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Sky Q update, VanMoof S3 e-bike reviewed, and the future of solar power - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 61

Season 2, Ep. 61

This week, Rik joins host Stuart to talk all things Sky Q, as the media giant starts rolling out a wave of new features to its satellite boxes. Will it make TV viewing better?


Stuart also talks to the founder of Exeger, Giovanni Filli, who explains how his company has worked out how to print solar cells on devices - that way, they can be powered by light without the need for bulkier solar panels. 


And finally, our contributing editor, Max, has been cycling around town on the VanMoof S3 e-bike and is here to tell us what it's like and whether it really does make cycling any easier.  


00:46 - Rik and Stuart talk Sky Q

08:10 - Giovanni Filli interview

22:40 - Max gives us his verdict on the VanMoof S3 electric bike


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Hosted by Stuart Miles

Production and editing by Stuart Miles

Guests: Rik Henderson, Max Freeman-Mills, and Giovanni Filli.

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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