Back in the summer when our students had to learn at home, we introduced an idea to stimulate their imagination – films and TV programmes from all across the curriculum, introducing new ideas, plays, adaptations of books, documentaries and discussions.
We know that many students found the suggestions helpful and interesting, so… we’ve brought Radflicks back! Each week a different faculty will publish a new collection of content, especially for students having to self-isolate and work from home, but of course interesting for everybody.
Our latest contribution is from the Maths faculty and includes a feature film based on a wartime true story, the story of speedcubing and two programmes from celebrity mathematician Hannah Fry . We hope you enjoy their suggestions, and maybe inspire you to find more interesting stories too.
The Code; a mathematical treasure hunt – available via Netflix
The Speed Cubers – available via Netflix
Hannah Fry’s Magic Numbers – available on YouTube
The Imitation Game – available via Netflix
The Joy of Data – available on YouTube
Math Curse – available via Amazon Prime