Turing and von Neumann |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 19 April 2016 |

Hardy, Littlewood and Ramanujan |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 15 March 2016 |

Gauss and Germain |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 16 February 2016 |

Babbage and Lovelace |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 19 January 2016 |

Hamilton, Boole and their Algebras |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 17 November 2015 |

Einstein's Annus Mirabilis, 1905 |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 20 October 2015 |

Cantor's Infinities |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 17 March 2015 |

Möbius and his Band |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 17 February 2015 |

Fourier's Series |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 20 January 2015 |

Euler's Exponentials |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 18 November 2014 |

Newton's Laws |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 21 October 2014 |

Fermat's Theorems |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 16 September 2014 |

Isaac Newton: Mathematical Giant - Professor Raymond Flood |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Professor Raymond Flood's Favourite Gresham Lectures |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Cantor and the Infinite - Professor Raymond Flood |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

The Greatest Mathematicians: Isaac Newton - Professor Raymond Flood |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

The Most Beautiful Formula in Mathematics |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Get to Know Professor Raymond Flood |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Professor Raymond Flood's Favourite Gresham Professor of Geometry |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Mobius, his Band and the Shape of the Universe - Professor Raymond Flood |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Thursday 11 September 2014 |

Modelling the Spread of Infectious Diseases |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 18 March 2014 |

Probability and its Limits |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 18 February 2014 |

Surfaces and Topology |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 21 January 2014 |

Symmetries and Groups |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 19 November 2013 |

Public Key Cryptography: Secrecy in Public |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 22 October 2013 |

Butterflies, Chaos and Fractals |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 17 September 2013 |

Modelling the World |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 19 March 2013 |

Are Averages Typical? |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 19 February 2013 |

The Queen of Mathematics |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 22 January 2013 |

From One to Many Geometries |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 11 December 2012 |

Polynomials and their Roots |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 6 November 2012 |

Ghosts of Departed Quantities: Calculus and its Limits |
Professor Raymond Flood |
Tuesday 25 September 2012 |

Final Score |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 24 April 2012 |

On the Waterfront |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 27 March 2012 |

Let’s Twist Again: Throwing, Jumping, and Spinning |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 21 February 2012 |

Citius, Altius, Fortius: Records, Medals and Drug Taking |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 17 January 2012 |

David and Goliath: Strength and Power in Sport |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 13 December 2011 |

How Fast Can Usain Bolt Run? |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 15 November 2011 |

Doing Business in Interstellar Space |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 1 March 2011 |

Benford’s Very Strange Law |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 1 February 2011 |

The Uses of Irrationality: Paper Sizes and the Golden Ratio |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 11 January 2011 |

The Bounce of the Superball |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 7 December 2010 |

Continued Fractions |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 16 November 2010 |

Maths with Pictures |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 5 October 2010 |

Maths and Sport |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 9 March 2010 |

Trains and Boats and Planes |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 9 February 2010 |

Codebreaking in Everyday Life |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 12 January 2010 |

The Maths of Sorting Things Out |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 24 November 2009 |

Brilliant-cut diamonds and other tricks of the light |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 27 October 2009 |

A Sense of Balance |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 6 October 2009 |

How to be a Winner: The maths of race fixing and money laundering |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 3 March 2009 |

Some Interesting Curves |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Thursday 29 January 2009 |

The maths of pylon, art galleries and prisons under the spotlight |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Monday 12 January 2009 |

Harmonic things |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Thursday 11 December 2008 |

The importance of being peripheral |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Tuesday 25 November 2008 |

Not just about numbers |
Professor John D Barrow FRS |
Thursday 9 October 2008 |

400 years of geometry at Gresham College |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 14 May 2008 |

From Hilbert's problems to the future |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 27 February 2008 |

A Millennium of Mathematical Puzzles |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 6 February 2008 |

Squaring the circle and other impossibilities |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 16 January 2008 |

4000 years of numbers |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 7 November 2007 |

4000 Years of Algebra |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 17 October 2007 |

4000 Years of Geometry |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 3 October 2007 |

Euler - 300th anniversary lecture |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 9 May 2007 |

The story of e |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 28 February 2007 |

The story of i |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 7 February 2007 |

The Story of Pi |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 17 January 2007 |

Mathematics in the 20th century: Chaos, codes and colouring |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 15 November 2006 |

Mathematics in the modern age - The 19th century: Revolution or evolution? |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 25 October 2006 |

Mathematics in the modern age - The 18th century: Crossing bridges |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 4 October 2006 |

YEA, WHY TRY HER RAW WET HAT? |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Tuesday 2 May 2006 |

Problems with schoolgirls |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 22 February 2006 |

How to grow trees |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 1 February 2006 |

Wallpaper Patterns and Buckyballs |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 18 January 2006 |

Who invented the calculus? - and other 17th century topics |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 16 November 2005 |

Who invented the equals sign? |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 26 October 2005 |

Who invented algebra? |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 5 October 2005 |

How hard is a hard problem? |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 9 March 2005 |

Prime-time mathematics |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 2 February 2005 |

Much ado about zero |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 17 November 2004 |

Here’s looking at Euclid |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 27 October 2004 |

Keep taking the tablets |
Professor Robin Wilson |
Wednesday 6 October 2004 |

Better programming |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 13 May 2004 |

Computer Circles |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 26 February 2004 |

Plugging Computers In |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 27 November 2003 |

Magic Pictures |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 30 October 2003 |

Unplugging computers |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 9 October 2003 |

Design by Symmetry |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 27 March 2003 |

Designing Anything: From Lego to Maths |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 13 March 2003 |

Designing for humans |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 13 February 2003 |

Designing Mobile Phones |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 28 November 2002 |

Designing Microwave Cookers |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 24 October 2002 |

The Computer Science of Everyday Things |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Tuesday 15 October 2002 |

Designing gadgets |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 26 September 2002 |

Computer Viruses |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 21 March 2002 |

Modern Crytography |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 28 February 2002 |

Conventional Cryptography |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 21 February 2002 |

Future Computers |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 24 January 2002 |

From Henry Briggs to Modern Calculators |
Professor Harold Thimbleby |
Thursday 29 November 2001 |

Queen Dido’s Hide |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Tuesday 10 March 1998 |

Why Have Sex? |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 11 February 1998 |

The Geometry of Evolution |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Tuesday 20 January 1998 |

Beyond the Four Colour Theorem |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 19 November 1997 |

Travels with my Ant |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 29 October 1997 |

Hearing the Shape of a Drum |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 15 October 1997 |

Chippendale’s Lost Geometry |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 21 May 1997 |

Turing's Tiger |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 9 April 1997 |

Four Centuries of Logarithms |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Monday 27 January 1997 |

Chaos and the Quantum |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 4 December 1996 |

Games, Graphs and Gaskets |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 9 October 1996 |

The Practical Fractal |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 2 October 1996 |

From Footballs to Fullerenes |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Tuesday 14 May 1996 |

Fibonacci’s Fractional Flowers: Mathematics Patterns in Seeds and Petals |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Thursday 14 March 1996 |

Furiously Flashing Fireflies: Synchronised Signalling in the Mating Game |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 7 February 1996 |

Fermat’s Final Fling: Last Days of the Last Theorem |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Monday 4 December 1995 |

Factorials, Fortunes and Fallacies |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 25 October 1995 |

Faggot’s Fretful Fiasco: The Unsung Geometry of Musical Scales |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 4 October 1995 |

Fuzzy Logic |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Thursday 16 March 1995 |

The Riddle of the Vanishing Camel: From Puzzles to Number Theory |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Wednesday 15 February 1995 |

The Pattern of Tiny Feet: The Mathematics of Animal Movement |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Thursday 24 November 1994 |

Marilyn and the Goats: Probability Paradoxes |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Thursday 3 November 1994 |

The Geometry of Time Travel |
Professor Ian Stewart FRS |
Thursday 20 October 1994 |

Mathematics Applied to Dressmaking |
Sir Christopher Zeeman |
Tuesday 9 March 1993 |

Introduction to Catastrophe Theory and its Application to Physics and Sociology |
Sir Christopher Zeeman |
Monday 24 April 1989 |

Gyroscopes and Boomerangs |
Sir Christopher Zeeman |
Monday 21 November 1988 |

Pictorial Representation: The Twentieth Century |
Professor Clive Kilmister |
Tuesday 17 March 1987 |

Pictorial Representation: Nomography |
Professor Clive Kilmister |
Wednesday 4 March 1987 |

Pictorial Representation: The Slide Rule |
Professor Clive Kilmister |
Tuesday 24 February 1987 |

Why Geometry? |
Professor Clive Kilmister |
Wednesday 3 December 1986 |