BBC Micro

From Misc Data Digs

Acorn and BBC teamed up to make personal computers that were affordable for school teachers. Don't forget The Computer Programme existed to help you to use your computer.

Hidden Credits[edit | edit source]

Starting at 0x3C00 in the OS, there are a bunch of credits listing the people who worked on the BBC Micro.

(C) 1981 Acorn Computers Ltd.

Thanks are due to the following contributors to the development of the BBC Computer 
(among others too numerous to mention):- 

David Allen,Bob Austin,Ram Banerjee,Paul Bond,Allen Boothroyd,Cambridge,Cleartone,
John Coll,John Cox,Andy Cripps,Chris Curry,6502 designers,Jeremy Dion,Tim Dobson,
Joe Dunn,Paul Farrell,Ferranti,Steve Furber,Jon Gibbons,Andrew Gordon,
Lawrence Hardwick,Dylan Harris,Hermann Hauser,Hitachi,Andy Hopper,ICL,Martin Jackson,
Brian Jones,Chris Jordan,David King,David Kitson,Paul Kriwaczek,Computer Laboratory,
Peter Miller,Arthur Norman,Glyn Phillips,Mike Prees,John Radcliffe,Wilberforce Road,
Peter Robinson,Richard Russell,Kim Spence-Jones,Graham Tebby,Jon Thackray,
Chris Turner,Adrian Warner,Roger Wilson,Alan Wright