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It's Not Rocket Science is ITV's brand-new, fast-paced entertainment show that celebrates gadgets, technology, innovation and the under appreciated scientific world around us.Every show our presenting trio of Romesh Ranganathan, Rachel Riley and Ben Miller will bring science to the masses using humorous experiments, large-scale stunts and engaging emotional stories.Could your daily sugar intake really fire a rocket over 1000m? Can cutting-edge robotic exoskeletons enable paralysed children to walk? Is your household hoover powerful enough to lift up a person?No matter the topic, this is a fast-paced and accessible show with broad appeal that charms the audience into realising that the latest Science and Tech innovations are woven into their everyday lives.
Romesh hopes that a fridge won't hit him on the head. Ben and Eamonn Holmes uncover the explosive powers of sugar. Rachel finds out what life is like for British astronaut Tim Peake.
Tonight Romesh is dangled above a pit of hungry crocodiles with only a humble household vacuum cleaner able to save his life. Ben travels to the city of love, Paris to meet a friendly AI robot, Rachel carry's out her own tests into how the ‘Placebo Effect' works with incredible results. And we also attempt to set a brand new world record using the power of a laser.
Tonight, only science will save Ben's life as he has flaming cross bow bolts fired at his head, Romesh discovers how technology is being used to manipulate our taste buds in the food industry, Rachel meets the extraordinary British team who are trying to create the first car to travel at a thousand miles an hour, while we see how sounds is being used as a new type of fire extinguisher.
In the final episode of the series, Rachel Riley rides a bike like no other, this one is sixty foot in the air. Romesh discovers how science is muscling in on the dating scene. Elsewhere Ben travels to Germany to witness the flammable properties of Hydrogen.
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