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Discovery World
06:00
On a visit to Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, Tony tucks into the bacon and maple variety, before travelling to the coffee-obsessed city of Seattle.
06:45
Team One's poor decisions have come back to haunt them as they reach camp four in the Death Zone and their bodies begin to shut down due to a lack of oxygen.
07:30
The $12 billion CityCenter is an extraordinary urban resort. Join host Danny Forster as he explores how this development aspires to change the city.
08:15
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
09:20
After bidding successfully on an original and unrestored 1913 Thor Twin and Side Car, Wayne visits Dale at the museum and starts up his Thor for the first time.
09:45
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.
10:30
An injury causes disappointment for one of the members of Team One as they set off from the Death Zone to make their attempt for the summit.
11:15
Join host Danny Forster as he explores the largest football stadium ever constructed in America, with room for 100,000 fans.
12:00
From the rallies held at Madison Square Garden to the plots to steal the secrets to the nation's weapons of war, the American Nazis terrorised the USA in the 1930s.
12:45
HMS Ark Royal is taking part in large-scale war games with the US Navy. Her mission is to project air power and oversee the landing of Royal Marines into the designated warzone.
13:30
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
13:50
After bidding successfully on an original and unrestored 1913 Thor Twin and Side Car, Wayne visits Dale at the museum and starts up his Thor for the first time.
14:15
Tony meets the Derby Dolls, an all-girl league of roller skaters, before dining at Philippe's restaurant - home of the French dip. Later, he samples the delights of Thai Town.
15:00
Team Two make their arduous journey to the summit of Everest, but it's the descent that could end disastrously for one of the team members.
15:45
Danny Forster explores the LPD17, a new assault ship for the US Navy that can launch over 700 Marines and equipment on helicopters and hovercrafts.
16:30
Did aliens help build the Pyramids? Or does the ancient astronauts idea go back to Swiss author Erich von Daniken, whose books challenge religion and science?
17:15
After nearly five months since she departed on the Auriga deployment, HMS Ark Royal is welcomed back home into Portsmouth, but not before a full-scale battle damage exercise.
18:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring the uplifting history of the balloon through the ages.
18:20
In a bid to find three apprentices to add to his team, Wayne visits McPherson College. The students compete to assemble a Model T and Wayne announces the winners.
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
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
20:15
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration?
21:00
Investigating the mysteries surrounding the most puzzling and worst air accident ever to happen in Greece and uncovering what led to the crash.
21:45
Discover which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus.
22:30
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.
23:15
Danny Forster explores the LPD17, a new assault ship for the US Navy that can launch over 700 Marines and equipment on helicopters and hovercrafts.
00:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring the uplifting history of the balloon through the ages.
00:20
In a bid to find three apprentices to add to his team, Wayne visits McPherson College. The students compete to assemble a Model T and Wayne announces the winners.
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
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
02:15
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration?
03:00
Investigating the mysteries surrounding the most puzzling and worst air accident ever to happen in Greece and uncovering what led to the crash.
03:45
Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
04:30
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.
05:15
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
06:00
Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
06:45
At the height of the Cold War, the USA searches for a way to create a generation of 'supersoldiers' who use telepathy to win battles.
07:30
At the height of the Cold War, the USA searches for a way to create a generation of 'supersoldiers' who use telepathy to win battles.
08:15
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
09:00
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
09:45
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
10:05
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
10:30
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.
11:15
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.
12:00
The 'Tattoo Hunter', Lars Krutak, ventures to the remote mountains of the Philippines in search of the tattoo of the Kalinga head-hunters.
12:45
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
13:30
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
14:15
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
15:00
Danny is in Olmos, Peru, to see how one of the deepest tunnels ever attempted will deliver water to drought-ridden farmers; but can this ambitious project succeed?
15:45
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea?
16:30
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration?
17:15
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.
18:00
In Shanghai, Tony searches for the perfect dumpling and samples the delights of the local street food. Later, he travels to Yangcheng Lake where he discovers Shanghai hairy crab.
18:45
Anthony Bourdain is in Hong Kong to explore its culinary delights. He soon discovers that this colourful and fast-paced city encompasses a unique blend of modern and traditional.
19:30
Follow chef Anthony Bourdain on his journey through French Polynesia. He discovers that there is more to Tahiti than meets the eye, including legends of cannibalism.
20:15
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.
21:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
21:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
21:45
Investigating the mysteries surrounding the most puzzling and worst air accident ever to happen in Greece and uncovering what led to the crash.
