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Bang Goes The Theory 7: Episode 4

Updated Friday, 22nd February 2013

This week the Bang team reveal the science behind keeping your family safe.

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This week the team look at some of the things threatening the safety of your family on a daily basis. Liz finds out why older and very young pedestrians may never be safe crossing the road; Maggie investigates a revolutionary new burns dressing that could drastically reduce the risk of scarring; and Jem turns crash-test dummy as he asks why European legislation is preparing to make rear-facing seats compulsory for more children.

Bang Goes The Theory can be seen on BBC One (England and Scotland) on Monday 25th March 2013 at 7.30pm, and BBC Two (Northern Ireland and Wales) on Tuesday 26th March at 6.30pm. Full schedule and iPlayer links are on Read more about the current series.





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