Podcasts

Podcast Archive

Find all of our Podcasts from 2007 onwards

Women of Mathematics: Julia Gog

We talk to Julia Gog, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

Women of Mathematics: Anne-Christine DavisWe talk to Anne-Christine Davis, the first female maths professor at the University of Cambridge.
Women of Mathematics: Nilanjana Datta

We continue our series featuring some of Cambridge's Women of Mathematics, with this 2017 interview with Nilanjana Datta.

Women of Mathematics: Natalia Berloff

Revisit this podcast from 2017, when we spoke to Natalia Berloff, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

How the velodrome found its form

To celebrate the Commonwealth Games we revisit one of the venues - the velodrome built for the London 2012 Olympics.

Maths on the red carpet - Fields Medallist June Huh

Fields Medallist June Huh tells us about maths you can "feel and touch" and why maths mirrors who we are as a species

Maths on the red carpet – Fields Medallist Hugo Duminil-Copin

In this podcast we talk to Hugo Duminil-Copin, who tells us how his work in statistical physics brings together his two loves – maths and physics.

Maths on the red carpet - Fields Medallist James Maynard

In this podcast we talk to James Maynard, who has won a 2022 Fields Medal for his spectacular contributions to number theory.

Maths on the red carpet – Fields Medallist Maryna Viazovska

We are very pleased to announce the winners of Fields Medals 2022, as well as the all the other prizes from the ICM 2022, and talk to Fields Medallist Maryna Viazovska.

Maths on the red carpet – Revisiting the 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians

To get us in the mood for next week's International Congress of Mathematicians, let's revisit the 2018 ICM that took place in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil!

Living Proof: Anita Layton – one of Canada’s most powerful women

We join Dan Aspel to talk to the irrepressible Anita Layton about her career and research in kinetic theory.

On the mathematical frontline: Matt Keeling

Epidemiologist Matt Keeling tells us about his work on the roadmap out of lockdown, whether the models have been too pessimistic, and what it's been like producing scientific results that carry so much weight.

On the mathematical frontline: Francesca Scarabel

Francesca Scarabel may be early on in her research career, but she has already been part of the UK's emergency mathematical response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She tells us about her experience in this podcast.

On the mathematical frontline: Ed Hill

Ed Hill has been working on the COVID-19 pandemic right from the start, providing government with essential epidemiological advice. Find out about his journey in this podcast.

New ways of seeing with the INTEGRAL project

We ask the INTEGRAL team about their innovative machine learning approaches to understanding remotely gathered images, and the significant impact these technologies can have on the world.

On the mathematical frontline: Ellen Brooks Pollock and Leon Danon

Hear from the epidemiologists that have been fighting the pandemic in our special podcast series.

On the mathematical frontline: Mike Tildesley

What do you actually do when you are modelling the COVID-19 pandemic? Find out with epidemiologist Mike Tildesley in our new podcast series.

How to predict our changing climate

In this podcast we ask two experts to explain the models that predict how the Earth's climate will behave in the future.

All about Plus on the Living Proof podcast

We are very proud to have been invited to Living Proof, the podcast of the iconic Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge!

Reducing NHS waiting lists in times of COVID

Mathematicians meet clinicians to challenge the NHS backlog on cardiovascular disease — find out more in this podcast!

The maths and magic of shuffling

In this podcast mathematician Cheryl Praeger and magician Will Houstoun reveal the maths and magic behind shuffling cards.

On the mathematical frontline: Julia Gog

What's it like advising government on the maths behind COVID-19? Find out with epidemiologist Julia Gog in this new podcast series.

AI, babies, and agency

In this podcast we find out why true artificial intelligence will only become possible once machines have something that babies are born with: agency.

Emergence and the dynamics of crowds: The podcast

In this podcast we talk about magical concept of emergence and how we can model the behaviour of crowds of people.

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