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Discovery Science
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring the complex network of Paris sewers, Beretta's and cotton manufacture.
06:26
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?
07:14
The Shanghai to Beijing line is set to be a record breaker, the longest high speed railway in the world carrying the fastest trains. Will it succeed?
08:02
Host Nar Williams explores the motion control technology behind cloning and Spider-Man, and embarks on a chase scene using wireless camera mounts.
08:50
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made.
09:14
Discover how irresistibly flaky sausage rolls, fluffy marshmallow Easter treats, sweet and sour lollipops, and zesty, crunchy pita puffs get to the masses.
09:38
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?
10:26
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.
11:14
The Shanghai to Beijing line is set to be a record breaker, the longest high speed railway in the world carrying the fastest trains. Will it succeed?
12:02
The Roanoke colony vanished without a trace, and centuries later, it remains one of history's greatest unsolved mysteries. Can new evidence reveal its fate?
12:50
Host Nar Williams explores the motion control technology behind cloning and Spider-Man, and embarks on a chase scene using wireless camera mounts.
13:38
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made.
14:02
Discover how irresistibly flaky sausage rolls, fluffy marshmallow Easter treats, sweet and sour lollipops, and zesty, crunchy pita puffs get to the masses.
14:26
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?
15:14
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.
16:02
Host Nar Williams explores the motion control technology behind cloning and Spider-Man, and embarks on a chase scene using wireless camera mounts.
16:50
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.
17:40
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.
18:05
Discover how tantalising candied pretzels, finger-licking Cornish pasties, luscious Korean dumplings, and mouth-watering jellybeans get to the masses.
18:30
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
19:20
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system.
20:10
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.
20:35
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts show how explosive hydrogen peroxide can really be. Plus, combining ping pong balls with pressurised liquid nitrogen.
21:00
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
21:50
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.
22:40
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.
23:05
Discover how tantalising candied pretzels, finger-licking Cornish pasties, luscious Korean dumplings, and mouth-watering jellybeans get to the masses.
23:30
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system.
00:20
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.
01:10
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.
01:35
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts show how explosive hydrogen peroxide can really be. Plus, combining ping pong balls with pressurised liquid nitrogen.
02:00
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
02:48
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.
03:36
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system.
04:24
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.
04:48
Discover how tantalising candied pretzels, finger-licking Cornish pasties, luscious Korean dumplings, and mouth-watering jellybeans get to the masses.
05:12
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.
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.