Bang Goes the Theory: Series 3 & 4

Release Date: 31 October 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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The popular science magazine show Bang Goes the Theory is back, putting more science and technology to the test.

Follow the team as they investigate the recent Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, Zoologist Liz Bonnin goes to Louisiana and takes part in the rescue effort to protect the area’s wildlife, while Jem Stansfield builds a scale model to explain what happens when an oil well gets out of control and how to bring it back under control. Meanwhile, Dallas Campbell proves Einstein’s theory of relativity with the help of a jet plane and a very expensive atomic clock.

Series three also see the team investigate whether wave power might be the answer to the energy crisis, trace how our eyes evolved, discover whether probability can be made to work in our favour in Vegas and look at the impact of an oil spill. In the fourth series of Bang Goes the Theory the team cover everything from biology to what’s out there in the universe as they uncover why the world around us works as it does.

• The popular science programme returns for two more series of investigations into the world around us.

• Bang Goes the Theory occupies a primetime slot on the BBC and has just returned for a fifth series.

• The artwork will carry the BBC logo and includes 14 episodes plus a special bonus programme.

• Packed with humour, fascinating experiments and likeable presenters, this is the Top Gear of science.

Release Date: 31 October 2011
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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