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28 March 2012


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I came upon this broadcast, purely by chance, last week and was entranced.

I share your experience and views on maths teaching. I listen to my husband explaining complex maths in such an understandable and exciting way and realise that we had terrible maths teachers.

I had a sneaking suspicion that it might be your sort of music, M.

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