Bletchley Park has secured £8 million of Lottery funding as the home of Britain's wartime codebreaking, but has now shortened its guided tours by excluding the National Museum of Computing's Colossus and Tunny Galleries, which are at the heart of that codebreaking success. It's like staging Hamlet without the prince.
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The Science Museum in London is celebrating the centenary of computing pioneer Alan Turing, whose work helped shorten World War II, laid the groundwork for modern computers, and set the standard test for artificial intelligence
A walk through life inside Britain's WWII codebreaking hub...
The trust has received over £4m of lottery funding to restore crumbling huts that were used by code-breakers in World War II, but cannot access the cash until it raises a further £1.7m
Former RAF and MI5 engineer Sale led the project to recreate the Colossus computer from scratch and helped kick-start the campaign to save World War II code-breaking centre Bletchley Park
Engineers at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park have rebuilt the Tunny machine, a key device used in decoding German High Command messages during the Second World War
Lib Dem MP Phil Willis has put forward an early day motion pushing for the government to grant funding to Bletchley Park, the centre of UK WWII code-breaking efforts
Senior scientific experts are calling for the site to be saved, asking for Bletchley Park 'to be provided with the same financial stability as some of our other great museums'
The secret home to Britain's World War II codebreaking efforts could face closure in two to three years unless it receives more funding
Computer expert and former spy Tony Sale demonstrates how a rebuilt version of the WWII codebreaking computer works
Exclusive - an insider's snapshot of Bletchley Park's secret war hero
An exclusive peek behind the scenes at Bletchley Park
Codebreakers like Alan Turing have been rightly celebrated for their wartime work but, until now, the women of Station X have been largely overlooked
Museum contacted by kidnapper after agreeing to pay ransom for historic crypto device
Authorities turn to code breakers to help find stolen code machine
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