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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they make pistachios, what is the Forbidden City, and how do they produce radars? Find out as more items are put under the microscope.
06:26
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
07:14
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system.
08:02
A sword made of pure light that can cut through anything, the lightsaber is a truly awesome weapon. Dr Michio Kaku reveals how we could one day build a working version.
08:27
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts show how explosive hydrogen peroxide can really be. Plus, combining ping pong balls with pressurised liquid nitrogen.
08:50
What is the secret of the lion dance, how are tunnels built, and what is a super sopper? Find out as more items are put under the microscope.
09:14
Discover how tantalising candied pretzels, finger-licking Cornish pasties, luscious Korean dumplings, and mouth-watering jellybeans get to the masses.
09:38
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
10:26
Adam and Jamie take aim at Hollywood's infallible hit men and their seemingly supernatural ability to take down a target. First up, shooting blind.
11:14
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system.
12:02
In 1962, three convicts try to escape from Alcatraz prison. Officials believe the men drowned, but a scientific experiment suggests they made it to shore.
12:50
A sword made of pure light that can cut through anything, the lightsaber is a truly awesome weapon. Dr Michio Kaku reveals how we could one day build a working version.
13:15
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts show how explosive hydrogen peroxide can really be. Plus, combining ping pong balls with pressurised liquid nitrogen.
13:38
What is the secret of the lion dance, how are tunnels built, and what is a super sopper? Find out as more items are put under the microscope.
14:02
Discover how tantalising candied pretzels, finger-licking Cornish pasties, luscious Korean dumplings, and mouth-watering jellybeans get to the masses.
14:26
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
15:14
Adam and Jamie take aim at Hollywood's infallible hit men and their seemingly supernatural ability to take down a target. First up, shooting blind.
16:02
A sword made of pure light that can cut through anything, the lightsaber is a truly awesome weapon. Dr Michio Kaku reveals how we could one day build a working version.
16:27
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts show how explosive hydrogen peroxide can really be. Plus, combining ping pong balls with pressurised liquid nitrogen.
16:50
In 2009, an Air France flight disappears, but could this tragedy happen again? After a huge area of Siberian forest is destroyed, it's a race to find the culprit.
17:40
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined.
18:05
Discover how decadently cheesy Scottish breakfast pies, irresistible chocolate peppermint candies, and creamy, tangy fruit yogurt snacks get to the masses.
18:30
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
19:20
Danny Forster visits the London Aquatics Centre, which hosted 44 swimming and diving events during the 2012 Olympics.
20:10
The crosshairs are lined up, a death ray is fired and a planet is vaporized. Sci-fi fantasy? Dr Michio Kaku demonstrates how a real death star might possibly work.
20:35
Kevin and his team of experts explore the amazing science behind rockets, using unconventional materials to power homemade projectiles to incredible heights.
21:00
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
21:50
Adam and Jamie hit the console, tablet and arcade and take first person aim at some of the troubling tropes and scientific challenges common to the format.
22:40
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined.
23:05
Discover how decadently cheesy Scottish breakfast pies, irresistible chocolate peppermint candies, and creamy, tangy fruit yogurt snacks get to the masses.
23:30
Danny Forster visits the London Aquatics Centre, which hosted 44 swimming and diving events during the 2012 Olympics.
00:20
In 2009, an Air France flight disappears, but could this tragedy happen again? After a huge area of Siberian forest is destroyed, it's a race to find the culprit.
01:10
The crosshairs are lined up, a death ray is fired and a planet is vaporized. Sci-fi fantasy? Dr Michio Kaku demonstrates how a real death star might possibly work.
01:35
Kevin and his team of experts explore the amazing science behind rockets, using unconventional materials to power homemade projectiles to incredible heights.
02:00
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
02:48
Adam and Jamie hit the console, tablet and arcade and take first person aim at some of the troubling tropes and scientific challenges common to the format.
03:36
Danny Forster visits the London Aquatics Centre, which hosted 44 swimming and diving events during the 2012 Olympics.
04:24
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined.
04:48
Discover how decadently cheesy Scottish breakfast pies, irresistible chocolate peppermint candies, and creamy, tangy fruit yogurt snacks get to the masses.
05:12
In 2009, an Air France flight disappears, but could this tragedy happen again? After a huge area of Siberian forest is destroyed, it's a race to find the culprit.
06:00
How do they produce marble, how do they make mahjong pieces, and how do they build escape slides? Finds out as more items are put under the microscope.
06:26
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
07:14
Danny Forster visits the London Aquatics Centre, which hosted 44 swimming and diving events during the 2012 Olympics.
08:02
The crosshairs are lined up, a death ray is fired and a planet is vaporized. Sci-fi fantasy? Dr Michio Kaku demonstrates how a real death star might possibly work.
08:27
Kevin and his team of experts explore the amazing science behind rockets, using unconventional materials to power homemade projectiles to incredible heights.
08:50
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined.
09:14
Discover how decadently cheesy Scottish breakfast pies, irresistible chocolate peppermint candies, and creamy, tangy fruit yogurt snacks get to the masses.
09:38
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
10:26
Adam and Jamie hit the console, tablet and arcade and take first person aim at some of the troubling tropes and scientific challenges common to the format.
11:14
Danny Forster visits the London Aquatics Centre, which hosted 44 swimming and diving events during the 2012 Olympics.
12:02
In 2009, an Air France flight disappears, but could this tragedy happen again? After a huge area of Siberian forest is destroyed, it's a race to find the culprit.
12:50
The crosshairs are lined up, a death ray is fired and a planet is vaporized. Sci-fi fantasy? Dr Michio Kaku demonstrates how a real death star might possibly work.
13:15
Kevin and his team of experts explore the amazing science behind rockets, using unconventional materials to power homemade projectiles to incredible heights.
