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OU on the BBC: Bang Goes The Theory 6

Updated Tuesday, 15th April 2014

Bang reaches its sixth series—catch up on all the episodes and related OpenLearn content here

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In the 6th series of Bang the team investigates some more weird and wonderful science questions, such as can we make fuel for free, is modern life damaging our ears, how safe are digital formats, how do architects control crowd flow, do we really need to drink 8 glasses of water a day, what is behind our special relationship with dogs?  - and much more.  Have a look at our episode-by-episode guide below.

We also have some follow-up articles elaborating on these topics, as we delve inside the science. And don't forget, if something sparks your interest, you can take your learning journey further with an OU course, or, if you just have a point to make or fancy an online debate, you can add a comment at the bottom of any our pages.

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