Features

Title   Issue
Interview A regional head of MEP talks about the micro explosion now under way in Britain's schools. 01-01 March 1983
Monitors Thinking of buying a colour monitor? You ought to read this article before you do. 01-01 March 1983
Monitors Part II of our series reviewing colour monitors available for the BBC Micro. 01-02 April 1983
Measurements How your micro can be interfaced to become a powerful research tool. 01-02 April 1983
Useful Things To Know Useful Things To Know 01-03 May 1983
Useful Information Useful Information 01-04 June 1983
School The classroom where the children use a BBC Micro as naturally as they would a crayon. 01-06 August 1983
Electron Our technical editor looks inside the BBC Micro's baby brother and finds some surprises. 01-07 September 1983
Basicode Micro shall speak unto micro with this revolutionary computer language from Holland. 01-08 October 1983
     
Chess (Reviews) A leading chess expert shows you how to test and evaluate three competing programs. 01-10 December 1983
Paged Graphics How to create fast action graphics using the registers of your BBC Micro's video chip. 01-10 December 1983
Computer Speak (Humour) Our jargon decoder gives the real meaning of the buzz-words you thought you understood. 01-10 December 1983
The Addict (Humour) No apologies for printing this controversial insight into the sad world of the micro addict. 01-11 January 1984
Recovery 'Bad Program' messages? Why not use our invaluable program recovery routine? 02-01 March 1984
BBC II Micro An in-depth description of the BBC II Micro - technology taken to its limit. 02-02 April 1984
Class Room Micros in education: A typical day in the life of a busy school computer lab. 02-02 April 1984
Memory Short of bytes? Larger programs for disc users with these cunning overlay techniques. 02-03 May 1984
Spreadsheets Start Here A gentle introduction to the world of spreadsheets. We show you what to look for. 02-03 May 1984
Typing In Listings Further explanations of Jim Notman's formatter - with Mode 7 firmly in mind. 02-03 May 1984
Log-on Plug into the exciting world of telecomputing 02-07 September 1984
Magnificent 7 (Reviews) An in-depth comparison of the seven most popular programmers toolkits on ROM. 02-08 October 1984
Disabled Keyboards can cause problems for some handicapped people. We examine alternatives. 02-08 October 1984
Paged Rom How to make use of sideways RAM chips to write your own ROM type software 02-08 October 1984
View Keys Add extra power to VIEW. Here's a useful routine to program the function keys. 02-10 December 1984
Basic I/II Part 1 The start of our thorough investigation of the rival Basic's - how they differ, and why. 02-10 December 1984
Short Story Fact or fiction? Read this and you'll never see your Micro in the same light again. 02-11 January 1985
Basic I/II Part 2 The final part of our in depth exploration of the BBC Micro's two rival Basics. 02-11 January 1985
Mouse Review Exploit the graphics potential of your micro to the full with the phenomenal AMX mouse. 02-11 January 1985
Pilot The first BBC Micro version of Pilot - the ideal language for computer aided learning. 02-12 February 1985
     
     
CEEFAX Teletext Various Teletext articles (still to be sorted into other menus!) 05-03 May 1987
Gallery 2 More artistic masterpieces created on our readers' BBC Micros. 05-03 May 1987