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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they operate the world's most versatile construction machines? Plus, how do they maintain the Willis Tower Skydeck in Chicago? [AL]
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including candied fruit and linen ukuleles made? [AL]
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including Montreal smoked meats and motorised scooters made? [AL]
07:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including cactus pear puree and lab reactors made? [AL]
07:38
A look at the production processes behind everyday items. How are common objects including digital paintings and badminton rackets made? [AL]
08:02
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
08:26
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots? [AL]
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 instruments on earth - electric guitars? [AL]
09:14
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta? [AL]
09:38
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? [AL]
10:02
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? [AL]
10:26
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with1,000lb of high explosive before building a homemade machine gun from Breaking Bad's season finale. [AL]
11:14
Two brothers plunge 50 storeys - why did one survive and the other die? And on the beaches of Vancouver human feet keep washing up - where are they from? [9-A]
12:02
A missing ship is found undamaged on the sea floor, and the US air force is mobilised when UFOs are seen in Texas. Plus, do cows stand facing Earth's magnetic poles? [9-A]
12:50
A child freezes to death, only to recover hours later - does this mean human hibernation is possible? Plus, why are huge circles of ice forming in our rivers? [9-A]
13:38
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus? [9-A]
14:26
Do you make your own luck or does luck make you? Prepare to radically revise your understanding of the laws of nature and the human brain. [AL]
15:14
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. [AL]
16:02
It appears we live in a universe filled with light, but scientists are now certain there is far more matter in the dark portions of our universe. [AL]
16:50
The stability of any global power depends on high-speed digital communication - our dependence on global interactivity may be placing us in grave danger. [AL]
17:40
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. Viruses are attacking humans every day - are we at risk of becoming puppets? [AL]
18:30
A helicopter pilot attempts to rescue a man perched on a crane, but will the rotor blades blow him off his perch? And what happens to sky divers whose chutes open prematurely? [9-AT]
18:55
Firefighters tackling a blaze in Los Angeles find they must put their trust in a unique chemical reaction. Plus, what happens when a fire hose takes on a life of its own? [9-AT]
19:20
Kevin and his team of experts face off in a fireball launcher showdown to test the dangerous and awesome properties of fire. [AL]
19:45
Kevin and his team of experts reveal the secrets of human cannonballs. Plus, Kevin uses the power of pressure to crush a massive steel drum. [AL]
20:10
New discoveries at a strange prehistoric site reveal the dark secrets and rituals of the mysterious people who built the world's largest stone circle. [9-A]
21:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Rolls-Royce Dawn? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
21:25
Ever wondered how a Morgan Aero Coupe was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
21:50
Saturn's ferocious weather, its evolving ring system and the discovery of active geology on one of its moons have rewritten the textbooks; explore these new discoveries. [AL]
22:40
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. In this episode, how does a subway ticket barrier survive the rush hour crush, and what keeps a refrigerator cool? [AL]
23:30
A look at what's inside the machines used in everyday life. How does a paintball gun fire up to 15 rounds a second? How does an ice maker churn out half a tonne of cubes each day? [AL]
00:20
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including car winches, hiking boots, coffee machines and grand pianos. [AL]
01:10
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including skateboards, ATM, car jack, digital projector, and multi-tool. [AL]
02:00
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including treadmill, outboard motor, pneumatic drill, and ballpoint pen. [AL]
02:48
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots? [AL]
03:12
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 instruments on earth - electric guitars? [AL]
03:36
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta? [AL]
04:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including candied fruit and linen ukuleles made? [AL]
04:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including Montreal smoked meats and motorised scooters made? [AL]
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including cactus pear puree and lab reactors made? [AL]
05:12
A look at the production processes behind everyday items. How are common objects including digital paintings and badminton rackets made? [AL]
