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Discovery Science
06:00
Get behind the wheel of the world's biggest land vehicles as they mine 90,000 tons of coal a day, and hunt for alligators in the Florida swamps.
06:26
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from pulling a wheelie in a boat, to taking inline skates off-road.
07:14
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates.
08:02
A plan to install 78 massive gates across the three inlets into Venice's lagoon may save the city from sinking. Watch the mammoth project take shape.
08:50
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese?
09:14
Discover how scrumptious burritos, lip smacking bacon-fried rice, sweet little Maraschino cherries, and chewy Abba-Zaba candy bars get to the masses.
09:38
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from pulling a wheelie in a boat, to taking inline skates off-road.
10:26
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm.
11:14
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates.
12:02
The contestants must build a spy car that can blind a vehicle in pursuit. Plus, they spend six minutes in an open coffin filled with snakes, rats, and worms.
12:50
A plan to install 78 massive gates across the three inlets into Venice's lagoon may save the city from sinking. Watch the mammoth project take shape.
13:38
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese?
14:02
Discover how scrumptious burritos, lip smacking bacon-fried rice, sweet little Maraschino cherries, and chewy Abba-Zaba candy bars get to the masses.
14:26
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from pulling a wheelie in a boat, to taking inline skates off-road.
15:14
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm.
16:02
A plan to install 78 massive gates across the three inlets into Venice's lagoon may save the city from sinking. Watch the mammoth project take shape.
16:50
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet - a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge - before the winners are revealed!
17:40
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines?
18:05
Discover how rustic dark rye bread, Japanese ginger carrot dressing, chewy chocolate vanilla cookies, and fluffy crunchy Rocky Road chocolate bars get to the masses.
18:30
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
19:20
Our entire existence is a result of the nuclear reactions that occur within the sun. Plunge into this ball of gas and discover how it was created.
20:10
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
21:00
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
21:50
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time.
22:40
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines?
23:05
Discover how rustic dark rye bread, Japanese ginger carrot dressing, chewy chocolate vanilla cookies, and fluffy crunchy Rocky Road chocolate bars get to the masses.
23:30
How did Spanish neurologist Jose Delgado use electronics to treat mental illness; and why did anatomist Sir Roger Knox buy corpses from a pair of enterprising serial killers?
00:20
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet - a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge - before the winners are revealed!
01:10
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
02:00
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
02:48
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time.
03:36
Our entire existence is a result of the nuclear reactions that occur within the sun. Plunge into this ball of gas and discover how it was created.
04:24
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines?
04:48
Discover how rustic dark rye bread, Japanese ginger carrot dressing, chewy chocolate vanilla cookies, and fluffy crunchy Rocky Road chocolate bars get to the masses.
05:12
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet - a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge - before the winners are revealed!
06:00
How do structure movers shift steam turbines that weigh more than ten houses; and how are black boxes built to survive plane crashes?
06:26
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
07:14
Our entire existence is a result of the nuclear reactions that occur within the sun. Plunge into this ball of gas and discover how it was created.
08:02
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
08:50
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines?
09:14
Discover how rustic dark rye bread, Japanese ginger carrot dressing, chewy chocolate vanilla cookies, and fluffy crunchy Rocky Road chocolate bars get to the masses.
09:38
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
10:26
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time.
11:14
Our entire existence is a result of the nuclear reactions that occur within the sun. Plunge into this ball of gas and discover how it was created.
12:02
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet - a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge - before the winners are revealed!
12:50
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
13:38
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines?
14:02
Discover how rustic dark rye bread, Japanese ginger carrot dressing, chewy chocolate vanilla cookies, and fluffy crunchy Rocky Road chocolate bars get to the masses.
14:26
See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
15:14
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time.
16:02
The race is on to lay a 1200km long pipe under the sea to transport gas from Norway to England, providing one fifth of the UK's gas for years to come.
16:50
The disappearance of Flight 370 has exposed major frailties with modern aviation technology. How was it possible to lose a state-of-the-art airliner and its 239 passengers?
