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Discovery Science
06:00
How are downhill ski bindings, immersion parts washers, mining ventilation and pencil sharpeners made? [AL]
06:24
How are gingerbread houses, livestock trailers, bottom-rolling hangar doors, and toy figurines made? [AL]
06:48
How are traffic signal poles, coffee filters, and chainsaw mining machines made? [AL]
07:12
How are time-delay locks, brownies, pallet dispensers, and crystal chandeliers made? [AL]
07:36
How are mouth-blown window glass, water pumps, sake, and tweezers made? [AL]
08:00
How are decadent champagne, the everyday necessity of ATMs, and powerful marine turbochargers made? [AL]
08:24
Explore whether catastrophic events such as volcano eruptions, ice ages and asteroid strikes spell out a bleak future for the existence of humans on planet earth? [AL]
09:12
What built the Milky Way? At the heart of our galaxy sits a super massive black hole, could it be the key to answering this troublesome dilemma? [AL]
10:00
Scientists around the world are working on projects dealing with space and space travel - extraterrestrial life, colonising Mars, the Big Bang and rocket development. [AL]
10:48
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
11:36
Ever wondered how a Superformance MKIII is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
12:00
Ever wondered how a Koenigsegg One:1 is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
12:24
Ever wondered how a BMW i8 is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
12:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes? [AL]
13:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made? [AL]
13:38
Jon and Brian are tackling two ballistic mysteries. Is a dead body bullet proof? Plus, is a non-Newtonian fluid bomb proof? [AL]
14:26
Brian and Jon test if a flaming arrow fired into a car's gas tank causes it to erupt in flames. Plus, they test a seemingly dangerous tribal initiation. [AL]
15:14
In Shanghai work has begun on a radical $10bn engineering project to allow millions of people to swap between seven modes of travel - but how? [AL]
16:02
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? [AL]
16:50
One day, a cosmic disaster will make life on Earth impossible. To survive, we must find a new home amongst the stars. Meet the scientists trying to make this possible. [AL]
17:40
Is there another Earth with liquid oceans, rocky continents and life? Astronomers seek the answer with spectroscopy and direct imaging. [AL]
18:30
How are sharpening steels, bladder pumps, ironing boards, and kayak paddles made? [AL]
18:55
How are champagne tops, pneumatic delivery systems, espresso machines, and pizza ovens made? [AL]
19:20
How are stile and rail doors, steam cleaners, hand-held pizza, and power brushes made? [AL]
19:45
How are industrial casters, wedding cakes, tetrahertz spectrometers, and racing catamarans made? [AL]
20:10
How are ceramic grills, punching machines, jet fountains, and hollow wooden surfboards made? [AL]
20:35
How are vibrating mining screens, whoopie pies, wood utility poles, and roller conveyors made? [AL]
21:00
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose. [9-A]
22:25
A child is struck by a deadly parasite and his leg starts to swell - will doctors have to amputate? Plus, a newlywed suffers bizarre hallucinations. [16-AT]
23:10
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Jaguar XF? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
23:30
Explore whether catastrophic events such as volcano eruptions, ice ages and asteroid strikes spell out a bleak future for the existence of humans on planet earth? [AL]
00:20
What built the Milky Way? At the heart of our galaxy sits a super massive black hole, could it be the key to answering this troublesome dilemma? [AL]
01:10
Jon and Brian are tackling two ballistic mysteries. Is a dead body bullet proof? Plus, is a non-Newtonian fluid bomb proof? [AL]
02:00
Brian and Jon test if a flaming arrow fired into a car's gas tank causes it to erupt in flames. Plus, they test a seemingly dangerous tribal initiation. [AL]
02:48
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose. [9-A]
04:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like a BMW M6? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
04:24
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Rolls-Royce Dawn? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
04:48
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
05:12
Ever wondered how a Superperformance GT40 is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
05:36
Ever wondered how a Porsche 918 Spyder is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
06:00
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? [AL]
06:24
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
06:48
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
07:12
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
07:36
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
08:00
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
08:24
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
08:48
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
09:12
A do-it-yourself guide for building humanity's greatest inventions. How do you build your very own Cruise Ship, Pipe Organ, and Apache Helicopter? [AL]
09:36
A do-it-yourself guide for building humanity's greatest inventions. How do you build your very own Cow Milking Machine, Football Stadium, and Steamroller? [AL]
10:00
A do-it-yourself guide for building humanity's greatest inventions. How do you build your very own Jet Pack, Superbike, and Snow Groomer? [AL]
10:24
Richard takes flight aboard the US Air Force's biggest cargo plane: The C-5M Super Galaxy. Climbing inside its inner workings he learns why it's a record breaker. [AL]
11:12
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
12:00
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
12:50
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
13:38
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
14:26
When a police boat crashes onto rocks, salvage diver Brendan risks his life to save nearby beach goers from the debris. Plus, fisheries officer Joel wrestles a man-eating shark. [AL-T]
15:14
Once thought to be an inevitable disaster, scientists now have the technology to prevent asteroids from hitting the Earth. How are they working to do this? [AL]
