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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they fashion cool clothing that can withstand the heat of a furnace, and how do they turn sea into land to create artificial islands? Plus, putting the fizz in champagne.
06:26
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.
07:14
Kevin and Grant turn a blast of air into a ring of fire when they build a Vortex Cannon. They use quantum physics to send a Levitating Racer around a track.
08:02
Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
08:50
Kevin and Grant modify a go-kart to beat a truck in a head-to-head drag race. Plus, the guys play paintball in the dark with homemade night vision goggles.
09:38
Kevin and Grant find a way to chill a drink in less than a minute. Plus, they play backyard astronaut in an attempt to send a camera to the edge of space.
10:26
Find out how Dunkin' Donuts serves up 1.8 billion cups of coffee per year, and follow surf clams as they're transformed into hearty New England chowder.
10:50
Visit the South Dakota factory that churns out a million mini-cheeses every day, and meet the famous face behind Soupman's hearty lentil soup.
11:14
Find out what it takes to keep up with the demand for Quiznos subs at a Florida farm, and see how green tomatoes ripen twice as fast as usual.
11:38
The making of cheesy foods including goat's cheese, Cheddar bunny crackers, cheese doodles, crispy mozzarella sticks and Papa John's pizza.
12:02
Head to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where one of America's longest-running companies reveals the secret to making golden square-shaped fish fillets.
12:26
How do they persuade an oyster to grow a perfect pearl? How do they put the twist in classic Pennsylvania pretzels? And how do they build Venice's traditional gondolas?
12:50
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?
13:14
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.
13:38
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?
14:02
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?
14:26
How are we able to perform complex tasks without consciously thinking about them and what is gut instinct? Morgan Freeman finds out.
15:14
Did God invent humanity? Or did we invent God? Since our brains are where we experience reality, does imagining God make God real? One neuroscientist is trying to find the answer.
16:02
Can time tick on forever? It's possible that eternity already exists and the future is travelling back in time to shape the present, or that time might be a holographic projection.
16:50
Morgan Freeman considers the possibilities of alien intelligence - what does animal and plant life on Earth suggest about non-human life on other planets?
17:40
The technology to move our civilisation to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology?
18:30
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind?
19:20
A look at how stars dominate the cosmos. Where did the first stars come from, and could their explosive deaths help forge the solar system?
20:10
A look at how the universe began. Scientists explore the fabric of the cosmos, using revolutionary new telescopes and computers to go back to the big bang.
21:00
A countdown of the top 20 crowd-pleasers using science to thrill, including encounters in the wild, the world's fastest skateboarder, and a trapeze at 300-ft.
21:50
When astronaut Leroy Chao's high-risk spacewalk is interrupted by bright lights flying past, it sparks a major investigation. Could alien life forms be to blame?
22:40
The Viking Lander may have found life on Mars, but why don't we know about it? Plus, how could a starship be spotted in the Aurora Borealis?
23:30
The Hubble Telescope spots thousands of unknown objects travelling faster than light. Are we being watched? Or could we ourselves be aliens from another world?
00:20
A planet shows evidence of an Earth-like atmosphere, while a mysterious glowing light suggests the impossible: an atmosphere on the Moon.
01:10
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
02:00
Only in Alaska can you find an airport made from nothing but water and ice. And next to a field of moose, 16 missiles stand by to prevent a nuclear disaster.
02:48
The race is on to lay a 1,200km-long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one-fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
03:36
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
04:24
Step on board for a high adrenalin ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
05:12
Constructions like you've never seen them before. 'Building the Biggest' is about the billion-dollar construction projects that shape our everyday world.
06:00
Discover how they designed a car that can call emergency services, how to turn metal into magnets and how the biggest ships are propelled.
06:26
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
07:14
Constructions like you've never seen them before. 'Building the Biggest' is about the billion-dollar construction projects that shape our everyday world.
08:02
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
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
Head to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where one of America's longest-running companies reveals the secret to making golden square-shaped fish fillets.
09:38
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
10:26
Kevin and Grant find a way to chill a drink in less than a minute. Plus, they play backyard astronaut in an attempt to send a camera to the edge of space.
11:14
Constructions like you've never seen them before. 'Building the Biggest' is about the billion-dollar construction projects that shape our everyday world.
12:02
The technology to move our civilisation to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology?
12:50
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
13:38
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?
14:02
Head to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where one of America's longest-running companies reveals the secret to making golden square-shaped fish fillets.
14:26
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
15:14
Kevin and Grant find a way to chill a drink in less than a minute. Plus, they play backyard astronaut in an attempt to send a camera to the edge of space.
16:02
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
16:50
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
17:40
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.
18:05
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
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
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
20:10
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
21:00
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?
21:50
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
22:40
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.
23:05
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
23:30
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
00:20
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
01:10
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
02:00
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?
02:48
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
03:36
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
04:24
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.
04:48
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
05:12
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
06:00
How do they look after sharks at the world's biggest aquarium? How do they grow precious stones? And what does it take to build a luxury Bentley?
06:26
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?
07:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
08:02
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
08:50
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.
09:14
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
09:38
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?
10:26
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
11:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
12:02
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
12:50
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
13:38
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.
14:02
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
14:26
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?
15:14
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
16:02
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
16:50
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
17:40
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
18:05
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
18:30
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
18:55
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
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
Test pilot Gordon Cooper is preparing to test a radical new landing system in a lakebed when two UFO's appear. Also, the mystery of Saturn's mega-hex.
21:00
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
21:25
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
21:50
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
22:40
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
23:05
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
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
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
01:10
Test pilot Gordon Cooper is preparing to test a radical new landing system in a lakebed when two UFO's appear. Also, the mystery of Saturn's mega-hex.
02:00
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
02:24
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
02:48
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
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 farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
04:48
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
05:12
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.