9/10 Hannah Fry traces the dot com boom and bust in Britain between 1999 and March 2000.
BBC Radio 4
8/10 Teens write computer games in their bedrooms, and a billion-dollar business is created.
7/10 How 1980s Britain grew to love the home computer. Presented by mathematician Hannah Fry.
6/10 Hannah Fry describes some 1980s efforts to inspire Britain to embrace computing.
5/10 Hannah Fry explores the pervasive fear that the computer would lead to mass unemployment.
4/10 The story of packet switching, how computers learned to talk to each other.
Why is private tutoring becoming so commonplace? And what impact does it have?
BBC World Service
Lenny Henry focuses on the burgeoning black theatre companies of the 1970s and 80s.
3/10 ERNIE, machine made by wartime code-breakers, becomes an unlikely celebrity.
2/10 The story of the chain of British teashops that created the first office computer.