Angel Media http://www.angelmediaproductions.org.uk/ and Future Intelligence jointly produce two hours of radio a week in London and Suffolk.
The PassWord radio programme is the UK’s only regular-hour long foray into the world of science and technology and not only tells you about the latest developments in the area but what those technologies mean to you.
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1. This founding father of computing built a machine that made a difference. Who was he?
2. The codebreaker who invented one of the first computers died young. Who was he, and how did he die?
3. The first computer programmer was a woman, and gave her name to a programming language. Who was she?
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The radio show is produced by Jane Whyatt, an award winning radio producer for the BBC, and presented by Peter Warren, an award winning investigative journalist who has worked for the BBC and the Sunday Times Insight team, Password is a fascinating insight into the high-tech world that we now all inhabit. To hear our weekly technology radio programme PassWord with Peter Warren tune in to London’s Resonance 104.4FM or www.resonancefm.com at 1530 GMT on Sundays. You can listen live to Radio Castle’s PassWord show on Mondays 1100-1200 online www.radiocastle.com.
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