Timandra Harkness

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NationalityBritish
Alma mater
  • Bulmershe College
  • Open University
Occupation
  • Writer
  • presenter
  • comedian
Years active2001–present
Notable work
  • Big Data: Does Size Matter
Websitetimandraharkness.com

Timandra Harkness is a British writer, presenter and comedian[1].

Education

Timandra has a BA in Film and Drama with Art from Bulmershe College and a BSc in Mathematics & Statistics from the Open University.

Publications

In 1997, Timandra won a column-writing competition, organised by The Independent newspaper.

  • Big Data: Does Size Matter (2016)[2]

Radio

  • No Future In Eternity (2001)[3]
  • Data, Data, Everywhere (2014)[4]
  • Personality Politics (2014)[5]
  • FutureProofing (2014-present)[6]
  • Hindsight Bias (2015)[7]
  • Perfect People (2015)[8]
  • Supersense Me (2017)[9]
  • The Why Factor: Are You A Numbers Person? (2017)[10]
  • How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments (2018)[11][12]
  • The Infinite Monkey Cage: Big Data (2018) [13]
  • Divided Nation (2019)[14]
  • What Has Sat-Nav Done to Our Brains? (2019) [15]
  • Five Knots (2020)[16]

Comedy

  • The Comedy Research Project (2004)[17]
  • Your Days Are Numbered - The Maths of Death (2012)[18]
  • Brainsex (2013)[19]
  • Take A Risk (2019)[20]

References

  1. Santos, Patricia (2019). "Science, communication and women in networks" (PDF). Women in Science. No. 1. British Council. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  2. Stoye, Emma (2014-10-24), "Big data: does size matter?", Chemistry World, Royal Society of Chemistry, retrieved 2020-11-09
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  4. Data, Data, Everywhere (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2014.
  5. Personality Politics (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2014.
  6. FutureProofing (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2014.
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  9. Supersense Me (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2017.
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  11. How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2018.
  12. How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments (Audio book). BBC Digital Audio. 2018.
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  16. Five Knots (Radio broadcast). BBC Radio 4. 2020.
  17. Day, Elizabeth (2004-06-13). "Scientists are serious about having a laugh". Retrieved 2020-11-09.
  18. Moorhead, Rosy (2012-02-10). "Timandra Harkness on her new comedy show Your Days are Numbered: The Maths of Death". Retrieved 2020-11-09.
  19. Ranscombe, Peter (2013), "BrainSex" (PDF), The Lancet (Nov), doi:10.1016/S1474-4422(13)70219-9, retrieved 2020-11-09
  20. Timandra Harkness (2019). "Take A Risk" (Podcast).

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