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Bang Goes The Theory 6: Episode 5

Updated Thursday, 8th January 2015

This week the Bang team reveals how our lives are affected by the wireless signals that surround us

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Twenty-six years after his first report on the issue, Howard Stableford brings us up to date on the health risks of wireless signals; Jem explores the possibility of electricity without wires, and Liz reports on how mobile phone signals could protect us from illness and injury.

Bang Goes The Theory can be seen on BBC One (England and Scotland) and BBC Two (Northern Ireland and Wales) on Monday 16 April at 7.30pm. Full schedule and iPlayer links are on Read more about the current series.

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