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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they rescue the crew of a sunken submarine? Leading submarine rescue specialists test the ability of the world's navies to respond to an underwater emergency. [AL]
06:24
How do they guide the world's largest cruise ships under low bridges? How do they find Alba's famous expensive white truffles? And how do they mine Trinidad's natural asphalt lake? [AL]
06:48
How is rubber made into chewing gum? How are fish hooks strong enough to catch a shark? How are the models built at the world's largest Legoland? [AL]
07:12
How do they build Formula 1 racing cars? How is the Leatherman, America's best-selling multi-tool made? How do they create classic Finnish Aalto glassware? [AL]
07:36
How do they make the finest Panama hats? Who rounds up Florida's escaped pythons? How do they keep drivers safe in the world's longest tunnel? [AL]
08:00
How do they build working miniature airports? How do they design houses to survive hurricanes? How is rhubarb cultivated in the dark? [AL]
08:24
Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei. [AL]
09:12
Martin and Liz explore Iceland to see if its volcanoes could cause chaos in the future. Later, Martin samples an insane motorsport on ashy slopes. [AL]
10:00
A plan to install 78 massive gates across the three inlets into Venice's lagoon may save the city from sinking. Watch the mammoth project take shape. [AL]
10:48
An in-depth look at the future of energy. From sustainable sources to finite supplies of oil, coal and gas that threaten to destroy the earth. [AL]
11:36
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy. [AL]
12:00
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
12:24
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
12:50
There are billions of stars in the galaxy, with billions of planets surrounding them. New discoveries force the question - is Earth the only planet with life on it?
13:38
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with1,000lb of high explosive before building a homemade machine gun from Breaking Bad's season finale. [AL]
14:26
In the Mythbusters final season farewell, they build a trebuchet and attempt to save Buster's life with their favourite mechanical cure all: duct tape. [AL]
15:14
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. [AL]
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. [AL]
16:50
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
17:40
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb? [AL]
18:30
How do billions of bees produce tonnes of California almonds? How do they clear the snow to keep Norway's planes in action? How are tricky stains removed? [AL]
18:55
How is a modern fighter jet built? How do Belgium's Trappist monks make the world's finest beers? How do they build America's best performing SUV? [AL]
19:20
How do volcanoes help produce the world's best guacamole? How do they build trucks that can cross swamps? How do they make the world-famous Fiskars scissors? [AL]
19:45
How do they make steel cables strong enough to hold up a 50,000 tonne bridge? Why do modern hunters use medieval weapons? [AL]
20:10
How do they make Tennessee whiskey the traditional Lincoln County way? How do night goggles work? How do the Finnish relax in 160-degree saunas? [AL]
20:35
How do they grow enough vanilla to make the world's favourite ice cream flavour? How are anchors for huge ships built? How are 12 million lighters made every year? [AL]
21:00
It's monsoon season. Ryan fights the elements returning to Lukla with sick climbers. Andy faces a deadly blackout flying out to rescue a climber with a serious injury.
21:50
Scientists are taken on three different missions - the kill-zone of an active volcano, the rainforests of Papua New Guinea, and the Bolivian jungle. [12-A]
22:40
Rookie trailblazer Chris leads the hunt for a caiman after Nick's accident. Plus, a lightning storm pins down Shaun's team on an active volcano. [12-A]
23:30
Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei. [AL]
00:20
Martin and Liz explore Iceland to see if its volcanoes could cause chaos in the future. Later, Martin samples an insane motorsport on ashy slopes. [AL]
01:10
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with1,000lb of high explosive before building a homemade machine gun from Breaking Bad's season finale. [AL]
02:00
In the Mythbusters final season farewell, they build a trebuchet and attempt to save Buster's life with their favourite mechanical cure all: duct tape. [AL]
02:48
It's monsoon season. Ryan fights the elements returning to Lukla with sick climbers. Andy faces a deadly blackout flying out to rescue a climber with a serious injury.
