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06:00
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
06:26
The 'Prototype This' team attempts to create equipment which will enable them to scale both smooth and rough vertical surfaces - mimicking the abilities of a gecko.
07:14
Can a trench corner really slow down a shockwave and save a soldier's life? Adam and Jamie put this First World War myth to the test.
08:02
In this episode, dive into an invisible world you will have to see to believe.
08:50
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
09:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind ramen noodle bowls, Challah and a chewy candy bar.
09:38
In California Rob and Stefan explore a cave, rumoured to house 100 pounds of gold, stashed away during the Gold Rush. Can their tech end the mystery?
10:26
The 'Prototype This' team attempts to create equipment which will enable them to scale both smooth and rough vertical surfaces - mimicking the abilities of a gecko.
11:14
Can a trench corner really slow down a shockwave and save a soldier's life? Adam and Jamie put this First World War myth to the test.
12:02
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
12:26
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind ramen noodle bowls, Challah and a chewy candy bar.
12:50
In this episode, dive into an invisible world you will have to see to believe.
13:38
The 'Prototype This' team attempts to create equipment which will enable them to scale both smooth and rough vertical surfaces - mimicking the abilities of a gecko.
14:26
In California Rob and Stefan explore a cave, rumoured to house 100 pounds of gold, stashed away during the Gold Rush. Can their tech end the mystery?
15:14
Can a trench corner really slow down a shockwave and save a soldier's life? Adam and Jamie put this First World War myth to the test.
16:02
In this episode, dive into an invisible world you will have to see to believe.
16:50
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
17:40
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
18:30
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
18:55
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
19:20
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?
19:45
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
20:10
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
21:00
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
21:25
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
21:50
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
22:40
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
23:30
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?
23:55
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
00:20
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
00:45
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
01:10
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
02:00
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
02:48
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
03:36
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?
04:00
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
04:24
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
04:48
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
05:12
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
06:00
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?
06:26
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
07:14
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
08:02
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
08:50
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?
09:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
09:38
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
10:02
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
10:26
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
11:14
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
12:02
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?
12:26
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
12:50
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
13:38
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
14:26
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
14:50
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
15:14
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
16:02
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
16:50
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
17:40
How easy is it to move a dead body? Can particular sound frequencies convince people of paranormal activity? Can you really smell fear? The team investigate.
18:30
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places. From oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres, what are their secrets?
19:20
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.
19:45
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind Red Fusion smoothie, cinnamon rolls and ice cream.
20:10
Its body spans the globe; its heart beats with a one-thousand-year pulse and it could even have an immune system capable of annihilating all life on earth.
21:00
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places. From oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres, what are their secrets?
21:50
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
22:40
How easy is it to move a dead body? Can particular sound frequencies convince people of paranormal activity? Can you really smell fear? The team investigate.
23:30
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.
23:55
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind Red Fusion smoothie, cinnamon rolls and ice cream.
00:20
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places. From oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres, what are their secrets?
01:10
Its body spans the globe; its heart beats with a one-thousand-year pulse and it could even have an immune system capable of annihilating all life on earth.
02:00
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
02:48
How easy is it to move a dead body? Can particular sound frequencies convince people of paranormal activity? Can you really smell fear? The team investigate.
03:36
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.
04:00
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind Red Fusion smoothie, cinnamon rolls and ice cream.
04:24
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places. From oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres, what are their secrets?
05:12
Its body spans the globe; its heart beats with a one-thousand-year pulse and it could even have an immune system capable of annihilating all life on earth.
06:00
See how skyline logging sources Vancouver's most elusive trees and watch as muscle and skill turns ordinary clay into intricate tiles in a Spanish workshop.
06:26
Discover how everyone's favourite beer, fruit-flavoured ice cream beads, and delicious carrot cakes are created from raw materials to finished products.
06:50
Meet the great grandson of legendary bourbon-maker Jim Beam and discover how chocolate milk and burritos are created from raw materials to finished products.
07:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind ramen noodle bowls, Challah and a chewy candy bar.
07:38
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.
08:02
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind Red Fusion smoothie, cinnamon rolls and ice cream.
08:26
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?
08:50
How do they instruct robots to mass produce a car? And how do they transform the world's largest football stadium into the biggest ice hockey arena? Find out.
09:14
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
09:38
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?
10:02
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.
10:26
In this episode, see what you have been missing in the invisible world of light, earthly forces and microbes.
11:14
In this episode, take an unfiltered look at what we are inhaling with every breath.
12:02
In this episode, dive into an invisible world you will have to see to believe.
12:50
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
13:38
Its body spans the globe; its heart beats with a one-thousand-year pulse and it could even have an immune system capable of annihilating all life on earth.
14:26
The contestants must build a spy car that can blind a vehicle in pursuit. Plus, they spend six minutes in an open coffin filled with snakes, rats, and worms.
15:14
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet - a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge - before the winners are revealed!
16:02
Can a trench corner really slow down a shockwave and save a soldier's life? Adam and Jamie put this First World War myth to the test.
16:50
Fans challenge director James Cameron to explain why characters Rose and Jack didn't share their life raft to survive the Titanic. Plus, what is rocket surfing?
17:40
How easy is it to move a dead body? Can particular sound frequencies convince people of paranormal activity? Can you really smell fear? The team investigate.
18:30
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
19:20
Witness the future of architecture at Abu Dhabi's astonishing $500 billion Al Raha beach development, where developers build on land reclaimed from the sea.
20:10
In California Rob and Stefan explore a cave, rumoured to house 100 pounds of gold, stashed away during the Gold Rush. Can their tech end the mystery?
21:00
Kevin investigates the explosive power of gasoline. Does a tank of gas really explode like it does in movies? Plus, how do you make a Hollywood-style fireball?
21:25
Kevin takes on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he investigates how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire.
21:50
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places. From oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres, what are their secrets?
22:40
The team try to solve the problem an island abode poses to a pizza home-delivery service. They test out an autonomous car that attempts to drive a pizza pie across the Bay Bridge.
23:30
The future of deep-sea diving is revealed; remote-operated submarines will soon allow those who control them to explore any reef in the world without leaving their homes.
00:20
The 'Prototype This' team attempts to create equipment which will enable them to scale both smooth and rough vertical surfaces - mimicking the abilities of a gecko.
01:10
The inventors try to design and build the world's first robotic dog sitter, which will allow a dog's owner to interact with their pet from a remote location.
02:00
Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
02:50
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?
03:14
How do they instruct robots to mass produce a car? And how do they transform the world's largest football stadium into the biggest ice hockey arena? Find out.
03:38
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
04:02
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?
04:26
Discover how everyone's favourite beer, fruit-flavoured ice cream beads, and delicious carrot cakes are created from raw materials to finished products.
04:50
Meet the great grandson of legendary bourbon-maker Jim Beam and discover how chocolate milk and burritos are created from raw materials to finished products.
05:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind ramen noodle bowls, Challah and a chewy candy bar.
05:38
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta and iced tea.