The Numberphile Podcast

Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 54m. Bisher sind 33 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 3 Wochen.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 5 hours 44 minutes


The High Jumping Cosmologist - with Katie Mack

Astrophysicist Katie Mack discusses Twitter, athletics, mathematics, and the small matter of the fate of the Universe.



Rockstar Epidemiologists - with Adam Kucharski

Adam Kucharski is among a number of leading epidemiologists who has suddenly been thrust into the limelight. We discuss his career and the current state of the coronavirus pandemic.


 2021-02-02  45m

Statistics and Saving Lives - with Jennifer Rogers

Professor Jennifer Rogers discusses coronavirus vaccinations, the media, and her own path to medical statistics.


 2020-12-11  55m

Why Study Mathematics - with Vicky Neale

Dr Vicky Neale's latest book is about why people should study mathematics - but why did SHE study mathematics?


 2020-12-08  45m

Club Automatic - with Alex Bellos

Author and puzzle guru Alex Bellos talks about mathematics, writing, reviews, and his early days running a nightclub.


 2020-11-25  54m

Quiz Shows and Math Anxiety - with Bobby Seagull

School teacher Bobby Seagull made his name on a quiz show - but there's much more to his story.


 2020-10-23  1h24m

Nursery Rhymes and Numbers - with Alan Stewart

A team of composers and musicians have joined forces to re-imagine classic nursery rhymes with new counts, timings and tempos. It's dubbed Tuplets for Toddlers, and has been led Numberphile's resident composer Alan Stewart.


 2020-10-05  54m

The Importance of Numbers - with Tim Harford

Economist Tim Harford on the importance of numbers and statistics.


 2020-09-12  47m

Why Did The Mathematician Cross The Road? - with Roger Penrose

Sir Roger Penrose is one of the biggest names in mathematics AND physics. Here he talks about sibling rivalry, Stephen Hawking, having ideas, and toilet paper.


 2020-08-08  1h5m

The Third Cornet - with Katie Steckles

Dr Katie Steckles is a mainstay of the mathematics communications scene and a regular in our videos. Here she discusses her life at school, university, and now as a freelance maths communicator. Plus life as a pirate.


 2020-07-23  59m