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Turing Media Feast, Part I: Radiolab Goes Turing

“A Great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Days to Centenary: 85 Just before we move on: The Turing Tenner Prize has yet to be claimed! See the previous post for details.  The deadline … Continue reading

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Podcasting Alan Turing, Review 3: Groks Science Show, “Alan Turing”

Days to Centenary: 252 This is the third in a series of reviews of English-language podcasts that relate to Alan Turing (all of which are available for free through iTunes). With any luck I will review them all before the … Continue reading

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Podcasting Alan Turing, Review #2: Travels in a Mathematical World’s “History With Noel-Ann Bradshaw”

Days to Centenary: 257 This is the second in a series of reviews of English-language podcasts that relate to Alan Turing  (all of which are available for free through iTunes). It’s still my intention to review all such podcasts on … Continue reading

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Podcasting Alan Turing, Review #1: TechStuff’s “Spotlight On Alan Turing”

Days to Centenary: 263 This is the first in a series of reviews of podcasts available for free through iTunes that relate to Alan Turing. It’s my intention to review all such podcasts on this site before the centenary arrives. … Continue reading

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