How Dangerous

              How Dangerous

              Dick and Dom explore the surprising science that can be found around us. With the help of some young volunteers, they meet scientists who show them a selection of hands-on experiments - which you can try out for yourself at home - revealing new facts about everything from remote controls to bicycle brakes. If you’ve ever wanted to know how to charm a worm, what happens when you put marshmallows in the microwave, or why ice is slippy, this is the series for you!

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