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Discovery Science
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]
06:00
How are sharpening steels, bladder pumps, ironing boards, and kayak paddles made? [AL]
06:24
How are champagne tops, pneumatic delivery systems, espresso machines, and pizza ovens made? [AL]
06:48
How are stile and rail doors, steam cleaners, hand-held pizza, and power brushes made? [AL]
07:12
How are industrial casters, wedding cakes, tetrahertz spectrometers, and racing catamarans made? [AL]
07:36
How are ceramic grills, punching machines, jet fountains, and hollow wooden surfboards made? [AL]
08:00
How are vibrating mining screens, whoopie pies, wood utility poles, and roller conveyors made? [AL]
08:24
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]
09:12
Is there another Earth with liquid oceans, rocky continents and life? Astronomers seek the answer with spectroscopy and direct imaging. [AL]
10:00
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]
10:48
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]
11:36
Ever wondered how a Zenvo ST 1 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 McLaren 65OS 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 Falcon F7 is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
12:50
A strange cave freezes in summer and melts in winter, and a huge sand dune swallows a small child in an instant. Rob and Stefan explore these mysteries. [9-A]
13:38
Jon and Brian reconstruct a typical Hollywood movie stunt. Plus, they test three mythical cures to see if it's possible to chop an onion, without tearing up. [AL]
14:26
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol. [AL]
15:14
Faced with the dire consequences of global warming, the people of Texas have come up with a radical solution: a giant geodesic dome, 1,500 feet high, to cover the city. [AL]
16:02
The Bering Strait tunnel, designed to connect Russia and Alaska, would require an incredible 64 miles to be bored in the most ambitious tunneling project ever undertaken. [AL]
16:50
Astronauts and cosmonauts battle a life-threatening fire and tackle an out-of-control cargo ship on the Russian space station, MIR. [9-A]
17:40
A deadly collision in orbit punctures the hull of Russian space station, MIR. As oxygen seeps into space, the crew's lifeboat begins to die. [9-A]
18:30
How are exercise bikes, Cornish pasties, pasta makers, and slate products made? [AL]
18:55
How are channel signs are created, wetsuits are manufactured, and aluminium aircrafts made? [AL]
19:20
How do they turn used aluminium cans into planes and rockets? Plus, how do they carve the traditional Black Forest cuckoo clock? [AL]
19:45
How do they build the ultimate car crushing colossus? Plus, how do Lea and Perrins concoct their Worcestershire sauce? [AL]
20:10
A look at how the amazing, and massive, decorations on Mardi Gras carnival floats are created, how rock candy is twisted together, and a look at how dentures are made. [AL]
20:35
How do they harvest and treat the world's most expensive tea? Plus, how does the Siekierki power plant of Warsaw, Poland heat half the city's homes? [AL]
21:00
Dark matter and energy battle for the cosmos and the winner will determine the universe's fate. New discoveries may reveal which force will win. [AL]
21:50
Believers in Intelligent Design argue complex life could not have evolved randomly. Was life created by evolution? By God? Or both? [AL]
22:40
Are time and space the same thing, and did the Big Bang start the cosmic clock? Is time itself an illusion? New experiments may hold the answer. [AL]
23:30
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]
00:20
Is there another Earth with liquid oceans, rocky continents and life? Astronomers seek the answer with spectroscopy and direct imaging. [AL]
01:10
Jon and Brian reconstruct a typical Hollywood movie stunt. Plus, they test three mythical cures to see if it's possible to chop an onion, without tearing up. [AL]
02:00
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol. [AL]
02:48
Dark matter and energy battle for the cosmos and the winner will determine the universe's fate. New discoveries may reveal which force will win. [AL]
03:36
How are zip line brakes, silk fibre lamps, round balers, and comfort shoes made? [AL]
04:00
How are armoured vehicles, tension fabric buildings, rowers, and sculpture enlargements made? [AL]
04:24
How are mountain bike suspensions, surgical sutures, grain dryers, and frying pans made? [AL]
04:48
How are downhill ski bindings, immersion parts washers, mining ventilation and pencil sharpeners made? [AL]
05:12
Ever wondered how a Lotus Evora 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 everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
06:00
How are exercise bikes, Cornish pasties, pasta makers, and slate products made? [AL]
06:24
How are channel signs are created, wetsuits are manufactured, and aluminium aircrafts made? [AL]
06:48
How do they turn used aluminium cans into planes and rockets? Plus, how do they carve the traditional Black Forest cuckoo clock? [AL]
07:12
