"Can you give an example of a genetic mutation or an evolutionary process which can be seen to increase the information in the genome?"
And here is Dicky Dawkins totally stumped to such a degree that he has to ask for the camera to be turned off so he can "think":
What's up, Dick? Does the lens stop you thinking?
Basic question for a scientist, Dickie!
What an embarrassingly poor performance from the Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University!
He then proceeds to evade the question utterly and to talk about a "common misconception" regarding evolution - as if THAT answers the question.
Of course, it simply does not answer the question.
In fact, there IS an answer to the question but the embarrassing part for Dawkins is that HE could not answer it.
Another bloggist/Youtuber answers for him by pointing to Downs Syndrome.
However, that is not a very brilliant contribution, either. How many people think that evolution takes place by mutations such as Downs? Most people, not least those with Downs, regard it as a disease, not a stage in the genetic evolution of Man.
One is reminded of the graffiti seen on the wall of a University Biology Department which read:
"Mutate now...and avoid the rush!"
Will somebody please take Dorky Dawkins aside and explain to him that if he goes on making such a fool of himself, even his mother will disbelieve him?