LOL! This explains my previous problems getting to Nottingham!
I've just come across this comedy series which I found v. good. - Some familiar faces in it too (if you like comedy like 'Peepshow', 'Spaced', 'Shaun of the Dean' etc.). Based on the format of the old 'Open University' television educational programmes, I thought this one on 'Maths' was pretty good. Plenty others to choose from on You tube (Mr Patel Synthesizer is also great).
Look Around You - Maths.
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Last edited by ravells; 07-11-2010 at 12:19 PM.
LOL, What the....?
I loved the "stun" setting on the calculator though, that was awesome.
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he he... great fun... had seen some of those some time ago - but not these ones ..
reminds me also of another bbc show - unfortunatly I can't remember the name... but it was shot like a documentory, the journalist visiting a school ... but when you listened to what they were saying, the conversation was sooo weird... it sounded almost right, but there were strange sentences in there... super fun
I think I had one of those math problems in High school!
As a serious maths nerd AND a mathematics teacher... THAT IS HILARIOUS... but I could never show it to students because they'd not quite realise it wasn't serious and wouldn't get the British humour.
@Tilt: You should look for one I think called Animal Business or something similar. It takes a number of "current issues" and interviews claymation animals about them. SERIOUSLY hilarious but is VERY British... so if you don't like/get British Comedy it will just fly right past.
yep.. seen some of those, hilarious.. and I love brittish humor (most danes do). Best of all Blackadder... and 'allo 'allo ... smack the pony... and that show with the 6 single people ... and Red Dwarf.. can't forget that one... and ... *lol*