The EDSAC Film
Film made in 1951, with a commentary by Maurice Wilkes added in 1976, showing the EDSAC computer in use.

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Information Age: The computer that changed our world
A part of the LEO I is on display in London Science Museum’s Information Age gallery. This short video produced by Science Museum tells the story of LEO computers and how our lives have been transformed by information and communication technologies over the last 200 years.


LEO: celebrating the pioneers
A short film made to highlight the contribution of the team behind LEO computers, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of it taking on its first “office job” on November 17th 1951, featuring Frank Land, Ernest Kaye, Ralph Land, Mary Coombs, and the science journalist Georgina Ferry, author of the book “A computer called Leo”.


LEO the automatic office (1957)


Taking the punch out of input


The Joy of Data – BBC documentary


LEO the automatic office (1957)
@Computer History Museum website


Man and NHKG (1969)
1969 Film celebrating strava Steel Works including a number of shots of their LEO III, also with their chief engineer Jiri Baranek. The LEO footage occurs at 3m 24s, 7m 42s, and 9m 58s in the film.


The Way of Young People – Video for the 20 Years of NHKG (1971)
1971 Film celebrating 20 years of Ostrava Steel Works. Their LEO III appears briefly at minute 7:44.


Pohled zblízka – numerické počítače – A closer look – Numerical computer (1967)
LEO III appears briefly at minute 2:05 and at minute 5.16.


Mary Coombs shares her story


Ernest Kaye LEO 1952

How a cake company pioneered the first office computer – BBC – 27 Nov 2019