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Podcast Finale/Trailer

The Travels in a Mathematical World podcast has ended because I am moving on to another job. Because of this, I have put together a brief finale episode. This includes a series of clips from a wide range of the episodes. I hope the clips will show the podcast to be interesting and varied, covering topics that are at times poignant and important; at others just a bit of fun. The idea is that people tend to download the most recent episode of a podcast they have newly found and this hopes to encourage them to download the rest. Perhaps it will also be useful as a sort of ‘trailer’ for the podcast.

There are 64 episodes of the podcast available through www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk. Make sure you download the full set of 64 episodes! And tell your friends! You can find out what I’m now doing in podcasting via peterrowlett.net/podcasts.

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