## Thursday 1 June 2023

### Maths at: The FUTURE!

Back to the future. There's no maths in it. We just wanted to watch a good film. I suppose we should talk about it too.

In today's programme:

• we travel through time at a rate of 1 second/second.
• is Harry Potter better than Back to the Future?
• how do the laws of physics change when we're moving?
• all our knowledge is guided by the wonderful Naomi Wray.

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## Sunday 9 April 2023

### Maths at: Easter

When is Easter? I literally have no clue. Today's Maths at: justifies this ignorance!

In today's programme:

• we fail to do basic arithmetic;
• should you use Salad Cream at Easter?
• Thomas loses his mind.

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## Wednesday 4 May 2022

### Maths at: Wordle

It's like the last day of school, because we are playing games!

Never has maths been so much fun.

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## Sunday 23 May 2021

### Maths at: The Number 23

Did you know that:

• the Earth tilts at 23 degrees on its axis? (Well it's actually closer to 23.5 and degrees are an arbitrary unit of measurement);
• 2 divided by 3 is 0.666 recurring? (Although if you round it properly it would be 0.667, which is the Devil's next door neighbour);
• if you rearrange the letters in "The Number Twenty Three" you get "This is all Hogwash"?

Isn't numerology incredible?

This week we watched Joel Schumacher's 23rd film: "The Number 23", starring Jim Carrey. And we ask, perhaps, the most important question of all - was this film actually a secret sequel to Ace Ventura Pet Detective?

We're through the looking glass here people!

If you're interested in watching The Number 23 then please recondsider watching Paddington (one or two, they're both good.)

Your regulars, Thomas and Ben are joined by Hannah Veale and you can either tickle your eyeballs and/or your ear drums. We're so good to you.

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## Friday 9 April 2021

### Maths at: Bitcoin

It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform all of our viewers and listeners that The Wonderful Liz, otherwise known as Lydia Menzies passed away in late 2020.

Lydia, by her own choice, wanted to be enigmatic. So although you gained glimpses into her past career as a school teacher you rarely got insight into the funny, passionate and ebullient life that she lived. Which is a great shame, because her impact on the lives around her was tremendous. So much so that she even received tributes in the house of commons from Angus MacNeil and Jacob Rees-Mogg.

A fundraising page for Breast Cancer Now was set up in her honour and we hope that you are able to donate whatever you can to this cause.

This podcast covers the maths of bitcoin and guest stars one of Lydia's oldest friends, Duncan Coutts, who is currently developing one of the bitcoin alternatives.

Did we learn what bitcoin is?

Or did we just start to question all money?

Join us in Lydia's final podcast. We hope you enjoy it.

• What on earth is Haskell?
• If you can't donate money to a cancer charity then perhaps you could donate your time through  fundraising?
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## Tuesday 13 October 2020

### Maths at: Long-tailed tits & Lovelace

TITS! Tits. TiTs... TIIIIIIITS,

(tits)

t...i...t...s

Yup, we we've found our level.

This week we're joined by the wonderful (soon to be doctor) Natasha Ellison (good luck, Natasha!), from the Unviersity of Sheffield and she takes us on a whirlwind tour of her thesis results of where you should look for tits in a forest and how the mathematics stems from understanding wolf pack dynamics.

Alongside our ecological leanings we also discuss Augusta Ada King, or Ada Lovelace to her friends. Tuesday 13th October marks Ada Lovelace day. As one of the first ever computer programmers to exist why not crack open your favourite programming language and have a go at saying:
HELLO WORLD!

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## Tuesday 15 September 2020

### Maths at: Tidying & toilets

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that noone likes tidying up. So, if you want a reason to not bother then give us a listen.

Once again your regulars, Ben, Liz and Thomas, seek answers to such questions as:
• Why are people in London Freezing?
• Do butterflies fart?
• How many toilets do you need to make everyone happy?

All questions and no answers in today's Maths at:

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