Links Checked/Fixed/Updated 10/05/2021
8BS Magazines on line
Matt Robinson's on line 8BS magazine project. Conversions of the original 8BS magazine for the web. Although they are now on the 8BS website here
Association of Acorn User Groups
The Acorn Electron Haven maintained by Dave Edwards
Acorn Gaming Pages
Gareth Moore. Gareth used to run GLM PD
Acorn User Scans
Dave Edwards has scanned The Acorn User magazines and made them available on DVD
Andrew Benham's Pages
Angus Duggan's Page
Angus Duggan's page. Containing, amongst other things, a plan for an Eprom programmer.
APDL Archimedes Public Domain
Brian Jones's Front end for BBC Emulators
BBC Games Site
Crispin Boylan. Crispin is trying to gather together a full collection of info
BBC Mailing List
To join the BBC mailing list visit here
BBC Basic for Windows programmers
BBC Basic at mdfs.net On various platforms by Jonathan Harston
BBC BASIC Programming Language (where you can download versions of BBC BASIC for Windows, MS-DOS, Z80-based CP/M, Amstrad CPC, Tatung Enstein, RISC OS (Brandy BASIC), Brandy BASIC for NetBSD/OpenBSD/FreeBSD/Linux/AmigaOS/Mac OS X/ MS-DOS/WinCE
BBC Micro Games Archive
The place to go for any BBC Micro Game. Download or play on line
Maintained by Ian Wolstenholme
Beebdroid the Android BBC emulator
Maintained by Richard Hall
Cowsarenotpurple.com (Master 512)
A website from Yellow Pig. Very good for the Master 512 in particular. There is also a disc image manipulator here called 'Beeb Image'
Info about keyboards and switches
A site with new BBC Computer software
Edmund Burke's Basic Tutorial
Electron User Group
Ian Bell's Elite pages
Jonathan G Harston
A website with some interesting hardware available. GoMMC. ReTuLa and much more
Jon Welch's DFS and ADFS Explorer
PC software for manipulating disc images.
Web-site of leisure ideas and creations for people with Severe Learning Disabilities, including a BBC Micro used to help people speak, roll dice, and pick numbers.
Paul Granjon's Z Lab
Has some BBC related stuff.
R T Russell
BBC Pages, Including BBC Basic Tutorial and BBC Basic 86 Manual.
An interesting page where Voltmace gear is examined
Sprow's BBC Pages
Stairway to Hell
A lively and busy Beeb forum, well worth a visit
An excellent site describing the System 1 by Mike Cowlishaw
Telcontar, an entertaining website by Daniel Beardsmore with this BBC page
The National Museum Of Computing
Has one of the best collections of fully-working 8-bit machines anywhere in the world.
A classroom of BBC Micros and also examples of everything that Acorn ever made: Phoebe, BBC ARM development kit, Domesday laser discs etc.
Most material also digitised including all BEEBUGs and RISC User in searchable form
Thomas Harte's Electron Emulation
Thomas Hart's Electron Emulation site
Tim's Amstrad Users Site
Contains some BBC Basic downloads
US Master 128 website