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Discovery World
06:00
Wayne flies to Ohio to buy a Pierce Arrow, but when the owner backtracks he leaves empty handed. Back at home he buys a Mercedes and receives a surprising call.
06:20
Wayne rescues a 120 Jaguar from a recluse whose passion for collecting has turned into hoarding. He then flies to Miami and unearths a Spohn bodied car.
06:45
Wayne travels to Atlanta to see an extremely rare Ferrari 275 GS. He loves the car, but will an ownership dispute between dad and daughter stop him sealing the deal?
07:05
Wayne is marketing and selling the Porsche Special hill climb car. First he takes it to the Hershey Hill Climb race, and then he auctions it.
07:30
Wayne's client must part with his beloved 30s-era Cadillac. Not ready to hand over his driving shoes, the client challenges him to find him an immaculate Model A.
07:50
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
08:15
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the soldier through the ages.
08:35
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the perplexing history of the crossword puzzle.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the top secret history of the intelligence services.
09:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the swimming pool.
09:45
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
10:30
Danny Forster heads to Melbourne, where after 13 years of extreme droughts, it looks to secure its future with a $3.5 billion desalination plant turning saltwater into freshwater.
11:15
Danny Forster explores amazing feats of engineering designed by some of the most audacious and innovative manufacturers in the industry.
12:00
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
12:45
Danny heads to Turkey, where, amid the country's most challenging terrain, one of the tallest and strongest dams ever made is being constructed.
13:30
Anthony Bourdain journeys to Sao Paulo to sample the mortadella sandwich. He then cures his hangover with 'Poneshapa' at Bar Desanta, and plays football with the bar staff.
14:15
Starting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Anthony discovers a place full of art, delicious but cheap food and paragliding. He also rides horseback with gauchos in southern Patagonia.
15:00
Join culinary adventurer Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world in search of authentic experiences and flavours. In Singapore, Anthony discovers a vibrant street food culture.
15:45
Tony experiences Russian culture and hospitality at an outdoor flea market. Later, he revels in the grandeur of Red Square and dines at the home of famed painter, Victor Smirnoff.
16:30
Anthony Bourdain loves the hustle and bustle of New York but fears that it's becoming a tourist attraction. With Andrew Zimmern, he rediscovers the magic of this concrete jungle.
17:15
Bat Masterson, a dapper gunfighter, gambler and hunter, earned his fame by taming Dodge City - the wildest town in the Old West.
18:00
Bass was no ordinary lawman. A slave set free by the American Civil War, he hunted outlaws in the nation's most dangerous territory.
18:45
Bill Doolin terrorised Oklahoma with his brazen robberies. Like many outlaws before him, he died with his boots on, defying the law until the end.
19:30
Jim Miller was born to kill. His neighbours saw a devout family man, but the last thing his victims saw was a shotgun aimed at their heads.
20:15
The biggest, baddest bird ever to stalk the planet, the mega beast Terror Bird, used its 45-centimetre beak to bash its victims' brains in and swallow giant rodents in one gulp.
21:00
He is the world's most famous prophet. But what secrets did he hide in his famously obscure words? And what mysteries do the words trigger in the minds that read them?
22:30
History buff Geoff Edgers travels throughout the US in search of little known stories highlighting the heroism of individuals in extraordinary circumstances.
23:15
The crash of Delta Flight 191 provided new insights into aviation safety. See how evidence from the crash has been used to save lives and make aeroplanes safer for the future.
00:00
The crash of Avianca Flight 52 provided new insights on aviation safety. See how evidence from the crash has been used to save lives and to make aeroplanes safer for the future.
00:45
Fatigue has left pilots drunk with exhaustion, with fatal results for hundreds - so why is the industry ignoring the issue? Contains reconstructions of accidents.
01:30
Modern aircraft are so advanced they almost fly themselves. But what happens when a major systems failure occurs? Contains reconstructions of accidents.
02:15
Anthony Bourdain journeys to Sao Paulo to sample the mortadella sandwich. He then cures his hangover with 'Poneshapa' at Bar Desanta, and plays football with the bar staff.
03:00
Starting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Anthony discovers a place full of art, delicious but cheap food and paragliding. He also rides horseback with gauchos in southern Patagonia.
03:45
Join culinary adventurer Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world in search of authentic experiences and flavours. In Singapore, Anthony discovers a vibrant street food culture.
04:30
Tony experiences Russian culture and hospitality at an outdoor flea market. Later, he revels in the grandeur of Red Square and dines at the home of famed painter, Victor Smirnoff.
05:15
Anthony Bourdain loves the hustle and bustle of New York but fears that it's becoming a tourist attraction. With Andrew Zimmern, he rediscovers the magic of this concrete jungle.
06:00
Whilst in America, Andrew visits Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida, where he samples some cutting-edge cuisine including squirrel, pig's brains and alligator.
06:45
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
07:30
The amazing new Dallas Cowboys football stadium will be the largest in the US, holding 100,000 fans in its gigantic 73-acre structure. Danny Forster examines its construction.
08:15
In the aftermath of the Civil War, a gunman wages a bloody crusade against anyone who stands between him and his notions of freedom.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the swimming pool.
09:20
Wayne's client must part with his beloved 30s-era Cadillac. Not ready to hand over his driving shoes, the client challenges him to find him an immaculate Model A.
09:45
Whilst travelling through the United Kingdom, Andrew samples some traditional and cutting-edge cuisine. Find out what he thought of haggis, jellied eels, pheasant and ox heart.
10:30
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
11:15
Danny takes a look at the construction of the extraordinary LPD17, a giant vessel designed to transport everything from helicopters to hovercrafts.
