Let $R$ denote the set of all real numbers. $B$ is any Bernstein set of $R$.

Bernstein Set: A subset of the real line that meets every uncountable closed subset of the real line but that contains none of them. It's from wiki.

We topologize $R$ now: the set $B$ is discrete and its complement has the usual topology. How to see the new topological space is Lindelof?