05:36
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
06:00
How are peanuts harvested, roasted and transformed into peanut butter; and how are domestic appliances tested? [AL]
06:26
Rob Nelson investigates a cluster of ancient ruins in New England that suggest Europeans arrived in the Americas almost 1,000 years before Columbus. [AL]
07:14
Rob Nelson heads to Lake Michigan to investigate an unexplained, Bermuda Triangle-like phenomenon that has caused ships to disappear for centuries. [AL]
08:02
A legendary train filled with stolen Nazi gold is said to be hidden in Poland. Rob and Stefan explore deep under the earth's surface to uncover the truth. [9-A]
08:50
Priceless gold and silver artefacts are believed to be lost in King Solomon's hidden mines. Rob and Stefan search for the legendary treasure. [9-A]
09:38
Nikola Tesla died before he finished a mysterious, earth-shattering invention. But the ground beneath his only remaining lab may hold clues. [9-A]
10:26
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including candied fruit and linen ukuleles made? [AL]
10:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including Montreal smoked meats and motorised scooters made? [AL]
11:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including cactus pear puree and lab reactors made? [AL]
11:38
A look at the production processes behind everyday items. How are common objects including digital paintings and badminton rackets made? [AL]
12:02
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
12:26
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots? [AL]
12:50
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 instruments on earth - electric guitars? [AL]
13:14
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta? [AL]
13:38
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? [AL]
14:02
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? [AL]
14:26
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. In this episode, how does a subway ticket barrier survive the rush hour crush, and what keeps a refrigerator cool? [AL]
15:14
A look at what's inside the machines used in everyday life. How does a paintball gun fire up to 15 rounds a second? How does an ice maker churn out half a tonne of cubes each day? [AL]
16:02
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including car winches, hiking boots, coffee machines and grand pianos. [AL]
16:50
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including skateboards, ATM, car jack, digital projector, and multi-tool. [AL]
17:40
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including treadmill, outboard motor, pneumatic drill, and ballpoint pen. [AL]
18:30
How can tripping grannies save lives? The Weird Connections team follow leading scientists through their revolutionary discoveries about human balance. [AL]
18:55
Does a duck's quack echo? The answer may have world changing implications. [AL]
19:20
Psychologist Frederick Bonato observes the effects of sensory confusion by putting people in a spinning drum. Could his discoveries help astronauts to overcome space sickness? [AL]
19:45
Why do mosquitoes bite some people more than others? That's the mystery Doctor James Logan is trying to solve and he discovers it is all about body odour. [AL]
20:10
Professor Dan Simons believes he can make gorillas disappear right before your eyes. Not a magic trick, it is a phenomenon called inattentional blindness. [AL]
20:35
Meet the man who shows blue movies to pigeons. This bizarre experiment leads to face transplants and cameras that could protect national borders from terrorists. [AL]
21:00
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from opening a bottle using a feather to using another person as a snowboard. [9-A]
21:50
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with1,000lb of high explosive before building a homemade machine gun from Breaking Bad's season finale. [AL]
22:40
Two brothers plunge 50 storeys - why did one survive and the other die? And on the beaches of Vancouver human feet keep washing up - where are they from? [9-A]
23:30
A missing ship is found undamaged on the sea floor, and the US air force is mobilised when UFOs are seen in Texas. Plus, do cows stand facing Earth's magnetic poles? [9-A]
00:20
A child freezes to death, only to recover hours later - does this mean human hibernation is possible? Plus, why are huge circles of ice forming in our rivers? [9-A]
01:10
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus? [9-A]
02:00
Do you make your own luck or does luck make you? Prepare to radically revise your understanding of the laws of nature and the human brain. [AL]
02:48
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. [AL]
03:36
It appears we live in a universe filled with light, but scientists are now certain there is far more matter in the dark portions of our universe. [AL]
04:24
The stability of any global power depends on high-speed digital communication - our dependence on global interactivity may be placing us in grave danger. [AL]
05:12
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. Viruses are attacking humans every day - are we at risk of becoming puppets? [AL]
06:00
