The Russian-born, US-educated and London-living comedian, a computer scientist in her pre-comedy professional life, will explore our modern lives and the part computers play in them.
Her follow-up, 2019's Olga Koch: If/Then, in which she explored her first love, computer science, and "what happens when we can't separate emotion and technology", completed a national tour earlier in 2020 and was nominated for the Best Show award at Leicester Comedy Festival. Koch created fully functioning artificial intelligence software, Algo, for the show.
The BBC says: "Comedian and computer scientist Olga Koch will use storytelling, stand-up, and interviews to take the listeners on a fascinating journey around our ever-changing world with the help of her A.I. assistant, Algo."
Executive producer Victoria Lloyd says: "We're delighted to be working with Olga again. Her Radio 4 special Fight was brilliantly funny, and this series will delve even deeper inside her strange and wonderful comic mind."
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