Saturday, 6 December 2008

Advent Podcasts Day 6: Dave Gorman

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There's no rest when you're Advent Podcasting. It may be Saturday but it's also the 6th day of Advent which, when you don't really care about the whole religious angle, could only mean that we have comedian and broadcaster Dave Gorman talking to Robin Ince. Beats a stale bit of chocolate or a crappy picture of a snowman any day. Download it or listen with this player:

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[Podcast music by Andrea Rocca]


George Jelliss said...

Erdos also referred to God as the Supreme Fascist:

Who kept the perfect proofs of mathematical theorems in a secret book.

Tom_23 said...

Paul Erdos is a hero. I am not a mathemetician but I got exposed to his work from THE MAN WHO LOVED ONLY NUMBERS: THE STORY OF PAUL ERDOS AND THE SEARCH FOR MATHEMATICAL TRUTH. A great book. I actually met a person whose father hosted him during his travels and it sounds like he was truly a legend.
PS: My favorite - referring to children as episons! Genius.