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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they forge a set of jaws that can chomp through concrete, stitch the historic airman's bomber, and brew the oldest beer in the Western World? [AL]
06:24
How do they turn Sheffield steel into a carpenter's handsaw, make a microphone that can pick up a whisper, and safely steer through a frozen river? [AL]
06:48
How do they brew moonshine in the heart of New York City, make a battery powered bicycle, and grow the rubber for wetsuits in the Arizona desert? [AL]
07:12
How do they mine one of the rarest gemstones in the world, craft the classic cowboy boot, and build a road sweeper that can pick up seven tonnes of trash? [AL]
07:36
How do they make the world's softest duvets, drill for oil thousands of metres below ground, and put the stretch in rubber bands? [AL]
08:00
How do they build a diesel engine that can fly, make cough sweets, turn clear plastic into bank notes, and whip up ice cream flavours? [AL]
08:24
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
09:12
Drops of rain could be bringing us visitors from another planet, invading our bloodlines or infecting our technology. But are aliens already inside us? [AL]
10:00
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]
10:48
A strange deserted city in the US and a top-secret Soviet facility in the Eastern European countryside are deserted engineering projects. New findings reveal why. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made? [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as plastic model kits and light microscopes made? [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as gummy vitamins and boat trailers made? [AL]
12:50
How are everyday objects made? Common items including Thai barbeques, diving masks and fins, and bassoons go under the microscope. [AL]
13:14
How are everyday objects made? Common items including Moccasins, Electronic Impact Drills go under the microscope. [AL]
13:38
Can you fly using hair bleach for fuel? Eccentric duo Penn & Teller present seven unbelievable stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
14:26
Is hook and loop fabric really stronger than two monster trucks? Penn & Teller present seven stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
15:14
A Nazi structure that changed history and a Soviet monolith known as the Tower of Death are deserted engineering projects. Experts examine their origins. [AL]
16:02
Experts investigate the story behind an underwater graveyard of unexpected American treasures, and a network of tunnels hiding a secret history of New York. [AL]
16:50
The universe seems real, but what if it isn't? Scientists from all fields are exploring the possibility that life is virtual reality. [AL]
17:40
If you think you see everyone as equal you are kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
18:30
How do they turn a family car into a fortress on wheels, grow millions of perfect Christmas trees and hammer out the world's finest cymbals? [AL]
18:55
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]
19:20
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]
19:45
How do they turn trees into toilet paper? How do they make absinthe and how do they make cricket balls tough enough to face batsmen? [AL]
20:10
How do they cultivate green salad on scorching desert plains, how do they make rigging for ships and how do they produce lifesaving insulin from bread? [AL]
20:35
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
21:00
Trouble is lurking in the bodies of three different women. In rural Washington State, a teenager's shoulder pain leads to her to quarantine in a matter of days. [16-A]
21:50
Three healthy people with a love of the outdoors are struck down by a menace that lurks inside them. In Ohio, a young boy wastes away in front of his parents. [16-A]
22:40
Re-examines the outbreak of one of the world's deadliest viruses on record. How did scientists develop the vaccine that subsided the Ebola infection in 2014? [9-A]
23:30
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
00:20
Drops of rain could be bringing us visitors from another planet, invading our bloodlines or infecting our technology. But are aliens already inside us? [AL]
01:10
Can you fly using hair bleach for fuel? Eccentric duo Penn & Teller present seven unbelievable stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
02:00
Is hook and loop fabric really stronger than two monster trucks? Penn & Teller present seven stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
02:48
Trouble is lurking in the bodies of three different women. In rural Washington State, a teenager's shoulder pain leads to her to quarantine in a matter of days. [16-A]
03:36
How do they build the world's fastest electric car, turn horses' tails into fine fabrics, and clean the largest swimming pools in the world? [AL]
04:00
How do they feed France's appetite for snails, turn slabs of steel into shiny cutlery, and craft a kayak you can paddle with your feet? [AL]
04:24
How do they build emergency bridges that can take the weight of a tank, make a marker pen that never fades, and design a 200-mph superbike? [AL]
04:48
