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The weekly look at information technology with Lesley Judd and Fred Harris Miami has the dubious distinction of being America's drug capital and one of the most difficult cities in the world to police. Now a new system, using computerised portable radios that can be programmed from headquarters, is helping in the fight against crime. In Oxford,
Kittredge Cowlishaw runs a unique course called 'Computing for the Terrified'. One of the applications the students are introduced to is the 'spreadsheet' - the software which has probably sold more computers than any other. Micro Live shows the basics of how to use one.
Studio director DAVE THOMAS Producers
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Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Fred Harris
Unknown: Kittredge Cowlishaw
Director: Dave Thomas
Producers: Terry Marsh.
Editor: David Allen

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