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Discovery Science
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower.
06:26
In Papua New Guinea, Gary ascends 300 feet into the jungle canopy in search of new plants, while Chris goes out on the water to confront a giant caiman.
07:14
Danny is in Singapore, where the world's first Skypark is being built on top of three skyscrapers. Watch as he helps with some of the heaviest lifts ever tried.
08:02
When it comes to energy, humans are bombarded by a cacophony of messages, carbon footprints, clean coal, energy independence. Scientists reveal what it all means.
08:50
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high speed racing, and how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
09:14
A Las Vegas crew has just one night to finish a two-day job. Tackling several last-minute wedding cakes, they've got no margin for error.
09:38
In Papua New Guinea, Gary ascends 300 feet into the jungle canopy in search of new plants, while Chris goes out on the water to confront a giant caiman.
10:26
Hollywood stunt man Dan attempts to leap across six rooftops without any safety equipment. Plus, will contortionist Iona manage to squeeze her entire body into a bottle?
11:14
Danny is in Singapore, where the world's first Skypark is being built on top of three skyscrapers. Watch as he helps with some of the heaviest lifts ever tried.
12:02
When an infamous pirate city sunk into the sea, a huge treasure may have gone with it. Could cutting edge technology reveal its resting place?
12:50
When it comes to energy, humans are bombarded by a cacophony of messages, carbon footprints, clean coal, energy independence. Scientists reveal what it all means.
13:38
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high speed racing, and how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
14:02
A Las Vegas crew has just one night to finish a two-day job. Tackling several last-minute wedding cakes, they've got no margin for error.
14:26
In Papua New Guinea, Gary ascends 300 feet into the jungle canopy in search of new plants, while Chris goes out on the water to confront a giant caiman.
15:14
Hollywood stunt man Dan attempts to leap across six rooftops without any safety equipment. Plus, will contortionist Iona manage to squeeze her entire body into a bottle?
16:02
When it comes to energy, humans are bombarded by a cacophony of messages, carbon footprints, clean coal, energy independence. Scientists reveal what it all means.
16:50
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?
17:40
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?
18:05
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.
18:30
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?
19:20
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.
20:10
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.
21:00
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?
21:50
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?
22:40
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?
23:05
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.
23:30
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.
00:20
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?
01:10
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.
02:00
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?
02:48
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?
03:36
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.
04:24
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?
04:48
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.
05:12
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?
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.