Bang Goes The Theory: Series 6, Episode 4
This week Bang has its head in the crowds: how can we...
This week Bang has its head in the crowds: how can we measure and control them, and how do the individuals interact with each other?
- Duration: 5 mins
- Published on: Thursday 29th March 2012
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- Posted under: What's On
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Dallas finds out how crowds can co-operate subconsciously, Liz sees how architects control the flow of crowds, and Jem meets scientists trying to understand how crush injuries can occur. Plus, 80s number cruncher Johnny Ball demonstrates just how biologists measure population size.
Bang Goes The Theory can be seen on BBC One (England and Scotland) and BBC Two (Northern Ireland and Wales) on Monday 2 April at 7.30pm. Full schedule and iPlayer links are on bbc.co.uk. Read more about the current series.
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Originally published: Thursday, 29th March 2012
Last updated on: Friday, 30th March 2012
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