Sinclair Programs

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Sinclair Programs was a magazine published in the United Kingdom, initially by ECC Publications of London[1] and subsequently by EMAP.[2] It was dedicated entirely to listings for programs for the Sinclair Research ZX80, ZX81 and ZX Spectrum computers, contributed by readers. The magazine was one of three launched in 1982 by ECC, the other two being Sinclair User and Sinclair Projects, the latter dedicated to hardware projects for the Sinclair computers.[3] The magazine was published between May/June 1982 and September 1985.[4]


  1. ^ "Contents". Sinclair Programs. May–June 1982. p. 3. 
  2. ^ "New look for Sinclair Programs". CRASH. December 1984. p. 40. 
  3. ^ Mirsoeff, Judith (9 December 1982). "Magazines for home computing". New Scientist. p. 675. 
  4. ^ British Library Main Catalogue, UIN BLL01011634028. Accessed 22 August 2012