LIVE: Bang Goes
The Theory presenter Liz Bonnin, and (above) with co-presenters, from left, Dr Yan Wong, Dallas Campbell and Jem Stansfield.
"And Bang is, fingers crossed, on for the foreseeable future, so at the moment I'm immersed in science and natural history and I'm loving every minute of it!" Museum Of Life starts on BBC Two on March 18, and Bang Goes
The Theory starts on BBC One on March 15
And the caffeine-turbo vehicle, which runs one mile on 56 espressos at a maximum speed of 60mph, made its debut journey at the weekend when engineer and presenter of Bang Goes
the Theory', Jem Stansfield, drove it from London to Manchester.
Before Liz had even completed her finals last year, the producers behind Bang Goes
The Theory invited her for a chat and a couple of months later she began work on the series.
HANDS ON Dallas Campbell, from BBC's Bang Goes
the Theory, teacher James Ward and Year 7 student Keir Nyambega at Emmanuel College
They'll be recreating some of the best stunts from the first four BBC series of Bang Goes
The Theory and will also give people a chance to see some of Jem's outlandish inventions up-close.
The study was carried out in collaboration with the science show "Bang Goes
The Theory" on BBC 1 at 9pm tonight.
Science Bang Goes
the Theory (BBC One, times vary) IN RECENT years, the Beeb has finally realised that science had suddenly become very sexy indeed, and that boffins aren't necessarily socially inept geeks wearing lab coats.
The Coronation the Theory Supersizers Street Eat (7.30pm) New series.
the Winter We ather Special (8.00pm) Dallas Campbell, Liz Bonnin and Jem Stansfield build a chamber and re-create wintry conditions by making their own clouds, rain and snow.
IT was more a case of bang goes
the engine than Bang Goes
the Theory when the star of a BBC television science programme broke down on its way to Birmingham.
2002 to 2005 Science may be back on TV in the shape of Bang Goes
The Theory, but thanks to Look Around You, it never really went away.
the Theory Supersizers Eat (7.30pm) New series.
THE DIVINE Comedy, whose new album Bang Goes
The Knighthood will be getting plenty of festival exposure this summer, have lined up a full-length autumn tour that will wind up at Warwick Arts Centre on November 17.
Like a Frankenstein's monster made from bits of Top Gear, a chunk of the Gadget Show, and a smattering of the late, great, Tomorrow's World, Bang Goes
the Theory lumbers to life with info-tainment firmly in mind.