Posted on Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 at 3:29 pm.
We’re not joking… Just For Graphs is out this week and we’ve mixed it up by offering the show on both playable and (virtually) unplayable formats.
This is the show we toured to 15,000 nerds (and non-nerds) and comes complete with space songs, fiery fun and a retro fax-machine solo.
Get your copy now before DVDs start to go out of fashion too!
Posted on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 at 11:36 am.
Our new Festival of the Spoken Nerd tour is on sale, with tickets racing out the door from Exeter to Durham, Norwich to Southampton, Lancaster to Cambridge. Plus one final night at the Duchess Theatre on London’s sparkling West End.
Don’t miss your chance to see our all-new show, featuring radioactive bananas, gravitational waves, inter-dimensional high-fives and a whole heap of Pi.
Tickets are available from the Spoken Nerd website.
Posted on Monday, April 3rd, 2017 at 11:07 am.
It’s finally here! The radio series I wrote with my sister,
Dr Kat Arney, about whether the Victorians were really that ingenious, is out on BBC Radio 4 all this week. Collect all five episodes, from Squirrels and Cars to Beards, Darwinism and Water Flushing Toilets.
Links to hear each episode live – and listen again for 28 days after – are
in my latest newsletter.
Along with details about our new
Festival of the Spoken Nerd DVD recording at The Albany Theatre in Deptford – Just For Graphs – on 6th and 8th May.
Buy tickets for the recordings – and pre-order the DVD and download – now!
CREDIT: Kitty Walker
Posted on Saturday, December 10th, 2016 at 12:24 pm.
It’s been a busy few months… too busy to update this page, so here’s a link to my latest newsletter.
Highlights include our BBC Two debut as Festival of the Spoken Nerd, in the
new series of QI – bringing three electrifying experiments to try out on the panel.
ten-night run at the Soho Theatre starts in just under a month and runs from 11th to 21st January, with the best of Festival of the Spoken Nerd’s last two tours. Plus a very special concert for families that I’m hosting for the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
And online I’ve
re-recorded Tom Lehrer’s “Elements” with the 16 elements he didn’t know about when he wrote the song in 1959. They even rhyme!
Read it all here.
Posted on Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 at 1:42 pm.
Here’s me in a recent issue of Time Out London, solving problems for my fellow capital city-dwellers using a dash of science.
You can hear more problems being solved by me, Matt and Steve in “Domestic Science”, our new Radio 4 comedy show! Broadcasts start next Wednesday 20th July and all the details are
Tune in live at 11.15pm or listen & download afterwards. It’s a treat for your ears, and you might (possibly) learn something too.