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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
06:26
Kevin and Grant test their skills when building a homemade hovercraft capable of crossing land and sea. Plus, how can a merry-go-round produce G-forces?
07:14
Do you really know the back of your hand; can you cycle under water; and can you pierce glass with a needle? Find out, as the team tests fans' favourite mini myths.
08:02
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
08:50
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
09:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind mail-order filet mignons and cheese crackers.
09:38
Take a unique behind-the-scenes look at the latest models being developed at NASA. The Ares, a futuristic new rocket, is set to revolutionise space exploration.
10:26
Kevin and Grant test their skills when building a homemade hovercraft capable of crossing land and sea. Plus, how can a merry-go-round produce G-forces?
11:14
Do you really know the back of your hand; can you cycle under water; and can you pierce glass with a needle? Find out, as the team tests fans' favourite mini myths.
12:02
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
12:26
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind mail-order filet mignons and cheese crackers.
12:50
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
13:38
Kevin and Grant test their skills when building a homemade hovercraft capable of crossing land and sea. Plus, how can a merry-go-round produce G-forces?
14:26
Take a unique behind-the-scenes look at the latest models being developed at NASA. The Ares, a futuristic new rocket, is set to revolutionise space exploration.
15:14
Do you really know the back of your hand; can you cycle under water; and can you pierce glass with a needle? Find out, as the team tests fans' favourite mini myths.
16:02
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
16:50
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
17:40
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
19:20
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
19:45
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French fries, frozen pizzas and Cracker Jack candy.
20:10
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
21:50
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
22:40
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
23:30
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
23:55
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French fries, frozen pizzas and Cracker Jack candy.
00:20
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
00:45
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
01:10
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
02:00
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
02:48
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
03:36
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
04:00
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French fries, frozen pizzas and Cracker Jack candy.
04:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
05:12
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
06:00
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
06:26
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
07:14
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
08:02
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
08:50
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
09:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French fries, frozen pizzas and Cracker Jack candy.
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
10:26
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
11:14
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
12:02
How do they set up a 1700-seat circus tent in just 36 hours? And how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instrument on earth - the electric guitar?
12:26
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French fries, frozen pizzas and Cracker Jack candy.
12:50
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
13:38
While exploring the principles of armour design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory.
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made?
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including leather basketballs, flood gates and shoelaces?
15:14
Are urban legends the stuff of fact or fiction? Find out, as Adam and Jamie investigate popular myths with explosive results.
16:02
The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
16:50
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
17:40
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
18:30
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
18:55
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
19:20
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
19:45
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French's Mustard, caramel apples and Turkducken.
20:10
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
21:00
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
21:25
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
21:50
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
22:40
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
23:30
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
23:55
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French's Mustard, caramel apples and Turkducken.
00:20
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
00:45
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
01:10
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
02:00
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
02:48
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
03:36
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
04:00
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French's Mustard, caramel apples and Turkducken.
04:24
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
04:48
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
05:12
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
06:00
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
06:26
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
07:14
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
08:02
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
08:50
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
09:14
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French's Mustard, caramel apples and Turkducken.
09:38
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
10:02
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
10:26
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
11:14
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
12:02
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two-ton Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great-tasting pasta?
12:26
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind French's Mustard, caramel apples and Turkducken.
12:50
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
13:38
Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
14:26
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun. Has the mega weapon the muscle to shoot through concrete?
14:50
Kevin investigates how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, he tests which gases make the biggest inferno.
15:14
Adam and Jamie see if the movie myth of a convict surviving in a car T-boned by trucks with two large cops sitting next to them holds up to reality.
16:02
This time, the scientists take a shot at building Leonardo Da Vinci's multi-cannon machine gun. Having built 33, they test out the cannons in a grand finale.
16:50
Kevin and Grant try to survive a 30mph ride in their off-road soap box racers. Plus, a classic homemade volcano gets supersized into a three-stage eruption.
17:40
Adam, Jamie and the team test a range of car chase clichés. Can you really share driving, change places, or dump the driver while moving at speed?
18:30
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have not one, but two stars, possibly creating ideal habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
19:20
How does the German city of Frankfurt produce their famous frankfurter sausages? How are the world's most accurate rifles manufactured? And how do casinos stop card cheats?
19:45
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind sugar cubes and brownies.
20:10
The team splits into two to build two self-propelled carts. They will find out just how accurate the parts need to be in order for Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions to work.
21:00
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have not one, but two stars, possibly creating ideal habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
21:50
Kevin and Grant try to survive a 30mph ride in their off-road soap box racers. Plus, a classic homemade volcano gets supersized into a three-stage eruption.
22:40
Adam, Jamie and the team test a range of car chase clichés. Can you really share driving, change places, or dump the driver while moving at speed?
23:30
How does the German city of Frankfurt produce their famous frankfurter sausages? How are the world's most accurate rifles manufactured? And how do casinos stop card cheats?
23:55
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind sugar cubes and brownies.
00:20
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have not one, but two stars, possibly creating ideal habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
01:10
The team splits into two to build two self-propelled carts. They will find out just how accurate the parts need to be in order for Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions to work.
02:00
Kevin and Grant try to survive a 30mph ride in their off-road soap box racers. Plus, a classic homemade volcano gets supersized into a three-stage eruption.
02:48
Adam, Jamie and the team test a range of car chase clichés. Can you really share driving, change places, or dump the driver while moving at speed?
03:36
How does the German city of Frankfurt produce their famous frankfurter sausages? How are the world's most accurate rifles manufactured? And how do casinos stop card cheats?
04:00
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind sugar cubes and brownies.
04:24
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have not one, but two stars, possibly creating ideal habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
05:12
The team splits into two to build two self-propelled carts. They will find out just how accurate the parts need to be in order for Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions to work.