PMB S03E04 Shapes (Michael Cole/Michael Jessett, Sellorekt/LA Dreams, i am robot and proud, The Pierre Arvay Orchestra, Jez Butler, John Baker, [PHYSICS], Bernie Green & His Orchestra, Harmonic 33, Griff, Csum, Acts Travel, N99, Our Albert)

PMB S03E04 ShapesWe’ve neglected the world of geometry for far too long and so this week we thought it time we brought you the latest developments in shapes.

Most of the tracks on the show are about specific polygons and, because we like to order the world around us, the tracks about polygons are played with an increasing number of sides. We leave it to you, dear listener, to predict the upper limit to which we soar!

WARNING: An assertion in the first part of this show could bring the world of mathematics crashing to the ground.


Listen now:

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The Music

1. Words And Music by Michael Cole and Michael Jessett: Shapes from Fingerbobs Buy on Amazon
2. Sellorekt/LA Dreams: Scan Lines from Scan Lines Buy
3. i am robot and proud: Circles from Touch/Tone Buy on Amazon
4. The Pierre Arvay Orchestra: The Glass Triangle from Music While You Watch Buy on Amazon
5. Jez Butler: Square One from The Lighter Side Of Concrete Buy on Amazon
6. John Baker: Square Two from The John Baker Tapes Volume 1 Buy on Amazon
7. [PHYSICS]: Isosceles Trapezoid from Spectramorphic Iridescence Buy
8. Bernie Green & His Orchestra: Pentagon from Futura Buy on Amazon
9. Harmonic 33: The Shapeshifter from Music For Film, Television & Radio, Volume 1 Buy on Amazon
10. Griff: Theme From Hexagon from Interstate Buy
11. Csum: Heptagon 2 from Rotten Morgen Buy
12. Acts Travel: Octagon from Ephesus – Audio Walking Tour Buy on Amazon
13. N99: Nonagon from N:/1997/ Buy on Amazon
14. Our Albert: Hendecagon from 11xEleven Buy

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The Late News

Thing of the Week

For shape enthusiasts young and old, here is the Learning Resources Primary Shapes Template Set a colourful set of plastic templates which you can press into service should you find yourself needing to draw a small triangle.

















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