Royal Institution Lectures

Tuesday 19 December 2006 at 2:34 pm | In Articles | 3 Comments

For only the third time in its history the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures will be on mathematics. Marcus du Sautoy, who was inspired by the first mathematics lectures given by Christopher Zeeman in 1978, will be presenting The Number Mysteries. They will be broadcast on Channel Five.

The previous Christmas lectures on Mathematics were given by Ian Stewart in 1997.

There’s an interview with Marcus du Sautoy in today’s Guardian called A prime example.

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  1. hi
    i have a wordpress blog on mathematics. i want to use plugin for math writing. but i cant setting the plugin. can you help me?

    Comment by smile of math — Wednesday 20 December 2006 3:09 am #

  2. where are you from? GB?
    is it really broadcast on a TV?

    Comment by deimos — Saturday 30 December 2006 7:41 pm #

  3. Yes the Royal Institution Lectures are broadcast on TV every year here in the UK. You would have to ask the Royal Institution if they would be interested in webcasting them for the benefit of the rest of the world.

    Comment by Steve — Saturday 30 December 2006 9:11 pm #

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