A new app I've put on my phone recently that I really quite like is Journey. It's a journalling app and I've been using it for about 10 days now. I'm doing several different streams of things - like photos/notes of meals, photo + notes on the garden, brief notes on the TV we watch and so on.
Only one new TV series I started recording - Majesty and Mortar: Britain's Great Palaces, which is Dan Cruickshank talking about royal palaces in Britain.
The internet in real time ... animated graphic showing things like number of tweets/second etc.
An editorial on the BBC news site about what the Queen's Speech ceremony is really about.
TV I'm recording this week:
Today (by the time this is published) I start the next of the MOOCs I've signed up for on Future Learn. This one is about the Roman port Portus (at Rome) and I think about archaeology in general as well.
I rediscovered Khan Academy this week - I've had an account there for a few years but had faded out on using it. It does gamified maths tuition and the current way the site is set up has just the right hooks to keep me doing "just another set of questions" for hours. I think I lost 4 hours of Thursday to doing maths :) Before I think you had to start with basic arithmetic and work your way up to the more complex stuff, and that got boring fairly fast.