Find all of our Podcasts from 2007 onwards
Find out why liquid metal batteries hold much hope in our move to renewables.
We talk to world-leading climate scientists Tim Palmer about climate and weather, the science of uncertainty, and why there needs to be a CERN for climate change.
Mathematician Nataliya Vaisfel'd talks about fleeing Ukraine with her wheelchair-bound mother and their dogs, eventually finding sanctuary in Britain.
In this final episode of the Women of Mathematics series, we talk to Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb about the collaborative nature of mathematics.
We talk to Holly Krieger about the joys of learning and conversations with colleagues.
We talk to Julia Gog about the buzz of mathematical research, and how maths can help you do good in the world.
We continue our series featuring some of Cambridge's Women of Mathematics, with this 2017 interview with Nilanjana Datta.
Revisit this podcast from 2017, when we spoke to Natalia Berloff, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.
To celebrate the Commonwealth Games we revisit one of the venues - the velodrome built for the London 2012 Olympics.
Fields Medallist June Huh tells us about maths you can "feel and touch" and why maths mirrors who we are as a species
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.
In this podcast we talk to James Maynard, who has won a 2022 Fields Medal for his spectacular contributions to number theory.
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.
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!
We join Dan Aspel to talk to the irrepressible Anita Layton about her career and research in kinetic theory.
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.
Explore the connections between mathematics and music at the La La Lab exhibition.
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.
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.