All of the video content made by and featuring Tom.

Fire and Ice: Burning Oil in the Polar Regions

Listening to Tornadoes to increase warning times and save lives

Fermat’s Last Theorem with Simon Singh

Maths Week England Puzzle Solution: How many people are in Ada’s class?

What is the impact of Christmas Jumpers on Climate Change?

How to catch a Serial Killer with Hannah Fry

How to Reduce Drag when Cycling

Why does shaking your head NOT remove water from your ear?

The Maths of Data with Hannah Fry

The Randomness of a Cup of Tea with Martin Hairer (2014 Fields Medal)

Stopping the spread of oil pollution using Maths

Alessio Figalli (2018 Fields Medal) explains Optimal Transport

Numberphile: Navier-Stokes Equations

Building Squid Robots for Ocean Exploration

The Heroes of Sir Michael Atiyah

Building bio-inspired vehicles to explore Mars

Simulating turbulence over canopies to improve air quality

How was the programming language Kotlin developed?

How do dandelions spread their seeds?

David Seifert – Oxford Maths Professor

Alessio Figalli (2018 Fields Medal) explains his career in Maths

Leo – 2nd year Oxford Maths student

Sir Michael Atiyah explains his love of Maths

How do citrus fruits create such a strong smell?

Dan – 3rd year Oxford Maths student

Levitating Objects on an Air Table

Using maths to clean-up our oceans

Brazil Nut Effect in Avalanches and Cereal

Alex Bellos Interviews Abel Prize Winner Robert Langlands

Martin Fourcade: the Science behind the Olympic Biathlon Skiing Champion

Nailing Science: The Maths of Rivers

Countdown Youngest Winner: Kai Laddiman

How to Make Water Music – Slap, Plunge, Plow!

Vortex Ring Collisions and Transition to Turbulence

Air Pollution Risk of Cooking Oil Droplets

How Plesiosaurs Ruled the Ocean using their Flippers

Alessio Figalli: 2018 Fields Medal Winner

2018 Abel Prize Laureate Robert Langlands: Theorems v Theories

Why do Bees Build Hexagons? Honeycomb Conjecture explained by Thomas Hales

Would Alien (Non-Euclidean) Geometry Break Our Brains?

Sir Michael Atiyah Riemann Hypothesis Proof Interview

Sir Michael Atiyah Riemann Hypothesis Proof

2018 Abel Laureate Robert Langlands

Oxplore: Could we live on another planet?

How can you show geometrically that 3 < π < 4?

Equations Stripped: Normal Distribution

Oxplore: Would it be better if we all spoke the same language?

What is the graph of x to the power x?

Equations Stripped: Logarithms

How many ping pong balls would it take to lift the Titanic from the ocean floor?

Equations Stripped: Newton’s Law of Gravity

Equations Stripped: Wave Equation

How does Modular Arithmetic work?

Equations Stripped: Maxwell’s Equations

What are the most basic Mathematical Axioms?

Equations Stripped: Calculus from First Principles

What is the best way to win at the board game Monopoly?

BBC News: Maryam Mirzakhani’s Legacy

Equations Stripped: Euler’s Identity

What is the gravitational field of a hollow Earth?

Equations Stripped: Navier-Stokes

How long would it take for an object to sink to the bottom of the ocean?

What is the probability that I have the same PIN as someone else?