How would you react if you received this SMS?
BUSHFIRE WARNING. LEAVE NOW.
When we evacuate from a bushfire, we fall into one of …
During the recent Australian bushfire crisis, numbers gave us a sense of the unprecedented scale of the disaster; 12.6 million hectares burnt, 431 megatons of carbon dioxide emitted, one billion …
Is Benjamin Geen a killer, or the unluckiest guy in England?
Wally Conron invented the labradoodle, one of the world's most popular dogs. He now considers the breed his "life's regret".
Where and when did a digital computer play music for the first time?
How do you turn a Nintendo Game Boy into a musical instrument?
Who was the tattooist of Auschwitz?
Who knew there was a hidden dinosaur extinction?
Why does my three-year-old know more about dinosaurs than I do?
What can Radiohead tell us about our ancient connection to rhythm?
Professor Maryam Mirzakhani was the first woman to win the prestigious Fields Medal. She died in 2017.
Zillion. Squillion. Kajillion. What are these numbers?
From calls intended for a phone sex line, to mis-tweeted phone numbers, these stories are from the world of wrong numbers.
“Six degrees of separation” is the idea that you can connect any two people in the world by no more than six friend-to-friend …
Coming in late 2018: Sum of All Parts season 2! But in the meantime, a special treat - SOAP presents.. A month of our favourite stories from the world of numbers made by friends of the show.
Two drugs; the old and the new, the known and the unknown. And the delicate tipping point between efficiency and chaos. This …
Two Trains tells the story of income inequality along the New York City 2 Train.
Brant Guichard has heard The Music for as long as he can remember.
Did George Harrison "cheat" the solo to A Hard Day's Night?
No one’s sure exactly how the most famous chord in popular music was played. Until now.
The United States digs its heels in over measurement - or does it? (This episode is a co-production with the podcast 99% Invisible).
Rational people test their superstitions.
Melbourne, 1989. Two teenagers hack Australia's recently established internet connection, and infiltrate some of the world’s most secure computer networks.
As teenagers, the rock star and the podcast producer share an important discovery. This is a BONUS mini-episode! Listen to 2.0 The Infinite God first..
A musician gives up the rock n' roll dream for number theory, and a glimpse of the infinite.
A school of fish help the Australian netball team win a gold medal.
These people count in twelves not tens.
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