This is a documentary about unsung heroes of World War II. In 1943, a 24-year-old maths student and a GPO engineer combined to hack into Hitler's personal super-code machine - not Enigma ... See full summary »
A missing message from rogue mathematician Alan Turing surfaces as part of the celebrations for his 100th birthday... in code it provides the key to a century old puzzle that if solved will... See full summary »
A biography of the English mathematician Alan Turing, who was one of the inventors of the digital computer and one of the key figures in the breaking of the Enigma code, used by the Germans... See full summary »
Charlotte CA110, a cyborg stewardess on a distant space station, is accused of having murdered a famous composer. As the circumstances surrounding his death are revealed, so too is the truth behind their relationship.
Floating dead in space, transport ship Genesis becomes an unsolvable mystery. All hands on board have been killed. What began as a simple transport mission for the crew of the Genesis, ends... See full summary »
Since 1929, Infinitum Research has been testing biological enhancements such as light refraction on innocent subjects. Funded by our own government, Infinitum continued illegally after the ... See full summary »
The story of the Forgotten Battle in the Forgotten War: how a small band of Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders in Korea gave up their Anzac Day barbecue to stop the Seoul-bound Chinese Army in its tracks.
Dennis K. Smith
This is a documentary about unsung heroes of World War II. In 1943, a 24-year-old maths student and a GPO engineer combined to hack into Hitler's personal super-code machine - not Enigma but an even tougher system, which he called his 'secrets writer'. Their break turned the Battle of Kursk, powered the D-day landings and orchestrated the end of the conflict in Europe. But it was also to be used during the Cold War - which meant both men's achievements were hushed up and never officially recognized. Written by
[voiceover introduction: showing a photograph of Bill Tutte]
This is a British mathematician called Bill Tutte. You won't have heard of him, but in 1942 he pulled off what many believe was the greatest intellectual feat of World War Two. It shortened the war and saved millions of lives. He died in 2002 without ever being officially recognised for his achievement.
[showing a photograph of Tommy Flowers]
This is a former GPO engineer called Tommy Flowers. In 1944, he turned Tutte's mathematical ...
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