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Discovery Science
06:00
How are banknotes designed and printed; and how is leather hide transformed into pairs of shiny shoes?
06:26
In order to continue to stay relevant in the automotive world, Maserati decides to take on the challenge of growing their business. How? Shrink the supercar.
07:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the ongoing Canadian diamond rush.
08:02
Mercury is the most difficult place to reach in the solar system, and physicist Dr Basil Singer faces light, heat and radiation all ten times as strong as Earth.
08:50
How do they carry out maintenance on the Eiffel Tower; and how do they design and build the ultimate snowboards?
09:14
Discovers how fruit leather, addictive cheese curds and zingy guacamole are created from raw materials to finished products.
09:38
In order to continue to stay relevant in the automotive world, Maserati decides to take on the challenge of growing their business. How? Shrink the supercar.
10:26
21st Century explorers have set sail on an age of discovery that eclipses anything dreamed of by Columbus. What does the future hold for galactic travellers?
11:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the ongoing Canadian diamond rush.
12:02
In 2009, an Air France flight disappears, but could this tragedy happen again? After a huge area of Siberian forest is destroyed, it's a race to find the culprit.
12:50
Mercury is the most difficult place to reach in the solar system, and physicist Dr Basil Singer faces light, heat and radiation all ten times as strong as Earth.
13:38
How do they carry out maintenance on the Eiffel Tower; and how do they design and build the ultimate snowboards?
14:02
Discovers how fruit leather, addictive cheese curds and zingy guacamole are created from raw materials to finished products.
14:26
In order to continue to stay relevant in the automotive world, Maserati decides to take on the challenge of growing their business. How? Shrink the supercar.
15:14
21st Century explorers have set sail on an age of discovery that eclipses anything dreamed of by Columbus. What does the future hold for galactic travellers?
16:02
Mercury is the most difficult place to reach in the solar system, and physicist Dr Basil Singer faces light, heat and radiation all ten times as strong as Earth.
16:50
Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
17:40
How do they turn coffee beans into decaffeinated coffee; how do they smoke fish; and how do they use water to power ships?
18:05
Discovers how eco-friendly coffee pods, addictive gyoza dumplings and moon cheese are created from raw materials to finished products.
18:30
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
19:20
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
20:10
It will take 1000 years to reach Gliese 581c. Physicist Dr Basil Singer researches futuristic propulsion to find something that can get him there in a human life time.
21:00
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
21:50
James Woods is on a journey to reveal world-changing breakthroughs and their implications for the future. He will ask the big questions and reveal a stunning image of the future.
22:40
How do they turn coffee beans into decaffeinated coffee; how do they smoke fish; and how do they use water to power ships?
23:05
Discovers how eco-friendly coffee pods, addictive gyoza dumplings and moon cheese are created from raw materials to finished products.
23:30
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
00:20
Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
01:10
It will take 1000 years to reach Gliese 581c. Physicist Dr Basil Singer researches futuristic propulsion to find something that can get him there in a human life time.
02:00
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
02:48
James Woods is on a journey to reveal world-changing breakthroughs and their implications for the future. He will ask the big questions and reveal a stunning image of the future.
03:36
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
04:24
How do they turn coffee beans into decaffeinated coffee; how do they smoke fish; and how do they use water to power ships?
04:48
Discovers how eco-friendly coffee pods, addictive gyoza dumplings and moon cheese are created from raw materials to finished products.
05:12
Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
06:00
How do they make toothbrushes; how do they produce millions of car batteries; and how are cacao beans transformed into chocolate?
06:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
07:14
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
08:02
It will take 1000 years to reach Gliese 581c. Physicist Dr Basil Singer researches futuristic propulsion to find something that can get him there in a human life time.
08:50
How do they turn coffee beans into decaffeinated coffee; how do they smoke fish; and how do they use water to power ships?
09:14
Discovers how eco-friendly coffee pods, addictive gyoza dumplings and moon cheese are created from raw materials to finished products.
09:38
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
10:26
Explore how ground-breaking advances in medicine are now making age just a manageable chronic condition, and sickness a thing of the past.
11:14
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
12:02
Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
12:50
It will take 1000 years to reach Gliese 581c. Physicist Dr Basil Singer researches futuristic propulsion to find something that can get him there in a human life time.
13:38
How do they turn coffee beans into decaffeinated coffee; how do they smoke fish; and how do they use water to power ships?
14:02
Discovers how eco-friendly coffee pods, addictive gyoza dumplings and moon cheese are created from raw materials to finished products.
14:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game?
15:14
Explore how ground-breaking advances in medicine are now making age just a manageable chronic condition, and sickness a thing of the past.
16:02
It will take 1000 years to reach Gliese 581c. Physicist Dr Basil Singer researches futuristic propulsion to find something that can get him there in a human life time.
