This is an interview with Martin Campbell-Kelly, one of the leading early figures in the history of computing. The interview discusses his upbringing and higher education, including his PhD under the supervision of Brian Randell. The interview discusses his career at Sunderland Polytechnic and the University of Warwick. It goes into detail about the circumstances of his various major publications as well as his work as a public intellectual. The second half of the interview discusses his interactions with and impressions of the various individuals and institutions in the United Kingdom, United States, and Western Europe associated with the history of computing in its early years.