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Discovery Science
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured. Featuring ball-bearings, what goes into cartoonist's ink and discover how false eyes are made.
06:26
The team constructs one of Da Vinci's most futuristic designs. This machine, envisioned by Da Vinci in the 15th century, could rival modern-day inventions. But will it work?
07:14
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant.
08:02
From the first fires to the atom, people searched for energy sources. With a desire to clean up our act, the race is on to find a fossil fuel substitute.
08:50
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots?
09:14
A mega fish order from Harvard University means an early start for a crew of Cape Cod fisherman. But it's Mother Nature who dictates the unpredictable haul.
09:38
The team constructs one of Da Vinci's most futuristic designs. This machine, envisioned by Da Vinci in the 15th century, could rival modern-day inventions. But will it work?
10:26
Why can Dr Mak Yuree break baseball bats with his shins? How far can Franz Muellner throw a washing machine? Plus, can vocal coach Jaime use his voice to shatter glass?
11:14
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant.
12:02
In California Rob and Stefan explore a cave, rumoured to house 100 pounds of gold, stashed away during the Gold Rush. Can their tech end the mystery?
12:50
From the first fires to the atom, people searched for energy sources. With a desire to clean up our act, the race is on to find a fossil fuel substitute.
13:38
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots?
14:02
A mega fish order from Harvard University means an early start for a crew of Cape Cod fisherman. But it's Mother Nature who dictates the unpredictable haul.
14:26
The team constructs one of Da Vinci's most futuristic designs. This machine, envisioned by Da Vinci in the 15th century, could rival modern-day inventions. But will it work?
15:14
Why can Dr Mak Yuree break baseball bats with his shins? How far can Franz Muellner throw a washing machine? Plus, can vocal coach Jaime use his voice to shatter glass?
16:02
From the first fires to the atom, people searched for energy sources. With a desire to clean up our act, the race is on to find a fossil fuel substitute.
16:50
Hold onto your hats as the MythBusters put the legendary Indiana Jones and his hijinks to the test. Featuring experiments involving Indiana's whip.
17:40
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
18:05
The world of food production never sleeps. To impress top seafood experts, it's all hands-on deck as a Louisiana fishing boat heads out on a special 3 a.m. mission.
18:30
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
19:20
Danny is in New Orleans where they are building the world's strongest hurricane protection system which includes the largest storm surge barrier ever.
20:10
Finds out how unlikely forces such as The U.S. Army, General Motors and Red China are cutting their carbon footprints and driving the new economy.
21:00
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
21:50
How does base jumper Frode Johannessen achieve speeds of 170mph without any kind of motorised assistance; and how can violinist Ben Lee play 810 notes per minute?
22:40
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
23:05
The world of food production never sleeps. To impress top seafood experts, it's all hands-on deck as a Louisiana fishing boat heads out on a special 3 a.m. mission.
23:30
Danny is in New Orleans where they are building the world's strongest hurricane protection system which includes the largest storm surge barrier ever.
00:20
Hold onto your hats as the MythBusters put the legendary Indiana Jones and his hijinks to the test. Featuring experiments involving Indiana's whip.
01:10
Finds out how unlikely forces such as The U.S. Army, General Motors and Red China are cutting their carbon footprints and driving the new economy.
02:00
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
02:48
How does base jumper Frode Johannessen achieve speeds of 170mph without any kind of motorised assistance; and how can violinist Ben Lee play 810 notes per minute?
03:36
Danny is in New Orleans where they are building the world's strongest hurricane protection system which includes the largest storm surge barrier ever.
04:24
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
04:48
The world of food production never sleeps. To impress top seafood experts, it's all hands-on deck as a Louisiana fishing boat heads out on a special 3 a.m. mission.
05:12
Hold onto your hats as the MythBusters put the legendary Indiana Jones and his hijinks to the test. Featuring experiments involving Indiana's whip.
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. How are Russian dolls manufactured, how is aloe vera produced and how are flags made?
06:26
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
07:14
Danny is in New Orleans where they are building the world's strongest hurricane protection system which includes the largest storm surge barrier ever.
08:02
Finds out how unlikely forces such as The U.S. Army, General Motors and Red China are cutting their carbon footprints and driving the new economy.
08:50
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
09:14
The world of food production never sleeps. To impress top seafood experts, it's all hands-on deck as a Louisiana fishing boat heads out on a special 3 a.m. mission.
09:38
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
10:26
How does base jumper Frode Johannessen achieve speeds of 170mph without any kind of motorised assistance; and how can violinist Ben Lee play 810 notes per minute?
11:14
Danny is in New Orleans where they are building the world's strongest hurricane protection system which includes the largest storm surge barrier ever.
12:02
Hold onto your hats as the MythBusters put the legendary Indiana Jones and his hijinks to the test. Featuring experiments involving Indiana's whip.
