Ian Marchant travels on the trains that do not appear in timetables to unused stations.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Professor Paul Younger talks to Jim Al-Khalili about keeping the lights on in the future.
10/10 Hannah Fry explores how a British company shrunk chips and made the mobile revolution.
9/10 Hannah Fry traces the dot com boom and bust in Britain between 1999 and March 2000.
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.
6/6 Aleks Krotoski explores how technology may be unlocking, and aping, human imagination.
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.