Our Numberphile Live show at Cheltenham Science Festival was not filmed (that defeats the special-ness of it being Numberphile Live). James Grime spoke about Enigma. Steve Mould spoke about solids of constant width. Matt Parker spoke about pies. Katie Steckles spoke about Rubik's Cubes. And all four generally heckled each other throughout. At the end, before a Q&A session, Katie, Matt and Steve raced to solve a Rubik's Cube (Steve was allowed to use a 2x2 cube). As they "raced", James distracted them with math questions from his Little Professor.
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