuster video games.
Polly gives a rundown of her favorite "tweeters"; Ortis navigates his way around the satnav market; Jon tests unbranded TVs.
Suzi and Jason go head to head in a gadget-based musical challenge; Jon remakes a classic film in order to test the latest in mini projectors; Ortis tests a special bike; Polly looks at the best bags on the market.
A look at some of the coolest toys and gadgets on the market; today's challenge relates to energy-saving tips and gadgets, plus a rundown of the top five toys of 2010.
Jason Bradbury tests the latest driving simulators to see how they compare to the real thing; Suzi Perry investigates the myths surrounding the dangers of mobile phones; Tom looks at the latest range of portable mp3 speakers.
The team tests holiday gadgets, compete to find the best digital camera, do a slalom, test caravans and organisea race to find the fastest watercraft.