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Looking back at Tomorrow's World

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The BBC Archive website has launched a new section dedicated to Tomorrow's World.

Beginning in 1965, the BBC's flagship science programme ran for nearly 40 years.

Its mix of quirky film reports and live experiments examined the changing state of current technology and put new inventions to the test.

From a man who spoke Morse code to computers and a live test of an early bulletproof vest to the UK's first home computer, here are some of the memorable moments from Tomorrow's World.

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