Order & Disorder: Season 1, Episode 2

The Story of Information (23 Oct. 2012)

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Episode credited cast:
Jim Al-Khalili ...
Himself - Presenter (as Professor Jim Al-Khalili)
Annabel Troost ...
Human Computer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janet Anders ...
Herself - University College London (as Dr Janet Anders)
Himself - California Institute of Technology (as Dr Sean Carroll)
Jack Copeland ...
Himself - University of Canterbury, Christchurch (as Professor Jack Copeland)
Martin Davis ...
Himself - Mathematician and former Bell Labs employee
Irving Finkel ...
Himself - British Museum (as Dr Irving Finkel)
Claude Shannon ...
Himself (archive footage)
Tom Standage ...
Himself - Author, 'The Victorian Internet'
Doron Swade ...
Himself - Computer Historian (as Dr Doron Swade)
Vlatko Vedral ...
Himself - University of Oxford (as Professor Vlatko Vedral)


The history of computer science.

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