Rhianna Dhillon reviews Kathy Burke’s new TV show ‘All Woman’, the Seth Rogen comedy ‘Good Boys’ and Netflix docudrama ‘The Family’.
In the Maths of Life, Dr. Hannah Fry explains how you can make two ends of a tunnel meet in the middle, and exactly what would happen if you drilled through the centre of the earth.
This Week’s Watchlist and The Maths of Life
On the podcast this week, Rhianna Dhillon reviews Channel 4 comedy This Way Up, new Tarantino film Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, and the new series of female wrestling drama, Glow on Netflix.
In the Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott looks into why things make us laugh, and explains the reasons science simply doesn’t yet have an answer for why a dolphin would play with a jellyfish.
We also have more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
David and Stephen Dewaele of Soulwax, chat about their Despacio soundsystem at the Nile Rodgers curated Meltdown Festival.
Rhianna Dhillon reviews new film Animals, which looks into the complexity of the female friendship, BBC series Fosse / Verdon and the latest Netflix thriller, The Red Sea Diving Resort.
In the Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott goes deep into the science of dogs and language, and we have more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
Chrissie Hynde chats to Mark Radcliffe about her new album ‘Valve Bone Woe’.
Plus Rhianna Dhillon reviews channel 4’s Female Led Anthology series 'I Am… Nicola, Kirsty, Hannah', the new Horrible Histories movie and 'Typewriter' on Netflix. Finally, Dr Hannah Fry explains weather forecasting and the story of mathematician Ramanujan, who inspired 'Good Will Hunting'.
DJ Shadow and The Maths Of Life
DJ Shadow chats to Nemone about his new collaboration with De La Soul and his new album. Plus Dr Hannah Fry explains the algorithms that decide what we like and why some singers are more successful than others.