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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

New mathematics documentary

The OU produced another mathematics series.

The Code is a three-part TV series about maths in the natural world, presented by Marcus du Sautoy. Why do bees make hexagonal honeycomb? Where's the best place to stand to get on a train first? How can dozens of wrong answers make a correct one? Join Marcus on an exciting journey to discover how maths shapes the world around us.

Starts on Wednesday 27th July, 9pm on BBC Two. - One day after copies will be all over the internet if you are in a place where you can't receive BBC Two.


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