Kat Arney is an award-winning science writer, broadcaster and author. She co-presented the Naked Scientists BBC Radio show for fifteen years and now presents and produces the monthly Naked Genetics podcast, in association with the Genetics Society. She has fronted several BBC Radio 4 science documentaries, and wrote and presented the comedy factual Radio 4 series Did the Victorians Ruin the World? with her sister, science comedian Helen Arney. As a writer, her work has featured in the Daily Mail, the Times Educational Supplement, BBC Focus Magazine, Wired, Little Atoms, BBC Online, Guardian Online, Mosaic, the New Scientist and more. Kat has written two books about genetics for the public - Herding Hemingway’s Cats: Understanding how our genes work (Bloomsbury Sigma, 2016) and How to Code a Human (Andre Deutsch, 2017).