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Discovery Science
06:00
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. [AL]
06:26
A fearless flyer tries to soar at 200km an hour between office blocks without an aircraft, as another daredevil hurls himself at 145 km an hour towards the ground. [9-AT]
06:50
A wind-fuelled fire traps a construction worker on a narrow balcony. The intense heat melts windows next to him, so does he jump or hope for rescue before the building collapses? [9-AT]
07:14
Shanghai is groaning under the weight of its superabundant population. Could constructing a revolutionary skyscraper (and the world's tallest tower) be the answer to its problems? [AL]
08:02
Examines the various forces that have made Silicon Valley a magnet for innovators from all over the world. Forces that included government and military funding. [AL]
08:50
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]
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including gyroscopic stabilizers made? [AL]
09:38
A fearless flyer tries to soar at 200km an hour between office blocks without an aircraft, as another daredevil hurls himself at 145 km an hour towards the ground. [9-AT]
10:02
A wind-fuelled fire traps a construction worker on a narrow balcony. The intense heat melts windows next to him, so does he jump or hope for rescue before the building collapses? [9-AT]
10:26
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking explores the world's favourite scientific 'what if?' Is it possible to travel back and forth within the fourth dimension, time? [AL]
11:14
Shanghai is groaning under the weight of its superabundant population. Could constructing a revolutionary skyscraper (and the world's tallest tower) be the answer to its problems? [AL]
12:02
Examines the various forces that have made Silicon Valley a magnet for innovators from all over the world. Forces that included government and military funding. [AL]
12:50
Scientists have discovered evidence of a mysterious ninth planet on the very edge of our solar system, could its moons support extra-terrestrial life? [AL]
13:38
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]
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including gyroscopic stabilizers made? [AL]
14:26
A fearless flyer tries to soar at 200km an hour between office blocks without an aircraft, as another daredevil hurls himself at 145 km an hour towards the ground. [9-AT]
14:50
A wind-fuelled fire traps a construction worker on a narrow balcony. The intense heat melts windows next to him, so does he jump or hope for rescue before the building collapses? [9-AT]
15:14
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking explores the world's favourite scientific 'what if?' Is it possible to travel back and forth within the fourth dimension, time? [AL]
16:02
Examines the various forces that have made Silicon Valley a magnet for innovators from all over the world. Forces that included government and military funding. [AL]
16:50
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
17:40
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]
18:30
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
19:20
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? How do they make and test tennis balls? [AL]
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
20:10
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
21:00
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
21:50
Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality. [AL]
22:40
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? How do they make and test tennis balls? [AL]
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
23:30
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]
00:20
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
01:10
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
02:00
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
02:48
Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality. [AL]
03:36
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]
04:24
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? How do they make and test tennis balls? [AL]
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
05:12
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
06:00
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. [AL]
06:26
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
07:14
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]
08:02
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
08:50
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? How do they make and test tennis balls? [AL]
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
09:38
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
10:26
Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality. [AL]
11:14
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]
12:02
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
12:50
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
13:38
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? How do they make and test tennis balls? [AL]
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
14:26
The crew attempts to recreate a giant catapult and soon discovers manufacturing the bow that powers the device is more complicated than expected. [AL]
15:14
Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality. [AL]
16:02
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
16:50
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
17:40
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city. [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
19:20
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]
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
20:10
John D. Rockefeller, the king of kerosene, and Thomas Scott, the visionary behind the Pennsylvania Railroad, battle for control of America's new oil industry. [12-G]
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
21:50
Why does the universe follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos. [AL]
22:40
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]
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
23:30
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city. [AL]
00:20
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
01:10
John D. Rockefeller, the king of kerosene, and Thomas Scott, the visionary behind the Pennsylvania Railroad, battle for control of America's new oil industry. [12-G]
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
02:48
Why does the universe follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos. [AL]
03:36
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city. [AL]
04:24
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]
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
05:12
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
06:00
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain? [AL]
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
07:14
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city. [AL]
08:02
Get an introspective look inside everyday machines that are used the world over. In this episode, get a razor-sharp insight into the functionalities of the chainsaw. [AL]
08:50
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]
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
10:26
Why does the universe follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos. [AL]
11:14
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city. [AL]
12:02
Get an introspective look inside everyday machines that are used the world over. In this episode, get a razor-sharp insight into the functionalities of the chainsaw. [AL]
12:50
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
13:38
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]
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
15:14
Why does the universe follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos. [AL]
16:02
Get an introspective look inside everyday machines that are used the world over. In this episode, get a razor-sharp insight into the functionalities of the chainsaw. [AL]
16:50
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]
17:40
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]
18:30
A new artefact might prove that Vikings reached the Midwest. Experts build a replica boat to test if they could have made the dangerous journey. [6-GT]
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
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as dry erase boards and air rifles made? [AL]
20:10
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world. [12-G]
21:00
A new artefact might prove that Vikings reached the Midwest. Experts build a replica boat to test if they could have made the dangerous journey. [6-GT]
21:50
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [AL]
22:40
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]
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as dry erase boards and air rifles made? [AL]
23:30
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]
00:20
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]
01:10
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world. [12-G]
02:00
A new artefact might prove that Vikings reached the Midwest. Experts build a replica boat to test if they could have made the dangerous journey. [6-GT]
02:48
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [AL]
03:36
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]
04:24
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]
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as dry erase boards and air rifles made? [AL]
05:12
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]