Next Episode of Robot Wars is
Season 2 / Episode 4 and airs on 26 March 2017 18:00
40 teams of amateur robot fighting enthusiasts battle it out over a series of rounds in a huge purpose-built arena aiming to become the Robot Wars Champion.
The final episode in the robot fighting series presented by Dara O Briain and Angela Scanlon.
In this show, the heat winners from shows one to five are joined by a wild card from the runners-up. There are many shocks and surprises along the way as every team left standing battles it out to try and win, but who will become the Robot Wars champion?
Dara and Angela present the new series of Robot Wars, with battles commentated by Jonathan Pearce. This is the first group heat, as eight robot fighting teams battle for a place in the grand final.
This episode features Nuts 2, Jellyfish, Rapid, TMHWK, Sabretooth, Terrorhurtz, Aftershock, and Crank-E.
This is the second heat, and only one of the eight teams can go through to the series grand final. Robots in this heat are Cherub, PP3D, Draven, Push To Exit, Hobgoblin, Behemoth, Cobra and Eruption.
Dara Ó Briain, Angela Scanlon and commentator Jonathan Pearce present the next heat of the ultimate Robot Fighting Competition Robot Wars. Competing in this round are: Foxic, Expulsion, Heavy metal, M.R. Speed Squared, Thor (pictured), Tauron, Chimera 2 and Concussion.
Dara Ó Briain and Angela Scanlon present the latest visit to the engineering battleground of Robot Wars, with Jonathan Pearce bringing his unique commentary to the show's nine intense battles. Competing in this episode: Supernova (pictured), Frostbite, Wyrm, High 5, Crushtacean, Ironside 3, Pulsar, and Apex.
Dara and Angela present the final heat in the search for a new Robot Wars champion. The nine brutal battles between home-made machines all commentated on by Jonathan Pearce.
This episode sees reigning champions team Apollo begin their defence of their title. They face stiff competition from Ms Nightshade, Coyote, Rusty, Crackers'n'Smash, Meggamouse, Trolley Rage and second place finalist from last series, Carbide.
Dara Ó Briain(Presenter)
Professor Noel Sharkey(Judge)
Professor Sethu Vijayakumar(Judge)
Doctor Lucy Rogers(Judge)
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