12:50
Finds out how unlikely forces such as The U.S. Army, General Motors and Red China are cutting their carbon footprints and driving the new economy.
13:38
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
14:02
The world of food production never sleeps. To impress top seafood experts, it's all hands-on deck as a Louisiana fishing boat heads out on a special 3 a.m. mission.
14:26
Archaeologists uncover the secret lives of the gladiators and make new discoveries that help explain the rise and sudden fall of the Roman Empire.
15:14
How does base jumper Frode Johannessen achieve speeds of 170mph without any kind of motorised assistance; and how can violinist Ben Lee play 810 notes per minute?
16:02
Finds out how unlikely forces such as The U.S. Army, General Motors and Red China are cutting their carbon footprints and driving the new economy.
16:50
The action explodes when household items and backyard chores turn into friendly fire. First up, the guys start with a bang.
17:40
How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
18:05
It's full steam ahead as an overnight kitchen crew prepares 250 gourmet meals. Plus, the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy order 440 birthday cakes.
18:30
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
19:20
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams.
20:10
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
21:00
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
21:50
How can Roman Campayo recall 20,000 words in a row; why are Shaolin monks able to balance on blades; and how can Fran Capo talk at a rate of 603 words a minute?
22:40
How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
23:05
It's full steam ahead as an overnight kitchen crew prepares 250 gourmet meals. Plus, the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy order 440 birthday cakes.
23:30
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams.
00:20
The action explodes when household items and backyard chores turn into friendly fire. First up, the guys start with a bang.
01:10
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
02:00
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
02:48
How can Roman Campayo recall 20,000 words in a row; why are Shaolin monks able to balance on blades; and how can Fran Capo talk at a rate of 603 words a minute?
03:36
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams.
04:24
How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
04:48
It's full steam ahead as an overnight kitchen crew prepares 250 gourmet meals. Plus, the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy order 440 birthday cakes.
05:12
The action explodes when household items and backyard chores turn into friendly fire. First up, the guys start with a bang.
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. How is vodka produced, how are Chinamax ships manufactured and how is abalone made?
06:26
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
07:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams.
08:02
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
08:50
How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
09:14
It's full steam ahead as an overnight kitchen crew prepares 250 gourmet meals. Plus, the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy order 440 birthday cakes.
09:38
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
10:26
How can Roman Campayo recall 20,000 words in a row; why are Shaolin monks able to balance on blades; and how can Fran Capo talk at a rate of 603 words a minute?
11:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams.
12:02
The action explodes when household items and backyard chores turn into friendly fire. First up, the guys start with a bang.
12:50
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
13:38
How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
14:02
It's full steam ahead as an overnight kitchen crew prepares 250 gourmet meals. Plus, the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy order 440 birthday cakes.
14:26
A look at some disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Kelenföld Power Station in Budapest and Wardenclyffe Tower in New York.
15:14
How can Roman Campayo recall 20,000 words in a row; why are Shaolin monks able to balance on blades; and how can Fran Capo talk at a rate of 603 words a minute?
16:02
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
16:50
Adam and Jamie are fast and the curious. With the pedal to the metal and tires sliding and smoking, they tackle two tall tales from the world of street racing.
17:40
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta?
18:05
Discover how decadent donuts, rich and silky ice cream, spicy hot Korean kimchi, and flaky kosher salt gets to the masses.
18:30
Former aerospace engineer Justin Cunningham tries to keep the Glasgow Tower turning, and Tomo Umewaka helps engineers in Osaka keep their airport from sinking into the sea.
19:20
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet.
20:10
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
21:00
Former aerospace engineer Justin Cunningham tries to keep the Glasgow Tower turning, and Tomo Umewaka helps engineers in Osaka keep their airport from sinking into the sea.
21:50
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV.
22:40
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta?
23:05
Discover how decadent donuts, rich and silky ice cream, spicy hot Korean kimchi, and flaky kosher salt gets to the masses.
23:30
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet.
00:20
Adam and Jamie are fast and the curious. With the pedal to the metal and tires sliding and smoking, they tackle two tall tales from the world of street racing.
01:10
Following the brightest and best scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and inventors as they attempt to revolutionise their chosen fields and make world-changing breakthroughs.
02:00
Former aerospace engineer Justin Cunningham tries to keep the Glasgow Tower turning, and Tomo Umewaka helps engineers in Osaka keep their airport from sinking into the sea.
02:48
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV.
03:36
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet.
04:24
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta?
04:48
Discover how decadent donuts, rich and silky ice cream, spicy hot Korean kimchi, and flaky kosher salt gets to the masses.
05:12
Adam and Jamie are fast and the curious. With the pedal to the metal and tires sliding and smoking, they tackle two tall tales from the world of street racing.