This week on TWiR we talk about snooping through old hard drives, what treasures can they contain? The BBC Micro is 40 and the people that know all about it are getting back together for a special event. Rest in Peace Mr. Dotman, the creator of Pac Man, Hiroshi Ono, has died. How Mini is Too Mini? Is this new Thumby just too small?
All this plus our community question of the week on This Week in Retro!
0:00 Show Open & Charity Calendar
1:58 Retro Hard Drives Uncovered
11:54 The BBC Micro Turns 40
22:07 Rest in Peace Mr. Dotman
28:09 How Mini is Too Mini?
35:18 Community Question of the Week
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