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[Audio] The Death of ORACLE: Interview with Russty Russ

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If you frequent the Twitters, you might have heard of this Russty Russ chap. He posts items relating to retro television, and has a particular soft spot for the teletextual televisual treat that is that there telemetext.

Is he actually Miner Willy? What happened to Ceefax’s graphics in the mid-90s? And what was that badger cartoon about?

…I dunno. Why are you asking me?!

Taken from Teletextr Podcast 03, recorded February 2016.

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