Pinches & Breaks

  |  Published: Jul 11th 2016
Dive into stories of stolen intelligence treasures which helped turn the tide in the Battle of the Atlantic in the July 2016 episode of the Bletchley Park Podcast, Pinches and Breaks.

Fujitsu Innovation Hub opens at The National Museum of Computing

  |  Published: Jul 5th 2016
The world’s first purpose-built computer centre, Block H on Bletchley Park, now hosts a Fujitsu Innovation Hub with the latest in classroom technologies as a result of a collaboration between Fujitsu UK, its partners: Intel, Brocade, and Kyocera Document Solutions, and The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC).

Wendover Remembers, July 1916

Val Moir and Mike Senior  |  Published: Jul 1st 2016
July 1916 was the blackest month in the history of the British Army.

No Sleep on VE Day

  |  Published: Jun 13th 2016
Memories of Morse, musicals, secrets and skylarks

Milton Keynes archaeology in the spotlight

Richard de Peyer, Director, Bucks County Museum Trust  |  Published: Jun 7th 2016
Milton Keynes, as a new town, is sometimes thought of as having no history, but nothing could be further from the truth, as some fantastic Roman archaeology which has recently been on display shows.

The Breaking of Lorenz

  |  Published: Jun 6th 2016
Colossus veterans see the whole process at The National Museum of Computing

A Message from Wendover Arm Trust

  |  Published: Jun 6th 2016
Wendover Arm Trust have received First Round Approval from Heritage Lottery Fund for a joint bid with the Canal & River Trust and can now progress to stage 2 of the application process.
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