* COOL SCIENCE: Dallas Campbell, second left, co-presents Bang Goes
The Theory with Liz Bonnin, Dr Yan Wong and Jem Stansfield
They'll be recreating some of the best stunts from the first four series of Bang Goes
The Theory and giving people a chance to see some of Jem's outlandish inventions up-close.
Science Bang Goes
The Winter Weather (BBC1, 8pm) EVEN if you spent your school science lessons passing notes at the back of the class or staring into space, this show should still be able to convince you that science is interesting.
the Theory (7.30pm) Dallas Campbell discovers what makes people happy, and Liz Bonnin travels to Norway to investigate the latest technology for combating climate change.
the Mary, Queen of Theory Charity Shops: Revisited (7.30pm) Dallas Campbell discovers what makes people happy, and Liz Bonnin travels to Norway to investigate the latest technology for combating climate change.
(Wednesday, BBC1, 9pm) is a Bang Goes
The Theory special, investigating whether or not we really can train our brains and if men's brains differ from women's.
The Theory is back for a second series, and Liz will also be one of five experts hosting Museum Of Life, focusing on the work of the Natural History Museum.
Simon - who lives in north London - works on the BBC science website Bang Goes
the Theory (7.30pm) Jem Stansfield puts spider silk to the test and Liz Bonnin joins the RAF's flight school to find out the truth about multi-tasking.
THE THEORY BBC1 7.30pm Dallas Campbell (above) takes part in a sea race with Ellen MacArthur in an attempt to explain why British summers are so disappointing.
the Theory (7.30pm) Dallas Campbell traces the global journey of 30,000 indestructible plastic ducks, and Liz Bonnin goes on manoeuvres at the bottom of the Baltic Sea in the Royal Navy's search-and-rescue submarine.
The 32-year-old will present a science show called Bang Goes
The Theory on BBC One.