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Three Things On Thursday #26

In this week's Three Things on Thursday: how the inventor of Mario designs video games, how the filmmaker behind Toy Story and Wall-E tells stories, and how a conductor plays an orchestra....

Three Things on Thursday #25

This week, our things include: Cracking the uncrackable code of Jim Sanborn's Kryptos sculpture, how Morse Code can make devices more accessible (including your phone!), and decoding the Enigma machine with Simon Singh....

Three Things on Thursday #24

How Harry Potter was translated into more than 60 languages, Marnie Chesterton delves into the sci-fi cupboard and dusts off some imaginary gadgets for the BBC's CrowdScience podcast, and The Atlantic celebrates the Whale for Herman Melville's 200th birthday....

Three Things on Thursday #23

This week, our things include: Connecting communities in Iraq and the USA through art, one Kano engineer = 13.5 Batman, and the gunslinging greatness of Mad Dog McCree....

Three Things on Thursday #22

This week, our things include: Vintage VFX from the original Star Wars Trilogy, a hammer to help fish get even with humans, and the story behind control-alt-delete....

Three Things on Thursday #21

Why your smart toaster couldn't have got Apollo 11 to the moon, David Braben talks about creating worlds with algorithms at Ted, and the 21st century quest for the perfect space suit....

Three Things on Thursday #20

Following the lives of aircraft from factory to boneyard from above, exploring time travel in fiction, and making automated pixel art with Skittles....

Three Things on Thursday #19

The Statue of Liberty on your desktop, the biggest fireworks displays you've ever seen, and whether us Brits are to blame for the crack in the Liberty Bell!...

Three Things on Thursday #18

The transformative power of classical music, an audio series that tells stories of the Moon and the people who explore it, and recreating Mars in the Gobi Desert....