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Discovery Science
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets.
06:26
At an ancient city lost in the Peruvian desert for 5,000 years, experts find signs of strange rituals. Was it the first civilization of the Americas?
07:14
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
08:02
Sean finally gives the reigns to Matt Hughes, who leads the team to their best tornado intercept ever. Then triumph turns to tragedy as Storm Chasers loses one of its own.
08:50
Jets over to Spain to one of the most advanced and powerful planes in the world. Plus, there's a secret to making warm waterproof boots and how bananas get just ripe.
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes?
09:38
At an ancient city lost in the Peruvian desert for 5,000 years, experts find signs of strange rituals. Was it the first civilization of the Americas?
10:26
How many volts can electricity conductor, Mohan Nair, channel through his body? Plus, people typically pass out at forces of 4G, so how can pilot Hannes withstand 14G?
11:14
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
12:02
Sean finally gives the reigns to Matt Hughes, who leads the team to their best tornado intercept ever. Then triumph turns to tragedy as Storm Chasers loses one of its own.
12:50
Aliens almost certainly do exist; why have we not met them? We now have instruments powerful enough to scan for them and one astronomer claims she has heard efforts to communicate.
13:38
Jets over to Spain to one of the most advanced and powerful planes in the world. Plus, there's a secret to making warm waterproof boots and how bananas get just ripe.
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes?
14:26
At an ancient city lost in the Peruvian desert for 5,000 years, experts find signs of strange rituals. Was it the first civilization of the Americas?
15:14
How many volts can electricity conductor, Mohan Nair, channel through his body? Plus, people typically pass out at forces of 4G, so how can pilot Hannes withstand 14G?
16:02
Sean finally gives the reigns to Matt Hughes, who leads the team to their best tornado intercept ever. Then triumph turns to tragedy as Storm Chasers loses one of its own.
16:50
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible?
17:40
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
18:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
18:30
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.
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
19:20
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
20:10
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
21:00
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.
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
21:50
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?
22:40
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
23:30
John Noble explores questions that some say should not be asked including why scientists were so keen to get their hands on the dead body of Alexis St Martin whilst he was alive.
00:20
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible?
01:10
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
02:00
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.
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
02:48
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?
03:36
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
04:24
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
05:12
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible?
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made.
06:26
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.
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
07:14
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
08:02
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
08:50
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
09:38
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.
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
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
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
12:02
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
12:50
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible?
13:38
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
14:26
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.
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
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
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
16:50
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
17:40
How do they use one of the slipperiest substances on earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers?
18:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers?
18:30
How did engineers build the longest and deepest rail tunnel on the planet? Discover how 25 million tons of rocks were moved to build this modern wonder.
19:20
The west coast main line railway between London and Scotland is one of the busiest in the world. This film follows the monumental job of replacing the track.
20:10
The supercell system tearing across South Dakota spawns a massive tornado that gives all the teams plenty of almost non-stop intercept action.
21:00
How did engineers build the longest and deepest rail tunnel on the planet? Discover how 25 million tons of rocks were moved to build this modern wonder.
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 use one of the slipperiest substances on earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers?
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers?
23:30
John Noble profiles more strange science, including the work of Egas Moniz who invented the Lobotomy, and whose work was so controversial one of his patients shot him six times.
00:20
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
01:10
The supercell system tearing across South Dakota spawns a massive tornado that gives all the teams plenty of almost non-stop intercept action.
02:00
How did engineers build the longest and deepest rail tunnel on the planet? Discover how 25 million tons of rocks were moved to build this modern wonder.
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
The west coast main line railway between London and Scotland is one of the busiest in the world. This film follows the monumental job of replacing the track.
04:24
How do they use one of the slipperiest substances on earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers?
05:12
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
06:00
How do they cast bells fit for the world's greatest cathedrals? And how do they clear up the effect of one of America's biggest storms?
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including wood panel canvases and shoelaces?
07:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes?
07:38
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
08:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers?
08:26
A look at how products are made. Featuring how leather is produced, how goods are moved down the Grand Canal and how Flyboard is created.
08:50
A look at how skyline logging wrangles Vancouver's most elusive trees. Plus, muscle and skill turns ordinary clay into intricate tiles in a Spanish workshop.
09:14
Jets over to Spain to one of the most advanced and powerful planes in the world. Plus, there's a secret to making warm waterproof boots and how bananas get just ripe.
09:38
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain?
10:02
How do they use one of the slipperiest substances on earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers?
10:26
The deadliest tornado of the season tears a hundred mile path across Mississippi and destroys Yazoo City. For the team, an epic chase turns into a race to save lives.
11:14
Reed pursues new TV weather woman Ginger Zee leaving teammates out in the cold. And as twisters rip through the Ozarks, one long-time chaser calls it quits.
12:02
Sean finally gives the reigns to Matt Hughes, who leads the team to their best tornado intercept ever. Then triumph turns to tragedy as Storm Chasers loses one of its own.
12:50
Sean's team struggles with the death of a teammate, Reed arms the Dominator with probe cannons and Tim smokes out a South Dakota monster that just keeps growing.
13:38
The supercell system tearing across South Dakota spawns a massive tornado that gives all the teams plenty of almost non-stop intercept action.
14:26
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
15:14
Journey through space and examine the cosmic battles being waged between celestial bodies. Could our own galaxy clash with its closest neighbour Andromeda?
16:02
Aliens almost certainly do exist; why have we not met them? We now have instruments powerful enough to scan for them and one astronomer claims she has heard efforts to communicate.
16:50
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible?
17:40
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
18:30
Adam and Jamie ask if drifting is faster than driving -on dirt- then they return to fan favourite 'What Is Bulletproof?' featuring lighters and fish tanks.
19:20
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from designing a robotic drawing arm to making a bike that exercises the whole body.
20:10
At an ancient city lost in the Peruvian desert for 5,000 years, experts find signs of strange rituals. Was it the first civilization of the Americas?
21:00
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.
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including almonds and high-end motorcycles made?
21:50
How did engineers build the longest and deepest rail tunnel on the planet? Discover how 25 million tons of rocks were moved to build this modern wonder.
22:40
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished?
23:30
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
00:20
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
01:10
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
02:00
The west coast main line railway between London and Scotland is one of the busiest in the world. This film follows the monumental job of replacing the track.
02:48
A look at how products are made. Featuring how leather is produced, how goods are moved down the Grand Canal and how Flyboard is created.
03:12
A look at how skyline logging wrangles Vancouver's most elusive trees. Plus, muscle and skill turns ordinary clay into intricate tiles in a Spanish workshop.
03:36
Jets over to Spain to one of the most advanced and powerful planes in the world. Plus, there's a secret to making warm waterproof boots and how bananas get just ripe.
04:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
04:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including wood panel canvases and shoelaces?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes?
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers?