KRAFTWERK’S COMPUTER LOVE accompanying a blinky cartoon owl heralded the start of this “pioneering” pseudo-educational series into the ways of the home computer, or more specifically, the BBC Computer (Acorn Proton as was), favourite of secondary school headmasters the country over. CHRIS SERLE, in standard issue BBC knitted tank top and displaying that studied clueless look that was to stand him in good stead for IN AT THE DEEP END, played the role of the ficko punter ie. us. IAN MACNAUGHT-DAVIES was the quasi-Burke brainiac host. Lots of basic computer knowledge, demented analogies (“Imagine you’re getting ready for a party, but your doorbell’s broken. You stand in the hall trying to open a bottle of wine, but periodically you have to go to the door and open it to check if anyone’s there”), and programmes written out in that MODE6 blue-and-black lines screen effect, for no readily apparent reason.