13:38
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined.
14:02
Discover how decadently cheesy Scottish breakfast pies, irresistible chocolate peppermint candies, and creamy, tangy fruit yogurt snacks get to the masses.
14:26
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
15:14
Adam and Jamie hit the console, tablet and arcade and take first person aim at some of the troubling tropes and scientific challenges common to the format.
16:02
The crosshairs are lined up, a death ray is fired and a planet is vaporized. Sci-fi fantasy? Dr Michio Kaku demonstrates how a real death star might possibly work.
16:27
Kevin and his team of experts explore the amazing science behind rockets, using unconventional materials to power homemade projectiles to incredible heights.
16:50
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
17:40
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
18:05
Discover how a doubly delicious cake within a cake, a spicy Indian snack, sinfully tender frosted sugar cookies, and Greek spinach twisters get to the masses.
18:30
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
19:20
Danny Forster travels to Belgrade to see how the Sava River Bridge, the world's largest single pylon cable-stayed bridge, is progressing.
20:10
Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how cutting edge science could create protective force fields.
20:35
Kevin and the team take to the streets to create a massive, swirling fire tornado out of kerosene. Plus, they dazzle onlookers with a rainbow coloured flamethrower.
21:00
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
21:50
Adam and Jamie put The A-Team under the microscope. First they find out if it's really possible to build a working cannon out of stuff abandoned in a barn.
22:40
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
23:05
Discover how a doubly delicious cake within a cake, a spicy Indian snack, sinfully tender frosted sugar cookies, and Greek spinach twisters get to the masses.
23:30
Danny Forster travels to Belgrade to see how the Sava River Bridge, the world's largest single pylon cable-stayed bridge, is progressing.
00:20
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
01:10
Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how cutting edge science could create protective force fields.
01:35
Kevin and the team take to the streets to create a massive, swirling fire tornado out of kerosene. Plus, they dazzle onlookers with a rainbow coloured flamethrower.
02:00
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
02:48
Adam and Jamie put The A-Team under the microscope. First they find out if it's really possible to build a working cannon out of stuff abandoned in a barn.
03:36
Danny Forster travels to Belgrade to see how the Sava River Bridge, the world's largest single pylon cable-stayed bridge, is progressing.
04:24
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
04:48
Discover how a doubly delicious cake within a cake, a spicy Indian snack, sinfully tender frosted sugar cookies, and Greek spinach twisters get to the masses.
05:12
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
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
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
07:14
Danny Forster travels to Belgrade to see how the Sava River Bridge, the world's largest single pylon cable-stayed bridge, is progressing.
08:02
Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how cutting edge science could create protective force fields.
08:27
Kevin and the team take to the streets to create a massive, swirling fire tornado out of kerosene. Plus, they dazzle onlookers with a rainbow coloured flamethrower.
08:50
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
09:14
Discover how a doubly delicious cake within a cake, a spicy Indian snack, sinfully tender frosted sugar cookies, and Greek spinach twisters get to the masses.
09:38
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
10:26
Adam and Jamie put The A-Team under the microscope. First they find out if it's really possible to build a working cannon out of stuff abandoned in a barn.
11:14
Danny Forster travels to Belgrade to see how the Sava River Bridge, the world's largest single pylon cable-stayed bridge, is progressing.
12:02
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
12:50
Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how cutting edge science could create protective force fields.
13:15
Kevin and the team take to the streets to create a massive, swirling fire tornado out of kerosene. Plus, they dazzle onlookers with a rainbow coloured flamethrower.
13:38
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
14:02
Discover how a doubly delicious cake within a cake, a spicy Indian snack, sinfully tender frosted sugar cookies, and Greek spinach twisters get to the masses.
14:26
A seemingly impossible engineering challenge must be solved by contestants. Competitors have just 30 minutes to come up with a solution using their own intellect.
15:14
Adam and Jamie put The A-Team under the microscope. First they find out if it's really possible to build a working cannon out of stuff abandoned in a barn.
16:02
Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how cutting edge science could create protective force fields.
16:27
Kevin and the team take to the streets to create a massive, swirling fire tornado out of kerosene. Plus, they dazzle onlookers with a rainbow coloured flamethrower.
16:50
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.
17:40
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?
18:05
Discover how scrumptious burritos, lip smacking bacon-fried rice, sweet little Maraschino cherries, and chewy Abba-Zaba candy bars get to the masses.
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made?
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including game tables and art glass wall sconces made?
19:20
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
20:10
From Terminator to Star Wars, no sci-fi movie is complete without an intelligent robot! Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how smart robots could threaten us all.
20:35
Kevin and his team of experts use a race car to put a new twist on an old magic trick, and show what it takes to build a homemade hovercraft.
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made?
21:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including game tables and art glass wall sconces made?
21:50
Adam and Jamie are tackling the greatest animated TV series of all time. Along for the ride is the executive producer and show runner.
22:40
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?
23:05
Discover how scrumptious burritos, lip smacking bacon-fried rice, sweet little Maraschino cherries, and chewy Abba-Zaba candy bars get to the masses.
23:30
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
00:20
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.
01:10
From Terminator to Star Wars, no sci-fi movie is complete without an intelligent robot! Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku reveals how smart robots could threaten us all.
01:35
Kevin and his team of experts use a race car to put a new twist on an old magic trick, and show what it takes to build a homemade hovercraft.
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made?
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including game tables and art glass wall sconces made?
02:48
Adam and Jamie are tackling the greatest animated TV series of all time. Along for the ride is the executive producer and show runner.
03:36
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
04:24
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?
04:48
Discover how scrumptious burritos, lip smacking bacon-fried rice, sweet little Maraschino cherries, and chewy Abba-Zaba candy bars get to the masses.
05:12
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.