03:36
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy. [AL]
04:00
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
04:24
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
04:48
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928. [AL]
05:12
Turning plump green fruit into sliced black olives, frozen fruit pops like guilt-free smoothies on a stick, and wafer-thin cookie chips. [AL]
05:36
Spotlighting the process of making Mexi-Fries from potatoes, chocolate almond toffees connected to a comedy sketch, and a California distillery that makes absinthe. [AL]
06:00
How do billions of bees produce tonnes of California almonds? How do they clear the snow to keep Norway's planes in action? How are tricky stains removed? [AL]
06:24
How is a modern fighter jet built? How do Belgium's Trappist monks make the world's finest beers? How do they build America's best performing SUV? [AL]
06:48
How do volcanoes help produce the world's best guacamole? How do they build trucks that can cross swamps? How do they make the world-famous Fiskars scissors? [AL]
07:12
How do they make steel cables strong enough to hold up a 50,000 tonne bridge? Why do modern hunters use medieval weapons? [AL]
07:36
How do they make Tennessee whiskey the traditional Lincoln County way? How do night goggles work? How do the Finnish relax in 160-degree saunas? [AL]
08:00
How do they grow enough vanilla to make the world's favourite ice cream flavour? How are anchors for huge ships built? How are 12 million lighters made every year? [AL]
08:24
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
09:12
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb? [AL]
10:00
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. [AL]
10:48
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. [AL]
11:36
How do Japanese master chefs prepare the extremely poisonous puffer fish and avoid killing their customers? And how do Scots weave over 700 types of tartan for kilts? [AL]
12:00
How do they design and produce the ultimate kingpin bowling ball? How do they raise and lower Tower Bridge? And how do they produce millions of gummy bears a day? Find out. [AL]
12:24
How do they run Ryker's Island, one of the biggest jails in the world? How do they make the famous Royal Mail post box? And how do they turn fruit into jam? Find out. [AL]
12:50
It's monsoon season. Ryan fights the elements returning to Lukla with sick climbers. Andy faces a deadly blackout flying out to rescue a climber with a serious injury.
13:38
In their farewell season the guys stir up some cooking chaos; testing two viral video sensations: cannon fired shrimp and an explosive tomato smoothie. [AL]
14:26
In their farewell season, Adam and Jamie go out with a bang. They bid farewell to their favorite pastime with two explosive tall tales. [AL]
15:14
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. [AL]
16:02
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
16:50
Martin and Liz travel from the glaciers of Canada to the heat of Death Valley to reveal evidence of the most powerful geological events - Ice Ages. [AL]
17:40
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind? [AL]
18:30
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels? How do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet? [AL]
18:55
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese? [AL]
19:20
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines? [AL]
19:45
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
20:10
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream? [AL]
20:35
How do stuntmen survive a bad day at work? How do they mine precious amber gemstones? How do they build Seabreacher watercraft that move like dolphins? [AL]
21:00
Jon and Brian wreak havoc with a 700-lb water-heater torpedo. And, can an exploding sleeping bag full of flatulence bust another myth? [AL]
21:50
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]
22:40
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]
23:30
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
00:20
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb? [AL]
01:10
In their farewell season the guys stir up some cooking chaos; testing two viral video sensations: cannon fired shrimp and an explosive tomato smoothie. [AL]
02:00
In their farewell season, Adam and Jamie go out with a bang. They bid farewell to their favorite pastime with two explosive tall tales. [AL]
02:48
Jon and Brian wreak havoc with a 700-lb water-heater torpedo. And, can an exploding sleeping bag full of flatulence bust another myth? [AL]
03:36
How do Japanese master chefs prepare the extremely poisonous puffer fish and avoid killing their customers? And how do Scots weave over 700 types of tartan for kilts? [AL]
04:00
How do they design and produce the ultimate kingpin bowling ball? How do they raise and lower Tower Bridge? And how do they produce millions of gummy bears a day? Find out. [AL]
04:24
How do they run Ryker's Island, one of the biggest jails in the world? How do they make the famous Royal Mail post box? And how do they turn fruit into jam? Find out. [AL]
04:48
How do they make playing cards that can defeat a cheat? How do they brew a billion bottles of lager a year? And how do they make the world's most luxurious private jets? [AL]
05:12
How do they put the holes in Swiss cheese? How do they restore and improve a classic battle tank? And how do robotic librarians run one of the world's biggest book collections? [AL]
05:36
