For two weeks, channel première series seek to bring everyone into the fold, and that science can be for everyone.
In The Secrets Of Everything, daredevil science geek Greg Foot is prepared to attempt anything to find answers to some of life's weirder frequently-asked questions.
This means going to the Reading Festival to find out whether the human race can actually shift the planet by jumping at exactly the same time, exploring whether a persona could survive in a falling lift if they jumped as it hit the ground, and finding out why the sky is blue.
Then, in Bang Goes The Theory, Liz Bonnin, Jem Stansfield, Dr Wan Yong and ex-Tomorrows World presenter Maggie Philbin go on a mission to reveal the science and technology that we encounter every day. Jem pedals a home-made plane into the air, the team explores how WiFi signals affect us, and the question of how dogs can be good for our health is answered.
This is hands-on science. For everyone.