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Helen Arney

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Occupation  Physicist
Website  helenarney.com
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Albums  Songs for Modern Loving
Similar  Steve Mould, Matt Parker, Kat Arney, Professor Elemental, Tom Wrigglesworth
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Helen Arney is a British physicist, presenter, stand-up comedian and musician. She has toured with the Uncaged Monkeys alongside comedian Robin Ince and Professor Brian Cox.

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Described as a "geek songstress" by the Edinburgh Reporter, Arney plays the ukulele as one third of the Festival of the Spoken Nerd, accompanied by stand-up mathematician Matt Parker and television scientist Steve Mould. She and Parker are also commentators on nearly every episode of You Have Been Warned (Outrageous Acts of Science).

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After performing songs which she felt were "just quirky and different" at a science show organised by Robin Ince, she realised that she could "add science and music together in a meaningful way".

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Appearances

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At the 2012 Boring Conference, Arney gave a presentation entitled “Features and Specifications of the Yamaha PSR-175 Portable Keyboard (Discontinued).”

Arney presented a section of an episode of the BBC's natural history series Coast in 2015.

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Arney was guest presenter on Episode 97 of No Such Thing as a Fish where she explained the fact that Tomorrow will be the longest day of your life.

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In January 2017 Arney appeared on BBC Radio 4's Museum of Curiosity. Her hypothetical donation to this imaginary museum was a set of samples of the four most recently discovered chemical elements: Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine, and Oganesson.

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In 2013, Arney wrote a piece in the Financial Times entitled "You've got to laugh", in which she promotes the power of comedy in communicating scientific principles.

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Songs

Statistically I Love YouSongs for Modern Loving · 2010
You & Me & Walt DisneyVoice of an Angle · 2011
Indecent ProposalSongs for Modern Loving · 2010

References

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