BBC Micro at 40: How it inspired a generation of coders

During the 1980s the BBC ran the Computer Literacy Project exploring the world of computing.

A series of home computers known as BBC Micros were created and viewers were taught how to program them.

The project helped inspire a generation of coders.

The BBC’s Alex Humphrey’s visits the National Computing Museum to find out more.

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