I just watched Imitation Game. Hmm. Seemed a bit dramatised rather than factual. Not a mention of Tommy Flowers who came up with Colossus, the electronic computer that did the real work and was the forefather of what we are using now - not that Bombe of Turing. Turing asked for GPO help and got it in the form of TF.
I suppose it was just a "gays are not all bad" promotional feature and "didn't they get treated badly" piece rather than a "we won WW2 with pooters" documentary. Still, Tommy was a real modest and overlooked star.
I couldn't finish Dad's Army. Rubbish.
Currently watching Soylent Green, 1973. It's set around now. The writers hadn't imagined any new tech apart from turning flesh into not-flesh. He even had to use a street phone.
Great film though. Rampant global warming that thankfully hasn't come to pass so far.