link to the podcast (with twitter card)
Embed code for the latest episode (iframe)
Edward Frenkel's fascinating mathematical journey - from the Soviet Union to the United States.
link to the episode (with twitter card)
Embed code (iframe)
James Maynard is making waves in the world of prime numbers - we spoke to him in his office at Oxford University.
Fields Medallist Sir Timothy Gowers discusses his career - and the role of ‘begrudging admiration’ in mathematics.
We speak with Neil Sloane - creator and keeper of the famed ‘On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences’.
We record at the Royal Society in London, with Isaac Newton's original calculus papers.
From a difficult school to serving two terms as president of the juggling club - James Grime discusses his mathematical journey.
John Urschel is studying for a PhD in mathematics - and played three seasons of professional football in the NFL. He's an offensive lineman who became a graph theorist.
David Eisenbud's entertaining stories about mathematics are a fascinating glimpse into how math works - how it really works.
Standup mathematician Matt Parker opens his heart to reveal... a standup comedian who loves mathematics. Order a signed copy of Matt's book: http://bit.ly/Humble_Pi
Author and campaigner Simon Singh talks about his fascinating career, a famous legal case, and his attempts to change the way mathematics is taught in UK schools.