How do they build the ultimate car crushing colossus? Plus, how do Lea and Perrins concoct their Worcestershire sauce? [AL]
07:36
A look at how the amazing, and massive, decorations on Mardi Gras carnival floats are created, how rock candy is twisted together, and a look at how dentures are made. [AL]
08:00
How do they harvest and treat the world's most expensive tea? Plus, how does the Siekierki power plant of Warsaw, Poland heat half the city's homes? [AL]
08:24
Astronauts and cosmonauts battle a life-threatening fire and tackle an out-of-control cargo ship on the Russian space station, MIR. [9-A]
09:12
A deadly collision in orbit punctures the hull of Russian space station, MIR. As oxygen seeps into space, the crew's lifeboat begins to die. [9-A]
10:00
Faced with the dire consequences of global warming, the people of Texas have come up with a radical solution: a giant geodesic dome, 1,500 feet high, to cover the city. [AL]
10:48
The Bering Strait tunnel, designed to connect Russia and Alaska, would require an incredible 64 miles to be bored in the most ambitious tunneling project ever undertaken. [AL]
11:36
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
12:00
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
12:24
How are zip line brakes, silk fibre lamps, round balers, and comfort shoes made? [AL]
12:50
Dark matter and energy battle for the cosmos and the winner will determine the universe's fate. New discoveries may reveal which force will win. [AL]
13:38
Brian Louden and Jon Lung go to extreme lengths to see if a full-grown human really could be sent sprawling by a single piece of plumage. [AL]
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? [AL]
15:14
Personal Pods are a high-speed, non-stop, self-driving transit system that could solve traffic problems in Washington DC. How would they work? [AL]
16:02
Could an underground city be the answer to Chicago's space and transport problems? Using templates set by Amsterdam and Moscow, planners hope to build 1,000 feet beneath the Loop. [AL]
16:50
A toxic ammonia leak endangers an entire crew. Meanwhile, a cosmonaut narrowly survives re-entry, only to be stranded in the wilderness. [9-A]
17:40
During a classified mission, the crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis discovers fatal damage to the heat shield tiles on the underbelly of their ship. [9-A]
18:30
How do they engineer the latest incarnation of the classic Royal Enfield Continental GT motorbike? Plus, how do 'art detectives' spot a forgery? [AL]
18:55
How do they blend science and destruction at crash test centres? And how do they piece together the complex mechanism of a pocket sized umbrella? [AL]
19:20
How do they extract iron ore from one of the most remote mines on the planet? And how do they make chandeliers that are fit for a queen? [AL]
19:45
How do they forge the blades to crack open oyster shells? Plus, how do scientists in a lab grow the synthetic diamonds of the future? [AL]
20:10
How do they make cheddar, the world's most popular cheese? How do they breathe life into Rususci Anne - the plastic woman that teaches CPR? [AL]
20:35
How do Ford produce the ubiquitous white van, the Transit? Plus, how do they ensure the Driza-bone coat lives up to its name? [AL]
21:00
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a bike that can ride on water, social robots and a device that improves the reaction time of boxers. [6-G]
21:50
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a remote controlled lawn mower, a digital guitar, and an indestructible torch. [6-G]
22:40
Johnny Galecki and his team of pranksters discover what happens when a 3D printer makes a permanent mistake and how simple chemistry can cause serious mischief. [AL]
23:05
Johnny Galecki and his genius team of pranksters find out what happens when sushi comes alive to cause havoc in the lab and liven up a birthday party. [AL]
23:30
Astronauts and cosmonauts battle a life-threatening fire and tackle an out-of-control cargo ship on the Russian space station, MIR. [9-A]
00:20
A deadly collision in orbit punctures the hull of Russian space station, MIR. As oxygen seeps into space, the crew's lifeboat begins to die. [9-A]
01:10
Brian Louden and Jon Lung go to extreme lengths to see if a full-grown human really could be sent sprawling by a single piece of plumage. [AL]
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? [AL]
02:48
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a bike that can ride on water, social robots and a device that improves the reaction time of boxers. [6-G]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how motion sensors and diving helmets are made. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how rawhide lampshades and MRI scanners are made. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how noise barrier walls, Bourbon, and front-load washers are made. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how membrane filters, bridge ties, and Bi-planes are made. [AL]
05:12
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]
05:36
Ever wondered how everyday items are made? More common items are put under the microscope to find out. [AL]