Monthly Archives: October 2016

Simple radio data communication using BBC micro:bits

The excellent Python Mu editor makes it a doddle to get micro:bits talking to each other wirelessly – check out the awesome firefly project on this page. I thought I’d have a go myself, and in no time at all … Continue reading

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My Top 10 School Movies

After 22 years working in BBC radio, a few years ago I retrained as a teacher, and this morning I started to think about how teachers and schools have been portrayed in the movies over the years, and how this … Continue reading

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Little Box of Fip

I’ve made many Raspberry Pi internet radios in the past – here’s how to make the simplest one possible, making use of an ancient RaspberryPi 1B that was lying neglected at the back of the drawer. This one is so … Continue reading

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