22:30
They may seem like a normal family, but the Wyatts own Gunsmoke, one of the world's first firearms facilities. Follow Rich and Renee as they buy, sell and trade guns.
23:15
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
00:00
From the rallies held at Madison Square Garden to the plots to steal the secrets to the nation's weapons of war, the American Nazis terrorised the USA in the 1930s.
00:45
Did aliens help build the Pyramids? Or does the ancient astronauts idea go back to Swiss author Erich von Daniken, whose books challenge religion and science?
01:30
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
01:50
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
02:15
Captain Kyd leads the flagship of the Royal Navy, the Ark Royal, on her final voyage as she is stripped of munitions and docks in Portsmouth for the last time.
03:00
Amazing statistics and unbelievable archive footage make this 'Boys' Own' television for adults. We give you the top ten bombers of all time.
03:45
Amazing statistics and unbelievable archive footage make this 'Boys' Own' television for adults. We give you the top ten infantry fighting vehicles of all time.
04:30
Amazing statistics and unbelievable archive footage make this 'Boys' Own' television for adults. We give you the top ten fighting ships of all time.
05:15
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.
06:00
When the magnetos in Wayne's Bentley break, he knows the only person for the job is mechanic Laurence Anderson. Laurence insists he visits his shop in California.
06:20
Wayne practices the lost art of the long sell when he looks for new homes for two unique cars, a Porsche Special hill-climb car and a 275 GTB custom-bodied Ferrari.
06:45
Wayne visits a Porsche meet-up at the European Auto Salvage Yard. From there, he goes to a Berkeley car event where he's in car heaven with hand-built hot rods.
07:05
After bidding successfully on an original and unrestored 1913 Thor Twin and Side Car, Wayne visits Dale at the museum and starts up his Thor for the first time.
07:30
In a bid to find three apprentices to add to his team, Wayne visits McPherson College. The students compete to assemble a Model T and Wayne announces the winners.
07:50
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
08:15
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
08:35
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring the military dog, the homing pigeon, and the warhorse.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
09:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring the uplifting history of the balloon through the ages.
09:45
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
10:30
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
11:15
Danny is in Olmos, Peru, to see how one of the deepest tunnels ever attempted will deliver water to drought-ridden farmers; but can this ambitious project succeed?
12:00
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea?
12:45
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration?
13:30
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.
14:15
In Shanghai, Tony searches for the perfect dumpling and samples the delights of the local street food. Later, he travels to Yangcheng Lake where he discovers Shanghai hairy crab.
15:00
Anthony Bourdain is in Hong Kong to explore its culinary delights. He soon discovers that this colourful and fast-paced city encompasses a unique blend of modern and traditional.
15:45
Follow chef Anthony Bourdain on his journey through French Polynesia. He discovers that there is more to Tahiti than meets the eye, including legends of cannibalism.
16:30
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.
17:15
Join host Danny Forster as he explores the largest football stadium ever constructed in America, with room for 100,000 fans.
18:00
Danny Forster explores the LPD17, a new assault ship for the US Navy that can launch over 700 Marines and equipment on helicopters and hovercrafts.
18:45
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
19:30
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
20:15
Danny is in Olmos, Peru, to see how one of the deepest tunnels ever attempted will deliver water to drought-ridden farmers; but can this ambitious project succeed?
21:00
Told through the eyes of descendants, this is the untold story of the Titanic. The film mixes documentary and drama to draw together the stories that unfolded after the disaster.
22:30
From a symbol of luck that saved Marines to a weapon that protected Europe during the Cold War, four stories show the guts it takes to have Courage Under Fire.
23:15
On 11th March, Japan was hit by one of the most earth-shattering seismic events in history. Explores the tectonic anatomy, scientific impact, global threat and its future implications.
00:00
Investigating the mysteries surrounding the most puzzling and worst air accident ever to happen in Greece and uncovering what led to the crash.
00:45
The crash of Delta flight 191 provided new insights on aviation safety. See how evidence from the crash has been used to save lives and make aircraft safer.
01:30
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 aircraft safer.
02:15
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.
03:00
In Shanghai, Tony searches for the perfect dumpling and samples the delights of the local street food. Later, he travels to Yangcheng Lake where he discovers Shanghai hairy crab.
03:45
Anthony Bourdain is in Hong Kong to explore its culinary delights. He soon discovers that this colourful and fast-paced city encompasses a unique blend of modern and traditional.
04:30
Follow chef Anthony Bourdain on his journey through French Polynesia. He discovers that there is more to Tahiti than meets the eye, including legends of cannibalism.
05:15
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.