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Spectrum Addict: LOAD “FILM 2”. Coming soon. 🙂
If you check across the internetty thingy, there should be a couple of competitions to win DVDs of the first film, especially at LORD A*SE. 🙂

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The premiere for Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict is being held at The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge, UK on 1st July 2017. There will be some very special guests, including many of the stars in the film – Jim Bagley, Steve Turner, The Oliver Twins, to name but a few, along with a bar provided by Lord Conrad’s Brewery of Cambridge! It promises to be a very special occasion and YOU can win TWO tickets to the premiere! Simply email your name, address and favourite Spectrum game to andyremic@outlook.com to be entered into a prize draw! Simples! (Closing date Monday 26th June 2017 at 1pm).

The film can still be pre-ordered at www.remicmedia.com/speccyaddict

Had an incredibly fun time interviewing Ant Harper [retrogamescollector.com] and Mark Howlett [AKA Lord Arse, @lord_arse] at the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge [computinghistory.org]; Ant and Mark are two massively enthusiastic retro game fans and, indeed, Spectrum addicts. Ant has a great retro games website, whereas Lord Arse has a truly stunning 96,000 followers on Twitter. We talked favourite games, piracy, early memories and the future of the ZX Spectrum. Fabulous! Thanks guys!!Ant&Mark (4)

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JASON FITZPATRICK

Centre for Computing History in Cambridge

Spectrum Addict visited the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge where we were happily looked after by the affable and charming Jason Fitzpatrick. Jason also agreed to be interviewed for the film about his early Spectrum experiences, and about the museum in general. A great comedian, Jason was a fun and entertaining interviewee, and is a great addition to the Spectrum Addict line-up!! Then we spent a while filming in the museum itself, which I can’t recommend enough – get your ass down to Cambridge and check out some computing history… your kids (including adult kids) will love it!

Website: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/computinghistory

Twitter link: https://twitter.com/computermuseum

 

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