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The Icon Bar: News and features: Micro Men: Clive Sinclair vs Acorn Computers
 

Micro Men: Clive Sinclair vs Acorn Computers

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 20:00, 18/10/2009 | , , ,
 
There has been much discussion in the forum about Micro Men, a short film written by Tony Saint that was shown on BBC4 last week. The film is based on real events, and tells of the rivalry between Sir Clive Sinclair and Acorn Computers in the 1980s.
 
Chris Williams of drobe.co.uk has written an excellent a review of the film, and interviewed the film's producer, Andrea Cornwell, to find out more about the show.
 
Link: Micro Men (on iPlayer, available until 21st October 2009)
 
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