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A really good explanation of what a black hole may look like, and why it will looks like that.
Good visual explanation.

 

momo3HC

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"Dracula Untold" for the N-th time but it`s good. 🧛‍♀️
 

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Another Richard Herring podcast from RHLSTP (RHLSTP!)..
Jess Thom has Tourettes, and the first few minutes seem uncomfortable, but then you zone it out, and she is a fascinating guest.
She has better emergency questions than Richard.
Jess (that Alan Davies has let himself go) Thom:

 

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Freeman Dyson! Its a collection of very short clips (157 in total).
Absolutely engrossing chat by a brilliant mind, his life, work, and experiences amongst some of the greatest scientific minds of the latter part of the 20th century. (Feynman, Fermi, etc)

 

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I have been on a serious binge of TV show for the last 2-3 weeks.

- Billions
- Gotham
- The Blacklist

Been told today that Chernobyl is very good, but funnily enough I read 2 weeks ago (when fuming at how crap the final season of GoT was), that Chernobyl was hard to follow due to the way it was written/produced/shot....?

I'm not over the hurt of being rogered with that last season of GoT yet, so I will put Chernobyl on the back burner for now.
 

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The Thick of It is now available on Iplayer!
When I saw Peter Capaldi as Doctor Who, I couldn't get out of my head how different Dr Who would be if he played it as Malcolm Tucker! :)
Absolutely cracking writing and performances in this political satire.

 

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Sunday morning. YT suggests this fantastic program. Still as brilliant today as it was all those years ago.
The Prisoner ....

 

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Lindybeige! Love his style of education. He comes across as genuinely passionate about his subject of historical warfare.
He seems to have a bullet-point list of things to discuss, and he is natural, makes mistakes, digresses, etc.
All his podcasts seem to be in one-take.
Highlights of this podcast of the Battle of the Atlantic include his derision at the Cumberbatch film "The Imitation Game" which he describes as "five men arguing in a shed".
Loved his last 3 minutes describing Hitler as a strategic genius! :)

 

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