16:50
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
17:40
How do investigators establish the cause of a fire; and why are oak barrels important in traditional French winemaking?
18:05
Discovers how single sturgeon can produce a bowl of sustainable caviar worth $12,000 and discover the secret to making decadent ice wine truffles.
18:30
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
19:20
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship.
20:10
Black holes are the ultimate abyss, capable of swallowing up a star the size of our Sun in seconds. But is there more to a black hole than just darkness?
21:00
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
21:50
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
22:40
How do investigators establish the cause of a fire; and why are oak barrels important in traditional French winemaking?
23:05
Discovers how single sturgeon can produce a bowl of sustainable caviar worth $12,000 and discover the secret to making decadent ice wine truffles.
23:30
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship.
00:20
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
01:10
Black holes are the ultimate abyss, capable of swallowing up a star the size of our Sun in seconds. But is there more to a black hole than just darkness?
02:00
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
02:48
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
03:36
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship.
04:24
How do investigators establish the cause of a fire; and why are oak barrels important in traditional French winemaking?
04:48
Discovers how single sturgeon can produce a bowl of sustainable caviar worth $12,000 and discover the secret to making decadent ice wine truffles.
05:12
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
06:00
How do they carry out maintenance on the Eiffel Tower; and how do they design and build the ultimate snowboards?
06:26
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
07:14
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship.
08:02
Black holes are the ultimate abyss, capable of swallowing up a star the size of our Sun in seconds. But is there more to a black hole than just darkness?
08:50
How do investigators establish the cause of a fire; and why are oak barrels important in traditional French winemaking?
09:14
Discovers how single sturgeon can produce a bowl of sustainable caviar worth $12,000 and discover the secret to making decadent ice wine truffles.
09:38
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
10:26
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
11:14
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship.
12:02
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz.
12:50
Black holes are the ultimate abyss, capable of swallowing up a star the size of our Sun in seconds. But is there more to a black hole than just darkness?
13:38
How do investigators establish the cause of a fire; and why are oak barrels important in traditional French winemaking?
14:02
Discovers how single sturgeon can produce a bowl of sustainable caviar worth $12,000 and discover the secret to making decadent ice wine truffles.
14:26
A countdown of the craziest videos of unbelievable inventions and creations on the web. A double sunset? Tattoos that play sound? Only science can explain.
15:14
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
16:02
Black holes are the ultimate abyss, capable of swallowing up a star the size of our Sun in seconds. But is there more to a black hole than just darkness?
16:50
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.
17:40
How do they build the world's fastest lawnmowers; how do they set the price of bread; and how do they use coconuts to clean water?
18:05
Finds out how the cheese met the peanut butter in this legendary sandwich snack and discover how 1.5 million blueberry dumplings are produced in just one shift.
18:30
Scientists reveal codes telling a shocking story of power and betrayal in the Indian ode to love, challenging commonly-held beliefs about the Taj Mahal.
19:20
A rugged ship built to withstand tsunami size waves travels on a highway unlike any other in North America. Later, a fleet of machines combats a massive flood.
20:10
The Sun is a nuclear inferno, its surface raging with violent eruptions. Stunning CGI explores the secrets that lie beneath the surface of Earth's powerhouse.
21:00
Scientists reveal codes telling a shocking story of power and betrayal in the Indian ode to love, challenging commonly-held beliefs about the Taj Mahal.
21:50
The remaining competitors attempt to solve the myth about painting with explosives. And, they test the theory that alcohol increases creativity.
22:40
How do they build the world's fastest lawnmowers; how do they set the price of bread; and how do they use coconuts to clean water?
23:05
Finds out how the cheese met the peanut butter in this legendary sandwich snack and discover how 1.5 million blueberry dumplings are produced in just one shift.
23:30
A rugged ship built to withstand tsunami size waves travels on a highway unlike any other in North America. Later, a fleet of machines combats a massive flood.
00:20
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.
01:10
The Sun is a nuclear inferno, its surface raging with violent eruptions. Stunning CGI explores the secrets that lie beneath the surface of Earth's powerhouse.
02:00
Scientists reveal codes telling a shocking story of power and betrayal in the Indian ode to love, challenging commonly-held beliefs about the Taj Mahal.
02:48
The remaining competitors attempt to solve the myth about painting with explosives. And, they test the theory that alcohol increases creativity.
03:36
A rugged ship built to withstand tsunami size waves travels on a highway unlike any other in North America. Later, a fleet of machines combats a massive flood.
04:24
How do they build the world's fastest lawnmowers; how do they set the price of bread; and how do they use coconuts to clean water?
04:48
Finds out how the cheese met the peanut butter in this legendary sandwich snack and discover how 1.5 million blueberry dumplings are produced in just one shift.
05:12
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound.