In the first of two episodes the Gang has recorded at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture on Bleeker St. in NYC. The Gang looks at the concept of the grid. What is it? How did it come to be? Their answers(or questions) might surprise you. With special Guest Host Lynne Marie Rosenberg and Guest Mathematician Nicholas Ruah.
Andrew conducts an interview with Architect Stephen Taylor.
The gang heads to the floor of the Museum of Mathematics to take on a serious question. What makes mathematics beautiful? Special Guest Mathematician Nick Rauh and returning favorite Nicole Spiezio discuss Pollack, Bach, and the uncanny symmetry pea babies. Plus a brand new radio play from resident playwright Jaclyn Backhaus
The Gang heads to the Rare Book Room at The Strand Bookstore in NYC for a very special literary episode entitled The Shape of Story. With special guest host Me'lissa Smith and two radio plays by Charly Evon Simpson
The Gang takes the live show to the Public Theater! Inspired by a quote from choreographer Liz Lerman we discuss how math moves. Fun word problems, a sing along, and a special radio play from Jaclyn Backhaus featuring guest actress Stephanie Hsu ensue.
People Reading Math! Andrew, Joe, and Dave get together to chat about books.
The Gang gets together at the People's Improv Theater in NYC to discuss a very important topic. Nothing. Dave challenges the audience to amazing Feats of Math! Andrew leads a meaningful discussion about whether something is also nothing. Practicing Buddhist Lynne Rosenberg leads us in a guided meditation. Joe explores the concept of zero music. And special guest nicHi Douglas performs a short radio monologue by Jaclyn entitled The Lovelorn Mathematician.
Courtney Ferrell is a math teacher at Bronx Theatre High School.
The gang continues their exploration of how people interact with math by exploring how people learn Math. Interviews with educators, teachers, and students bring to light the fascinating ways we do or don't learn about math
Liz Lerman is a choreographer, performer, writer, and speaker and recipient of the 2002 MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellowship.
PDM records LIVE at Ars Nova as part of ANT Fest to explore the question: Is math art? Listen as our very brave studio audience performs daring feats of math for shots of Four Roses. Andrew goes deep with the audience, Springer style, and the Gang performs a radio play by PDM's very own Jaclyn Bakhaus. With special guest, Nicole Spezzio
A long form interview between Andrew and Nick Scoville. Featured prominently in our first live show! Nicholas Scoville is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Ursinus College
The first episode of People Doing Math. The Gang hits the streets to talk to real people about Math. Plus a short play radio play about a bear who becomes and unqualified being and an afterhours talk about limits.
Andrew introduces People Doing Math