Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation (US$75/£47)
Love it or loathe it, there's no denying that Apple has produced some beautiful hardware, from the Snow White design language of the 1980s to Jony Ive's translucent iMacs and glass-and-aluminium iPhones. This coffee-table tome celebrates 35 years of Apple industrial design with 150,000 photos of its products – perfect for Apple fans and design geeks alike. Got more to spend? There's a US$300 version that comes in a beige plastic case styled like an Apple II.
Cubic mathematical chalkboard clock (£30)
This wall clock lets you divvy up your day using SCIENCE and MATHS. It also means you have an excuse when you're late – "Honestly, I thought it was five past -8=2-x…"
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Doctor Who: The Enemy of The World/The Web of Fear (£10)
iTunes (The Enemy of the World)
iTunes (The Web of Fear)
The BBC's managed to recover nine long-lost episodes of 1960s Doctor Who, (almost) completing two stories – and they're available to download now on iTunes.
The Enemy of the World is a groovy '60s spy adventure jam-packed with hilarious "futuristic" fashions from the far-distant year of 2018, with Patrick Troughton taking on the dual role of Doctor Who and his evil double, Salamander. The Web of Fear, meanwhile, finds the time traveller doing battle with endearingly cuddly robot Yeti as they attack the London Underground.
Lexon Flow radio (£50)
This radio doesn't offer much in the way of features – it's FM only, and you can forget about DAB or streaming; the only concession to modern tech is the aux in jack for your MP3 player. But it looks gorgeous – designer Philip Wong has stripped the radio back to basics with a transparent casing and brightly coloured components. Stick it in your kitchen, tune in to The Archers and admire it from afar.
Much Ado About Nothing Blu-ray (£13)
Get your geek on with Joss "Avengers Assemble" Whedon's take on Shakespeare. Filmed in just 12 days in the director's own house, Much Ado couldn't be more different from the blockbuster superheroics of his Marvel Studios efforts – it's a small-scale, black-and-white chamber piece that draws on the stable of actors from Whedon's previous TV series.