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Tell Me Why: There are so many knots and who invented them? How did we know they would be so useful?

Dr. Graham Finlay, from the School of Politics and International Relations at University College ...

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15.42 9 Mar 2021


Tell Me Why: There are so many knots and who invented them? How did we know they would be so useful?


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15.42 9 Mar 2021


Dr. Graham Finlay, from the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin, joins Sean Moncrieff, to answer this weeks question, Why are there so many knots and who invented them? How did we know they would be so useful? 

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