TNMOC in the news
CNET at TNMOC
Tunny Gallery opening
BBC News Online video at the opening including interview with former ATS Helen Currie.
James Hayes' video report for E&T Magazine including interview with Testery Shift Leader Capt Jerry Roberts.
Clive Akass of The Inquirer talks to the veterans at the Tunny launch and describes the error that helped cracked the code.
Leila Makki of Telecom TV video interviews at the launch.
Computer Weekly on "The Computers that Won the War" Photo gallery.
Tom Espiner of ZDNet interviews John Whetter on the detail of the Tunny rebuild plus photo gallery.
Wired on the unveiling of Tunny. Photo gallery.
Silicon.com on Tunny Gallery. Photo gallery.
David McClelland on the opening event in Techspot.tv.
Techwatch on what "might look like the abandoned lovechild of a kitchen dresser and a filing cabinet (but) it was an extremely important part of the Second World War".
Also: The Register, Thinq, BBC England, Culture24, ComputerActive, The Engineer and the Littlehampton Gazette!
Three Counties Radio interview with Andy Clark (1hr 39 min in) online for about 7 days
Radio Scotland interview with John Whetter (c56 mins in) online for about 7 days
BBC World Service World Briefing (c21 mins in) online for about 7 days.
Also reported on Canada Radio, India, Pakistan, New Zealand.
Domesday Reloaded 25 years on
Chris Monk interviewed on BBC Three Counties Radio about seeing Domesday Project on its original 1980's laser disc equipment at TNMOC
BBC News Online takes a peek.
Gareth Halfacree of Thinq thinks there's only one way to see Domesday.
- Rupert Goodwins of ZDNet looks at the history of Acorn computing through a photogallery of a temporary display at TNMOC.
BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live
TNMOC Welsh tour
- Channel 4 Wales Y Lle Feiral visits TNMOC to inform Welsh-speaking youth. 14 minutes in.
Computer museums in the UK
- Jack Schofield considers the need for a computer museum in Cambridge and extols the virtues of TNMOC.
VCF from an exhibitor's perspective
- In its last hurrah as a magazine 300 Baud magazine includes a report on the Vintage Computer Festival from an exhibitor's perspective.
Plans to recreate EDSAC
George the Robot comes to TNMOC
George's arrival is videoed by BBC News Online and his history told in The Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph with mentions in The Sun, The Daily Mirror and Metro.
Reported sightings on BBC and Anglia News. And on the Radio 4 Today programme. And commented upon by Silicon Republic, Switched, Anorac, MK Today, The Register, Gizmodo, CNet, Pocket-Lint, Sixtyplusurfers and of course Robots.net. Pathe News Archive also enjoyed the re-run.
And now seems to be touring the world with recent sitings in Argentina, the Netherlands, Romania and Turkey.