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Any good math podcasts?

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Podcasts aren’t exactly suited to geometric discussions generally. However, My Favourite Theorem is a great podcast and there have been some episodes which have personally been very insightful to me (my favourite being episodes 38 and 44).

Edit: there are also episodes that discuss geometric ideas like Varignon’s Theorem and projective geometry.
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As Gandhi said, start the podcast you want to see in the world
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I like the 3b1b podcast by Grant Sanderson. The episode with Steven Strogatz was particularly good.
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You should probably watch lectures if you want something technical. Kind of hard to convey mathematical idea without images of formulae
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Check out "My favourite theorem" by Kevin knudson & Evelyn lamb. They invite mathematicians to talk about their favourite theorems/results.
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For physics, I love Sean Carroll's *The Mindscape*. He will occasionally have a guest discussing pure math (category theory and statistical language modeling are episodes I can recall), but his background is in theoretical physics, and guests/topics range from quantum to thermo to biology to philosophy. Mostly I love his deep inquisitive streak, not letting his guests get away with non-technical answers to technical questions.
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The Math & Physics Podcast is my go-to for applied mathematics.
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Not math-only podcast, but if what you are looking for is a place to gather insights while listening to fascinating conversations among "people of math", check out The Joy of Why(or The Joy of X as it was once called) hosted by Mathematician Steve Strogatz.
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Relatively Prime: Stories from The Mathematical Domain- Interviews and stories from the math world! I LOVE it.
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Steven Strogatz has a podcast. The Joy of Why! The episode with Colin Adams on knot theory is fantastic!

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