How do they persuade an oyster to grow a perfect pearl? How do they put the twist in classic Pennsylvania pretzels? And how do they build Venice's traditional gondolas? [AL]
06:00
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels? How do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet? [AL]
06:24
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese? [AL]
06:48
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines? [AL]
07:12
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
07:36
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream? [AL]
08:00
How do stuntmen survive a bad day at work? How do they mine precious amber gemstones? How do they build Seabreacher watercraft that move like dolphins? [AL]
08:24
Martin and Liz travel from the glaciers of Canada to the heat of Death Valley to reveal evidence of the most powerful geological events - Ice Ages. [AL]
09:12
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind? [AL]
10:00
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. [AL]
10:48
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
11:36
How do they make a perfectly unpredictable roulette wheel? How do they produce the world's purest olive oil? And how can a rusty wreck be transformed into a classic Batmobile? [AL]
12:00
How do they instruct robots to mass-produce cars, and how do they transform the world's biggest football stadium into its largest ice hockey arena? Find out. [AL]
12:24
How do they craft accordions? How do they make the wasabi that puts a kick in Japan's raw fish? And how do they produce duck calls that can trick birds? [AL]
12:50
Jon and Brian wreak havoc with a 700-lb water-heater torpedo. And, can an exploding sleeping bag full of flatulence bust another myth? [AL]
13:38
The MythBusters Volunteer Special tackles a myth about zombie weapons & how best to wait in line at a store. An army of human guinea pigs/volunteers help out! [AL]
14:26
In their farewell season Adam and Jamie test the fan favourite, explosive technology, in a one mega-myth in-depth episode - are gummy bears a viable rocket fuel? [AL]
15:14
Two pioneers in electric power both aim to develop technologies that reduce carbon emissions - both using electric motors and batteries in aviation and speedboats. [AL]
16:02
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]
16:50
A look at how stars dominate the cosmos. Where did the first stars come from, and could their explosive deaths help forge the solar system? [AL]
17:40
A look at how the universe began. Scientists explore the fabric of the cosmos, using revolutionary new telescopes and computers to go back to the big bang. [AL]
18:30
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? [AL]
18:55
How is viscose transformed into clothing and cloth? How do they produce the world's favourite fizzy drinks? How do they make traditional English snuff? [AL]
19:20
How do they build the world's most expensive cable cars? How is vodka produced from grass? How do social networks connect people around the world? [AL]
19:45
How do skydiving suits work? How do they produce Surströmming, one of the world's smelliest foods? How do they transform weeds into walls? [AL]
20:10
How do they mine precious opals beneath one of the hottest deserts on earth? How do they build breath-taking stunt planes and how do they make nougat? [AL]
20:35
How do they farm the expensive spice saffron, how do they create giant roads made entirely from ice and how do they manufacture a muscle car? [AL]
21:00
How did a crumbling Peak District hill and dunes in California cause the closure of two roads? Plus, why did a route used by the French Resistance shut in 2003? [AL]
21:50
Justin uncovers the truth behind a catastrophic landslide that wiped out a ski-jump resort in Turkey, before jetting off to Gibraltar to see an airport runway built across a road. [AL]
22:40
Would you ever believe a skyscraper can melt a car? Justin heads to London's Walkie Talkie building to unearth the science behind this bizarre building blunder. [AL]
23:30
Martin and Liz travel from the glaciers of Canada to the heat of Death Valley to reveal evidence of the most powerful geological events - Ice Ages. [AL]
00:20
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind? [AL]
01:10
The MythBusters Volunteer Special tackles a myth about zombie weapons & how best to wait in line at a store. An army of human guinea pigs/volunteers help out! [AL]
02:00
In their farewell season Adam and Jamie test the fan favourite, explosive technology, in a one mega-myth in-depth episode - are gummy bears a viable rocket fuel? [AL]
02:48
How did a crumbling Peak District hill and dunes in California cause the closure of two roads? Plus, why did a route used by the French Resistance shut in 2003? [AL]
03:36
How do they make a perfectly unpredictable roulette wheel? How do they produce the world's purest olive oil? And how can a rusty wreck be transformed into a classic Batmobile? [AL]
04:00
How do they instruct robots to mass-produce cars, and how do they transform the world's biggest football stadium into its largest ice hockey arena? Find out. [AL]
04:24
How do they craft accordions? How do they make the wasabi that puts a kick in Japan's raw fish? And how do they produce duck calls that can trick birds? [AL]
04:48
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers? [AL]
05:12
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. [AL]
05:36
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? [AL]