Should the DPP consider his position now the Twitter Joke Trial is over? How can maths be used to show that those badminton players were deliberately playing badly? And does all modern music sound the same, or are we all just getting old?
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Twitter Joke Trial and the DPP (2:54) by Matt Flaherty
Badminton or Goodminton (14:24) by Dan McNeil
Pop Goes Bland? (23:14) by Dan Stowell and Matthias Mauch
More from Winchester Science Festival (32:18) by Liz Lutgendorff and Sean Ellis
Twitter Joke Trial Updates (53:40) by James O’Malley (ft Paul Chambers, David Allen Green, Al Murray and Louise Mensch MP and John Cooper QC)
Pop Music Piece Links:
- Anatomy of the UK Charts. Part 1 – Percussiveness and the Disco Diva
- Anatomy of the UK Charts. Part 2 – Clash of Attitudes
- Anatomy of the UK Charts. Part 3 – The Curse of the Drum Machine
- Anatomy of the UK Charts. Part 4 – Survival of the Flattest
- The Loudness War Analyzed
- Emotional Cues in American Popular Music: Five Decades of the Top 40
- The DarwinTunes project and the PNAS paper about it
- Evolution of Music by Public Choice
- Matthias Mauch’s personal site
- Dan Stowell’s personal site
- The Centre for Digital Music