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Inside the BBC Micro - Trash to Treasure (Pt2)

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9th January 2020 23 min

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We continue exploring the BBC Micro computer. In part 1 we learned all about why this machine exists, today we look inside the machine and see what hardware is inside.

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●Music used in this series

Atomic Numbers 1 - August Wilhelmsson

Digital Sadness - August Wilhelmsson

Final Wave 1 - August Wilhelmsson

Forever Working - August Wilhelmsson

Isotopes - August Wilhelmsson

Just Another State of Mind - Colors of Illusion

Low Sun - Farrell Wooten

Santosha - Van Sandano

Stargazed 3 - August Wilhelmsson

All Around (Instrumental Version) - Particle House

Never Leave the Stream - Chaxti

Pinea - Curved Mirror

Rhythmania 2 - August Wilhelmsson

Would You Find Me - Chaxti

You Thought I Knew (Instrumental Version) - Particle House

  • computer history
  • nostalgia
  • retro
  • retro computer
  • retro man cave
  • bbc micro
  • bbc master
  • the computer literacy project
  • micro live
  • 8bit
  • social history
  • british history

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