Pop data science – tv programme

The Secret Science of Pop. 2017.AMLGDO5

BBC4  (writer / presenter)

Director: Thomas Hewitson

1 x 60

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Is it a hit you’re looking for?

Weekend Financial Times. Openings. 25.11.15

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Pop music revolutions

popMauch M, MacCullum RM, Levy M, Leroi AM. 2015. The evolution of popular music: USA 1960–2010  R. Soc. open sci. 2: 150081.

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One Republic of Learning

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New York Times, Op Ed, 13.02.2015–extended version. 

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DarwinTunes – radio programme

DarwinTunes. 2012.

BBC Radio 4 (writer / presenter)

Producer: Ania Lichtarowicz

1 x 30

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Darwinian evolution of music

MacCallum RM, Mauch M, Burt A, Leroi, AM. 2012. Evolution of music by public choice, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 109:12081–12086

 

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Neo-cantometrics

Leroi AM,  Swire J. 2007. The Recovery of the Past. World of Music 48 101-118

 

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Neo-cantometrics: a talk with John Brockman

Edge: the song of songs

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The first songs

Leroi AM. 2005. Searching for the Song of Songs. Sunday Times, London. 24.12.0

Edge at the Serpentine Gallery

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Review of W.G. Runciman + the Zahavi’s books

Leroi AM. 1998. Sing, prance, ruffle, bellow, bristle and ooze. Review of The Handicap Principle by A. Zahavi and A. Zahavi and The Social Animal by W.G. Runciman. London Review of Books 17.09.98

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Review of Jared Diamond’s book

Leroi AM. 1997. Why rhino-mounted Bantu never sacked Rome.  Review of Guns, Germs and Steel by J. Diamond. London Review of Books 04.09.97

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