The life of the wartime codebreaker Alan Turing is being commemorated in a special edition of the board game Monopoly.
Television presenter James May, has unveiled 'The Life and Works of Alan Turing' exhibition at Bletchley Park.
TV presenter James May, will unveil 'The Life and Works of Alan Turing' exhibition at Bletchley Park.
Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing looks set to follow Sir Winston Churchill onto a banknote according to bookmakers Ladbrokes.
Sir Winston will feature on five pound notes due to enter circulation in 2016.
Punters are now speculating as to who will follow suit with Alan Turing the 4/1 favourite.
The maths genius helped crack top secret German codes. His work is credited with shortening the duration of the Second World War.
Nearly 27,000 people have signed a petition for the Bletchley codebreaker Alan Turing to be pictured on the next £10 note.
Turing's been hailed a national hero for his work at Bletchley in Milton Keynes during the Second World War.
In 1952 he was convicted of gross indecency after admitting to police that he was gay.
In response to the petition, the Bank of England's said it welcomes suggestions on historic figures to put on notes.