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MORE TV SOFTWARE FROM THE BBC
Micro User Volume 2 Number 2, April 1984


Latest innovation to come from the BBC Telesoftware Service is Club 707, a club page featuring programs sent in by the general public. Updated fortnightly, the first offering is a turtle graphics program from Australia.

The BBC has taken a policy decision to provide more cash for the service, which might explain the sweatshirts. Club 707 will send to successful contributors. New policies include linking software with broadcast programs.

Radio Thin King - a primary learning series - is the first to have software broadcast for it. Future plans include transmitting the software for the BBC Computer Literacy series, Computers in Control.

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