How do they blow the world's finest crystal, heat the deepest swimming pool, and fill a million bottles a day of the world's favourite ketchup? [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as stand-up paddleboards and vacuum cleaners made? [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as detectable warning panels and model Stirling engines made? [AL]
06:00
How do they make the tank piercing super bullet? Plus, how do they forge the infamous torture weapon, the dentist's drill? [AL]
06:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how scuba lights are manufactured and convertible sandals are produced. [AL]
06:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how wood windows are manufactured and woven cashmere is produced. [AL]
07:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how gas barbecues are manufactured and mattress pads are produced. [AL]
07:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how skateboards are manufactured and braided pastry is produced. [AL]
08:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how plasma gems are manufactured and special effects snow is made. [AL]
08:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how three-wheel electric bikes are manufactured and skin cream is made. [AL]
08:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how Wild West holsters are manufactured and water video housings are made. [AL]
09:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how wood garage doors are manufactured and animatronic dinosaurs are made. [AL]
09:36
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]
10:00
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]
10:24
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the world's most iconic buildings, but why does it lean? Investigators uncover the reasons for its tilt. [9-A]
11:12
Would you ever believe a skyscraper can melt a car? Justin heads to London's Walkie Talkie building to unearth the science behind this building blunder. [AL]
12:00
Justin braves the turbulent North Sea as he goes inside an offshore wind turbine to see how engineers are fixing a fault that could cause these structures to fall into the sea. [AL]
12:50
Justin's in for a bumpy ride as he investigates gigantic potholes in Louisiana. Later, he heads to London to get a sneak preview of London's vast Crossrail project. [AL]
13:38
Explore the world's best aircraft including the Eurofighter Typhoon, the Antonov 225 and the Airbus A380. Which is the ultimate super plane? [AL]
14:26
Each year trains carry 20.8bn people and 9.3tn tons of cargo. Explore the best; like the tilting N700 Bullet and the high speed TGV. [AL]
15:14
For decades humans have dreamed of going to Mars, and now we're finally on the brink of blasting off for the red planet. How close is its potential occupation? [AL]
16:02
Six experts deploy CIA-developed link analysis software, special ops intelligence training and extensive research to find out if aliens have made contact with Earth. [AL]
16:50
The team identifies a pattern of non-terrestrial sounds and odd sightings centred around an earthquake. Could some earthquakes be related to UFO activity? [AL]
17:40
Investigating Argentina's most credible military encounter, Paul and Kawa track down an eyewitness and the unexpected presence of NASA. What will they uncover? [AL]
18:30
If an asteroid collides with the earth it could end life on our planet as we know it. Experts reveal just how close we are to an apocalypse. [AL]
20:10
A recent UFO sighting in Phoenix leads Chuck and the team to Sedona, AZ. They explore whether the area's energy vortexes act as portals for otherworldly visitors. [AL-T]
21:00
The Witchcraft is one of the strangest disappearances from the Bermuda Triangle. An expedition leads to a shocking discovery on the sea floor. [AL]
21:50
When a Chinese moon rover breaks down, a NASA scientist points to a mysterious material that seemed to sabotage the Apollo missions, decades earlier. [AL]
22:40
Newly discovered documents reveal NASA's secret plan B for failure of the first moon landing. And NASA's Cassini mission unravels a 300-year-old mystery. [AL]
23:30
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. [AL]
00:20
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from using a vacuum cleaner as a didgeridoo to creating a mechanised super suit. [9-A]
01:10
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from using trees as dominos to cutting through walls with a firehose. [9-A]
02:00
Tory Belleci and Streetbike Tommy meet experts using cutting-edge explosives to turn entire mountains into gravel-sized bits essential for construction. [6-GA]
02:48
Tory Belleci and Streetbike Tommy meet experts from the FBI's bomb squad to reveal the forensics and technology required to investigate deadly bomb threats. [6-GA]
03:36
How do they forge a set of jaws that can chomp through concrete, stitch the historic airman's bomber, and brew the oldest beer in the Western World? [AL]
04:00
How do they turn Sheffield steel into a carpenter's handsaw, make a microphone that can pick up a whisper, and safely steer through a frozen river? [AL]
04:24
How do they brew moonshine in the heart of New York City, make a battery powered bicycle, and grow the rubber for wetsuits in the Arizona desert? [AL]
04:48
How do they mine one of the rarest gemstones in the world, craft the classic cowboy boot, and build a road sweeper that can pick up seven tonnes of trash? [AL]
05:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how upright pianos are manufactured and flags are produced. [AL]
05:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil lamps are manufactured and chocolate mints are produced. [AL]
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production processes. How are objects including dumplings and brass faucets made? [AL]
06:24
Tory Belleci and Streetbike Tommy check out one of the world's largest fireworks companies to reveal the explosive secrets of its pyrotechnics experts. [6-GA]
07:12
Tory Belleci and Streetbike Tommy meet the expert firefighters who use explosive technology to battle dangerous infernos. Is more fire the best antidote? [6-GA]
08:00
Tory Belleci and Streetbike Tommy meet experts of the battlefield who recreate black powder blasts from the Civil War and experiment with this deadly explosive. [6-GA]
08:48
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]
09:36
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. [AL]
10:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how NASCAR car bodies are manufactured and thermal coffee pots are produced. [AL]
10:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how electric vehicle charging stations are made and grappa is produced. [AL]
11:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how slate tiles are produced and hot dog carts are made. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how racing leathers are manufactured and wood rocking chairs are made. [AL]
12:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mountain bikes are produced and lever action rifles are manufactured. [AL]
12:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how saunas are produced and wheelchair lifts are manufactured. [AL]
12:50
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how upright pianos are manufactured and flags are produced. [AL]
13:14
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil lamps are manufactured and chocolate mints are produced. [AL]
13:38
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how skeletal replicas are manufactured and ice buckets are made. [AL]
14:02
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how automatic sliding doors are manufactured and gin is produced. [AL]
14:26
How are everyday objects made? Common items including Thai barbeques, diving masks and fins, and bassoons go under the microscope. [AL]
14:50
How are everyday objects made? Common items including Moccasins, Electronic Impact Drills go under the microscope. [AL]
15:14
A mega fish factory churns out 3 million pounds of seafood a day. Plus, a flying ambulance saves lives at 14,000 feet above Alaska's wilderness. [AL]
16:02
Only in Alaska can you find an airport made from nothing but water and ice. And next to a field of moose, 16 missiles stand by to prevent a nuclear disaster. [AL]
16:50
Former aerospace engineer Justin tries to keep the Glasgow Tower turning, and Tomo helps engineers in Osaka keep their airport from sinking into the sea. [AL]
17:40
Justin climbs on top of a stadium roof that is held up by air and in danger of collapse. Plus, Jimena Gascon discovers why Mexico City's Metro project has been derailed. [AL]
18:30
Justin uncovers the truth behind a 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]
19:20
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the world's most iconic buildings, but why does it lean? Investigators uncover the reasons for its tilt. [9-A]
20:10
Jeremy Wade reveals the new deep-sea discoveries that might prove the existence of the infamous giant squid. Is this underwater monster the legendary kraken? [12-A]
21:00
Justin and Emiliano investigate the possibility that the Knights Templar fled Europe and rebuilt their order in the Americas a century before Columbus. [AL]
21:50
Did aliens help build the Pyramids? Or does the ancient astronauts idea go back to Swiss author Erich von Daniken, whose books challenge religion and science? [6-G]
22:40
Discovers which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus. [6-G]
23:30
If an asteroid collides with the earth it could end life on our planet as we know it. Experts reveal just how close we are to an apocalypse. [AL]
01:10
A power failure occurs on the ISS forcing the crew to consider abandoning the station. Plus, during a spacewalk a cosmonaut is nearly stranded after a suit malfunction. [9-A]
02:00
A leak threatens the lives of astronauts upon re-entry. And a mission to the Salyut space station takes a surprise turn when the crew suffers from depressurisation. [9-A]
02:48
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
03:36
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
04:24
How do they make the world's softest duvets, drill for oil thousands of metres below ground, and put the stretch in rubber bands? [AL]
04:48
How do they build a diesel engine that can fly, make cough sweets, turn clear plastic into bank notes, and whip up ice cream flavours? [AL]
05:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how skeletal replicas are manufactured and ice buckets are made. [AL]
05:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how automatic sliding doors are manufactured and gin is produced. [AL]