08:15

I'm down at The Hubs, bright and early to get some screenings tickets for today and tomorrow; though I'm now attending more talks and sessions than films over the next few days.

This morning I'll be listening to a presentation by the Nao robot which I'm really looking forward to and then I'll be wandering the talks and sessions until Ambulance at 15:00.

09:45

At The Studio in The Crucible now - queues started half an hour early so who knows how manic it'll be for the Sir David Attenborough talk.

10:15

Robots (and humans too)!

Nao really needs to come home with me - I totally love that little guy.

I was hugely impressed with iCub - an absolutely fascinating combination of hardware and software that I hope to learn more about in the near future.

At around 250,000 Euro; I don't think I'll be owning one though.

13:35

This morning's talks were excellent; being a massive technology freak, programmer and maker I found everything massively enlightening.

I'll elaborate further on this morning at some point; but most likely on the [Scriptwerx](http://scriptwerx.io" target="_blank) blog where I can properly nerd out.

Now sheltering from the pouring rain in the Doc/Fest Exchange with a pint so it's not all bad.

14:45

I'm at The Curzon in the hope to catch a break and get in to see "Ambulance" as I couldn't get a ticket the other day.

Long queue of people hoping for the same so I don't fancy my chances.

15:00

Nope; no more seats - bummer!

15:05

Now at The Crucible for "The Absolutely Adventurous Joanna Lumley in Conversation".

Really glad I've been able to catch this - she's a wonderful, interesting and utterly fascinating lady.

16:30

Off for a quick drink at the ITV Drinks Reception.

17:00

Got to run now - that's the end of my Doc/Fest for today.

18:15

Having dinner with family at The Broadfield after a really enjoyable day.