16:02
For four years, the Messenger space probe sent images of Mercury, the solar system's smallest planet, closest to the Sun. Could it threaten life on Earth? [AL]
16:50
The solar system is different to others in the Milky Way, but it hides a violent past. Scientists examine the clues to reveal its secret history. [AL]
17:40
Space isn't as empty as it seems. It conceals a secret structure called spacetime - an invisible field that governs our lives. [AL]
18:30
Experts investigate to see if the fire on Apollo 1 that killed three astronauts was a cover-up. Was it a tragic accident or part of the moon landing conspiracy? [AL]
19:20
New discoveries lead scientists to question if the Big Bang really happened. They investigate if it was the start of many multiverses. [AL]
20:10
What would happen if we got a message from space? Scientists and writers, with cooperation from SETI, unravel the impact of this world changing event. [9-A]
21:00
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact. [9-A]
21:50
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon? [9-A]
22:40
As a mysterious alien technology spreads across our globe, so do fears of contagion. Scientists discuss the implications of encountering life as we don't know it. [9-A]
23:30
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a shirt that changes colours as muscles heat up and a non-glue that dries at your command. [6-G]
00:20
Advances are affording humans a power once reserved for only the Almighty, the ability to create life. But what are the implications for humankind? [9-A]
01:10
21st Century explorers have set sail on an age of discovery that eclipses anything dreamed of by Columbus. What does the future hold for galactic travellers? [9-A]
02:00
James Woods is on a journey to reveal world-changing breakthroughs and their implications for the future. He will ask the big questions and reveal a stunning image of the future. [9-A]
02:48
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man. [AL]
03:36
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
04:00
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
04:24
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
04:48
How are precast concrete walls, 3D printers, telescopic cranes, and kerosene lamp burners made? [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made? [AL]
05:36
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
06:00
How do they build powerboats that can go faster than sports cars? How do they produce Swiss watches? And how do they create wallpaper fit for palaces and parliaments? [AL]
06:24
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand? [AL]
07:12
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music. [AL]
08:00
Kevin and Grant outfit cars with armour and weapons and face off in a demolition derby. Later, they build a lie detector and a chainsaw-powered chairlift. [AL]
08:48
Can Kevin and Grant build an amphibious motorcycle that drives on the water? In an ultra-scientific mini-golf competition, who can make the most holes-in-one? [AL]
09:36
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a shirt that changes colours as muscles heat up and a non-glue that dries at your command. [6-G]
10:24
A look at how everyday items including steel pulleys and acetate eyewear are made, revealing the materials and unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
10:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including gyroscopic stabilizers made? [AL]
11:12
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as dry erase boards and air rifles made? [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as squeeze chutes and composite boat propellers made? [AL]
12:50
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made? [AL]
13:14
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
13:38
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
14:02
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes? [AL]
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made? [AL]
15:14
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. The people who designed them and those who give them new life explain how and why. [AL]
16:02
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
16:50
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
17:40
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
18:30
Some of the world's most amazing engineering projects now lie in ruins. How and why? Experts examine their design and explain how they gave them new life. [AL]
19:20
Richard takes flight aboard the US Air Force's biggest cargo plane: The C-5M Super Galaxy. Climbing inside its inner workings he learns why it's a record breaker. [AL]
20:10
Abu Simbel in Egypt is the largest rock-cut temple in the world, built 3,000 years ago by Pharaoh Ramses II. How was this giant temple constructed and why? [9-A]
21:00
When a Viking fortress lost underground for over 1,000 years is discovered, experts investigate its buried treasures. What caused this civilization's demise? [9-A]
21:50
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
22:40
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
23:30
New discoveries lead scientists to question if the Big Bang really happened. They investigate if it was the start of many multiverses. [AL]
00:20
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places, from oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres. [AL]
01:10
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have two stars, possibly creating habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space. [AL]
02:00
New research shows the migration of ice planets may have helped start life on Earth, and stopped it being destroyed. How are they so vital? [AL]
02:48
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? [AL]
03:36
The Milky Way is dying and scientists are trying to discover what's killing it. Scientists must trace its whereabouts over the past 13.6 billion years. [AL]
04:24
How are car headlamps, directional drills, and combs made? And how is stained glass restored? [AL]
04:48
How are handcrafted skis, septic tanks, hydroformed chassis pants, and aquarium windows made? [AL]
05:12
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]
05:36
A look at how everyday items are made, revealing the methods and materials of common objects and the unique production processes involved in making them. [AL]