12:00
Bank-robbing outlaw Butch Cassidy and his pal Sundance masterminded one of the most remarkable crime sprees in American history.
12:45
Days into her international deployment, the Prime Minister orders HMS Ark Royal to rescue stranded British passengers caught in the chaos caused by the Icelandic volcanic eruption.
13:30
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the swimming pool.
13:50
Wayne's client must part with his beloved 30s-era Cadillac. Not ready to hand over his driving shoes, the client challenges him to find him an immaculate Model A.
14:15
Join Andrew Zimmern in Morocco as he tries out the local food you won't find in the supermarket. See how Andrew handles the menu which includes calf's brains and cow's heart.
15:00
Tattoo anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Hawaii to learn about ancient Polynesian culture and endure rites of initiation in his quest for an authentic Hawaiian tattoo.
15:45
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
16:30
In a mining camp teeming with violence and vice, Seth Bullock was the lone stabilising force standing in the way of complete chaos.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
18:20
Wayne's cruising into California in a '65 Mini Cooper with twin engines. Next stop? Mecum Auctions, where Wayne lists a MV Agusta F4 and a '67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4.
18:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
19:30
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
20:15
Danny Forster travels to New York to investigate the most important public works project in the city's history, the $15billion expansion of the subway system.
21:00
On 11 March 2011, Japan was hit by one of the most earth-shattering seismic events in history. Explore the tectonic anatomy, scientific impact, global threat and implications.
21:45
Most of the Founding Fathers and 14 Presidents were Freemasons. Some say Washington DC is laid out as a Masonic code. What other secrets are the Masons hiding?
22:30
Engineer Chad Houseknecht and weapons historian Mike Loades create a Roman Scorpion, a giant freestanding crossbow that terrorised the ancient battlefield with its flaming arrows.
23:15
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
00:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
00:20
Wayne's cruising into California in a '65 Mini Cooper with twin engines. Next stop? Mecum Auctions, where Wayne lists a MV Agusta F4 and a '67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4.
00:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
01:30
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
02:15
Danny Forster travels to New York to investigate the most important public works project in the city's history, the $15billion expansion of the subway system.
03:00
On 11 March 2011, Japan was hit by one of the most earth-shattering seismic events in history. Explore the tectonic anatomy, scientific impact, global threat and implications.
03:45
Most of the Founding Fathers and 14 Presidents were Freemasons. Some say Washington DC is laid out as a Masonic code. What other secrets are the Masons hiding?
04:30
Learn how a cast iron, 12 kilo Civil War rocket became a revolutionary weapon by capitalising on the idea of gyroscopic force to improve both its range and accuracy.
05:15
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
06:00
Whilst travelling through the United Kingdom, Andrew samples some traditional and cutting-edge cuisine. Find out what he thought of haggis, jellied eels, pheasant and ox heart.
06:45
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
07:30
Danny takes a look at the construction of the extraordinary LPD17, a giant vessel designed to transport everything from helicopters to hovercrafts.
08:15
Bank-robbing outlaw Butch Cassidy and his pal Sundance masterminded one of the most remarkable crime sprees in American history.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
09:20
Wayne's cruising into California in a '65 Mini Cooper with twin engines. Next stop? Mecum Auctions, where Wayne lists a MV Agusta F4 and a '67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4.
09:45
Join Andrew Zimmern in Morocco as he tries out the local food you won't find in the supermarket. See how Andrew handles the menu which includes calf's brains and cow's heart.
10:30
Tattoo anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Hawaii to learn about ancient Polynesian culture and endure rites of initiation in his quest for an authentic Hawaiian tattoo.
11:15
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
12:00
In a mining camp teeming with violence and vice, Seth Bullock was the lone stabilising force standing in the way of complete chaos.
12:45
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
13:30
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
13:50
Wayne's cruising into California in a '65 Mini Cooper with twin engines. Next stop? Mecum Auctions, where Wayne lists a MV Agusta F4 and a '67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4.
14:15
Andrew Zimmern is in Spain as he continues his global adventure in search of the world's most unique meals. On today's menu for Andrew to sample are bulls' testicles and baby eel.
15:00
The 'Tattoo Hunter', Lars Krutak, ventures to the remote mountains of the Philippines in search of the tattoo of the Kalinga head-hunters.
15:45
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
16:30
Bat Masterson, a dapper gunfighter, gambler and hunter, earned his fame by taming Dodge City - the wildest town in the Old West.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
18:20
Wayne's chasing vintage race cars when he finds a 1958 Tojeiro-Climax Mk II, which he buys and then races with dramatic results.
18:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
19:30
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
20:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
21:00
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the clock, calendar, and calculator.
21:20
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of banks, money, and the stock market.
21:45
Discover the truth behind one of society's most clandestine institutions. Hidden within these bordellos are secrets about famous patrons, governments and even religion.
22:30
Chad and Mike get a fiery awakening as they attempt to squirt fire from a boat-mounted flame thrower, whose design is based on the world's first ever flame thrower.
23:15
Danny Forster heads to Melbourne, where after 13 years of extreme droughts, it looks to secure its future with a $3.5 billion desalination plant turning saltwater into freshwater.
00:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
00:20
Wayne's chasing vintage race cars when he finds a 1958 Tojeiro-Climax Mk II, which he buys and then races with dramatic results.
00:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
01:30
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
02:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
03:00
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the clock, calendar, and calculator.
03:20
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of banks, money, and the stock market.
03:45
Discover the truth behind one of society's most clandestine institutions. Hidden within these bordellos are secrets about famous patrons, governments and even religion.
04:30
Mike travels to India to see the ancient Chakram, which was used by warriors on horseback. This device is a throwing weapon shaped like a ring with razor-sharp edges.
05:15
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.