12 episodes

Welcome to the Festival of the Spoken Nerd: Extra Time for Questions Podcast. Festival of the Spoken Nerd is a celebration of science, comedy, music, maths and unashamed geekiness. It's a variety show for the fearlessly inquisitive: artists, scientists, comedy fans, and anyone in between. It's hosted by three of London's best (and nerdiest) performers, who have all appeared as guests on BBC television and radio - musical comedian and physics graduate Helen Arney, stand-up mathematician and Famelab finalist Matt Parker and guerrilla scientist and stand-up comedian Steve Mould. Written and devised by Helen Arney, Steve Mould and Matt Parker. Produced by Elizabeth Hauke and Ed Prosser.

Festival of the Spoken Nerd: Extra Time For Questions Podcast Helen Arney, Steve Mould, Matt Parker, Elizabeth Hauke and Ed Prosser

    • Natural Sciences
    • 4.8, 12 Ratings

Welcome to the Festival of the Spoken Nerd: Extra Time for Questions Podcast. Festival of the Spoken Nerd is a celebration of science, comedy, music, maths and unashamed geekiness. It's a variety show for the fearlessly inquisitive: artists, scientists, comedy fans, and anyone in between. It's hosted by three of London's best (and nerdiest) performers, who have all appeared as guests on BBC television and radio - musical comedian and physics graduate Helen Arney, stand-up mathematician and Famelab finalist Matt Parker and guerrilla scientist and stand-up comedian Steve Mould. Written and devised by Helen Arney, Steve Mould and Matt Parker. Produced by Elizabeth Hauke and Ed Prosser.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Reflectivemaths ,

Simply brilliant

A great podcast with just the right balance of humour and science/Maths.
Hope I get to go to a live show one day!

Rhiannon1809 ,

Love it. :)

It gives me so much inspiration to go and find out more things and that really helps me with my chemistry alevel. :)
It's definitly worth having a listen to, very engaging and imformative. :)

evilmanic ,

Just as good as the live show!

Excellent show and a great way to catch up with what went on if you are unlucky enough to not get tickets for their sold out shows! (Like me in November :( )

It's pitched at just the right level of clever for you to go away thinking about was said - I wish it was weekly!

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