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OU on the BBC: Bang Goes The Theory 2

Updated Monday, 10th May 2010

With challenges galore, Bang Goes The Theory - the show that takes an unexpected look at science - returns for a second series.

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From attempts to break the land-speed record in a go-kart to asking questions such as "What do we do when the oil runs out?", Bang goes where other science shows fear to tread.

Go behind the scenes of a real-life CSI, watch Jem become a crash test dummy, discover how to make fire out of thin air and find out you can really power a car using coffee beans.

Whether the experiments work or not, Bang goes the theory!

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Introducing co-presenter Jem Stansfield





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