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.
Check out the album on Amazon
And on Bandcamp
Links for iTunes, Spotify and others will be added as they come online
An old interview with Alan can be found here
A couple of Brady's favourite videos scored by Alan include this one from Mt Everest and this one from Chile - but there are countless more!
Oh, this fire log one was good too
From high school drop-out to set theorist, Asaf Karagila shares his journey towards infinity. Asaf is a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at the University of East Anglia.
Asaf's blog - http://karagila.org
Asaf's Twitter - https://twitter.com/AsafKaragila
Some Infinity stuff on Numberphile -...
A Chance at Immortality - with Marcus Du Sautoy
Mathematical greatness can strike at any time - even on the train between Oxford and London.
Marcus is the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University - https://www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk
Marcus' author page on Amazon...
Dr Tom Crawford has been known to strip to his underwear in the interests of math education. He is an Early Career Teaching and Outreach Fellow at Oxford University.
Tom's page at St Edmund Hall - https://www.seh.ox.ac.uk/people/tom-crawford
Tom Rock's Maths YouTube Channel -...