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One in 500 Year Storm

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Math, Kurt Weill, Danica McKellar

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“How Much Brain Damage Do I Have?”

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Mr Barton Maths

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How Can Math Make Your Holidays Merrier?

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Breaking Math

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The Secret To Tracking And Mapping Bears

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Bad Incentives Are Blocking Better Science

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Math for breakfast- About teaching mathematics

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Pi Day

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Why A Pack Of Peanut Butter M&M's Weighs A Tiny Bit Less Than A Regular Pack

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A brief history of Mathematics

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WS More or Less: Kilobyte to Brontobyte

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The Type Theory Podcast

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Simon Singh's Numbers

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Jen Fitzgerald: Rocky The Mathlete

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Episode 485: What's Your Major?

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The Simpsons' Secret? It's Written By Math Geeks

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My favourite Theorem

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Steven Strogatz: The Joy Of 'X'

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Episode 677: The Experiment Experiment

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Children Catch Math Anxiety From Parents

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The maths of spies and terrorists

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WS More or Less: The story of average

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Why Machines Discriminate—and How to Fix Them

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WS More or Less: When maths mistakes really matter

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Math Problems: Stories About Struggles With Math

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Abortion, modern slavery, math versus maths

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The Teacher Who Believes Math Equals Love

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Actress Danica Mc Kellar Helps “Girls Get Curves”

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Edward Frenkel: The Test

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Loneliness: Stories About Finding Friends

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A Broadway Hit, With An Autistic Math Whiz At Its Center

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Alex Bellos: Your Favorite Number

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Am I Normal? Download

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Marketplace Weekend

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Speed

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Rating Subjective Experiences Is Hard, But Fandango Is Really Bad At It

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What’s In A Number? — 2006 Edition

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Adriana Salerno: A Different Kind Of Problem

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The Math Guy

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Who’s Accountable When An Algorithm Makes A Bad Decision?

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Radiolab - Numbers

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Erika Engelhaupt: The Science Of Speeding

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WS More or Less: Why Albums are Getting Longer

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OAME talks - About teaching mathematics

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WS More or Less: Debunking guide – on a postcard

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The Surprisingly Predictable Patterns of Random Choice

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Sum of all parts

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In Physics, Beauty May Be Overrated

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Why Aren't More Girls Attracted To Physics?

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Teachers on Math Strategy

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Hooponomics

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WS More or Less: When’s a Kilogram Not a Kilogram?

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For The Love Of Numbers

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Help: Stories about desperate situations

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Estimation 180

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Numberphile

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On Average

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WS More or Less: How not to test public opinion

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Hurricane Joseph & The Calculator That Time Forgot

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What Really Is At The Bottom Of The Sea?

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10 Minute Teacher Podcast

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Do Your Patriotic Duty: Learn Math

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Can You Taste The Algorithm In This Arugula?

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The Age of the Algorithm

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Eugenia Cheng: How To Bake Pi

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Randall Munroe Asks, ‘What If?’

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Make Math Moments - About teaching mathematics

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The High Street, Home Births and Harry Potter Wizardry

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