For those of you interested in all things digital, this week the BBC are focussing on Intelligent Machines (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-33978561) as part of their larger Make It Digital Season.
Over the rest of September there are nine special programmes on the background to digital culture:
Already screened - a documentary on Gordon Welshman - the forgotten genius of Bletchley Park
Sept 14th - Brian Cox (!) hosts a new panel show called Six Degrees of Separation (10pm BBC2)
Sept 14th - Girls can code - a rather short BBC Three series following five innovative women coders.
Sept 15th - Gamechangers - a factual drama about the battle behind Grand Theft Auto (9pm BBC2) - (clashes with UEFA Champions League sadly!)
Sept 17th - Calculating Ada - a programme all about Victorian mathematician and early computer pioneer Ada Lovelace. YOU MUST WATCH THIS IF YOU CAN! (9pm BBC Four)
Sept 23rd - In Case you Missed It - a review programme with a difference - nothing is as it seemed with Dara O Briain.
Sept 24th - The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms. Prof Marcus du Sautou explores this largely hidden aspect of contemporary digital culture.