How do they mine marble for Washington's monuments; how do they make Tabasco Sauce; and how do they produce storm proof umbrellas? [AL]
06:26
Saturn's ferocious weather, its evolving ring system and the discovery of active geology on one of its moons have rewritten the textbooks; explore these new discoveries. [AL]
07:14
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including treadmill, outboard motor, pneumatic drill, and ballpoint pen. [AL]
08:02
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus? [9-A]
08:50
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? [AL]
09:14
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
09:38
Saturn's ferocious weather, its evolving ring system and the discovery of active geology on one of its moons have rewritten the textbooks; explore these new discoveries. [AL]
10:26
Nikola Tesla died before he finished a mysterious, earth-shattering invention. But the ground beneath his only remaining lab may hold clues. [9-A]
11:14
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including treadmill, outboard motor, pneumatic drill, and ballpoint pen. [AL]
12:02
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus? [9-A]
12:50
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. Viruses are attacking humans every day - are we at risk of becoming puppets? [AL]
13:38
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? [AL]
14:02
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
14:26
Saturn's ferocious weather, its evolving ring system and the discovery of active geology on one of its moons have rewritten the textbooks; explore these new discoveries. [AL]
15:14
Nikola Tesla died before he finished a mysterious, earth-shattering invention. But the ground beneath his only remaining lab may hold clues. [9-A]
16:02
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus? [9-A]
16:50
If you think you see everyone as equal, you're kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are, stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
17:40
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including elevator, gas pump, air-hockey table, wood chipper, and dentist drill. [AL]
18:30
A skydiver tries to escape from an uncontrollable spin and a group of would be ice rescuers suddenly need rescuing themselves. Plus two paraglider pilots are flung into the air. [9-AT]
18:55
When a meteor hits earth, how far away can the crash be heard, and who hears it first? Plus, what does it take to bring a plane down safely if the engines cut out? [9-AT]
19:20
How do they build powerboats that can go faster than sports cars? How do they produce Swiss watches? And how do they create wallpaper fit for palaces and parliaments? [AL]
19:45
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
20:10
Could wars be fought with mind control? How did a woman shot at point blank range survive? Plus, why did a DNA test suggest a mother wasn't related to her kids? [9-A]
21:00
A skydiver tries to escape from an uncontrollable spin and a group of would be ice rescuers suddenly need rescuing themselves. Plus two paraglider pilots are flung into the air. [9-AT]
21:25
When a meteor hits earth, how far away can the crash be heard, and who hears it first? Plus, what does it take to bring a plane down safely if the engines cut out? [9-AT]
21:50
Beneath the densely populated city of Naples lies a looming threat. A super volcano may be on the verge of erupting and causing an apocalyptic catastrophe. [9-A]
22:40
How do they build powerboats that can go faster than sports cars? How do they produce Swiss watches? And how do they create wallpaper fit for palaces and parliaments? [AL]
23:05
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
23:30
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including elevator, gas pump, air-hockey table, wood chipper, and dentist drill. [AL]
00:20
If you think you see everyone as equal, you're kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are, stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
01:10
Could wars be fought with mind control? How did a woman shot at point blank range survive? Plus, why did a DNA test suggest a mother wasn't related to her kids? [9-A]
02:00
A skydiver tries to escape from an uncontrollable spin and a group of would be ice rescuers suddenly need rescuing themselves. Plus two paraglider pilots are flung into the air. [9-AT]
02:24
When a meteor hits earth, how far away can the crash be heard, and who hears it first? Plus, what does it take to bring a plane down safely if the engines cut out? [9-AT]
02:48
Beneath the densely populated city of Naples lies a looming threat. A super volcano may be on the verge of erupting and causing an apocalyptic catastrophe. [9-A]
03:36
Discover what's inside the machines used in everyday life. The team take a detailed look at objects including elevator, gas pump, air-hockey table, wood chipper, and dentist drill. [AL]
04:24
How do they build powerboats that can go faster than sports cars? How do they produce Swiss watches? And how do they create wallpaper fit for palaces and parliaments? [AL]
04:48
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
05:12
If you think you see everyone as equal, you're kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are, stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]