Full Frontal Nerdity Download Gift Pack
If you're a fan of High Definition downloads AND physical items, this is product for you. We'll post you a luxury 20-page booklet full of bonus nerdity (this is a special edition of the booklet that comes with the DVD) and a download code for the show in glorious HD.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you've bought the Download Gift Pack, or received it as a gift, and now want to download the show, go here to redeem your code.
Price: £3π pence (π to 3 sig figs)
What's in the download?
How do I play the download?
Your download pack will be posted out to you. Inside is a code, and instructions on how to redeem it for a download of the show and all the extras.
Please note that you won't get an immediate download when you buy this gift pack - you need to wait for it to arrive in the post. If you want a instant download instead, with no physical items, you can get one here.
All downloads are .mp4 format, which will most likely play just fine on your default video player, such as VLC, iTunes, MPlayerX, Quicktime or Windows Media Player.
The files arrive as a single zip. Here's how to open a zip file.
How do I access the bonus subtitles and audio?
Some media players are better than others at handling multiple subtitle and audio tracks. For example, iTunes seems to work fine, but in QuickTime the alternative audio tracks cannot be selected.
If you have problems accessing the bonus features on your default player, we recommend downloading free video player VLC for Windows or Mac (www.videolan.org). It definitely plays the files in our download and all the bonus features.
With VLC, you can also use the "Add Subtitle File" feature to play the extra subtitle files available on our website.
**** “The nerd show to end all nerd shows” (The List)
“Charm and perky curiosity is in its DNA” (Guardian)
**** "Great, funny, clever… even the heckles at this terrific show are smart" (The Scotsman)
“Wonderfully witty” (Chortle)
**** “The geeks have inherited the earth in a show that's smart and funny” (The Skinny)
“Physics porn for the sci-curious” (Fest)