A people that forgets its heroes will itself be forgotten. The Tender Peel tells the story of Alan Turing, father of computer science, heroic WWII codebreaker, and a man chemically castrated and driven to suicide by the British government for the crime of loving another man. Despite his hand in defeating the Nazis, and the computers we take for granted that are a result of his legacy, his is not a household name. This is the story of his love, his genius, and his persecution.
Writer: Ricardo Perez Gonzalez