17:40
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps?
18:05
Discover how rainbow marshmallow squares, nostril-flaring sushi sidekick wasabi, meatless sausages, and sinfully flaky mini chocolate croissants get to the masses.
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
19:20
How and when will the Universe end? Gravity and dark matter are poised to annihilate the Universe in a big crunch. Will expansion and dark energy tear it apart?
20:10
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
21:50
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley flies to Taiwan, South Korea and the USA to film right inside devastating typhoons and hurricanes.
22:40
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps?
23:05
Discover how rainbow marshmallow squares, nostril-flaring sushi sidekick wasabi, meatless sausages, and sinfully flaky mini chocolate croissants get to the masses.
23:30
How did the Russian inventor and spy Theremin create unique covert listening devices; and why did stuttering speech pathologist Johnson conduct cruel studies on orphans?
00:20
The disappearance of Flight 370 has exposed major frailties with modern aviation technology. How was it possible to lose a state-of-the-art airliner and its 239 passengers?
01:10
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
02:48
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley flies to Taiwan, South Korea and the USA to film right inside devastating typhoons and hurricanes.
03:36
How and when will the Universe end? Gravity and dark matter are poised to annihilate the Universe in a big crunch. Will expansion and dark energy tear it apart?
04:24
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps?
04:48
Discover how rainbow marshmallow squares, nostril-flaring sushi sidekick wasabi, meatless sausages, and sinfully flaky mini chocolate croissants get to the masses.
05:12
The disappearance of Flight 370 has exposed major frailties with modern aviation technology. How was it possible to lose a state-of-the-art airliner and its 239 passengers?
06:00
How is trash from the world's biggest St Patrick's Day parade turned into power; why was a limo transformed into a racing car; and what is the secret behind super-steel swords?
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
07:14
How and when will the Universe end? Gravity and dark matter are poised to annihilate the Universe in a big crunch. Will expansion and dark energy tear it apart?
08:02
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
08:50
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps?
09:14
Discover how rainbow marshmallow squares, nostril-flaring sushi sidekick wasabi, meatless sausages, and sinfully flaky mini chocolate croissants get to the masses.
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
10:26
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley flies to Taiwan, South Korea and the USA to film right inside devastating typhoons and hurricanes.
11:14
How and when will the Universe end? Gravity and dark matter are poised to annihilate the Universe in a big crunch. Will expansion and dark energy tear it apart?
12:02
The disappearance of Flight 370 has exposed major frailties with modern aviation technology. How was it possible to lose a state-of-the-art airliner and its 239 passengers?
12:50
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
13:38
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps?
14:02
Discover how rainbow marshmallow squares, nostril-flaring sushi sidekick wasabi, meatless sausages, and sinfully flaky mini chocolate croissants get to the masses.
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as retractable saunas and sawmill blade knives made?
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are common objects including power trainers and coffee pods made?
15:14
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley flies to Taiwan, South Korea and the USA to film right inside devastating typhoons and hurricanes.
16:02
Series profiling the biggest construction projects. A global project, the International Space Station will cost billions and take years to construct.
16:50
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished.
17:40
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream?
18:05
Discover how melt-in-your-mouth meringue cookies, crunchy Mediterranean flatbread, chewy jam-filled oat bars, and crinkled potato chips get to the masses.
18:30
Justin braves the turbulent North Sea as he goes inside an offshore wind turbine to see how engineers are fixing a fault that could cause these structures to fall into the sea.
19:20
How did the gas giants of Jupiter come into being? The inner workings of outer space will be revealed as modern astronomy helps to demystify a series of unusual phenomena.
20:10
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
21:00
Justin braves the turbulent North Sea as he goes inside an offshore wind turbine to see how engineers are fixing a fault that could cause these structures to fall into the sea.
21:50
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley travels to Oimyakon in Siberia, the coldest inhabited place on Earth, where he tries to avoid frostbite.
22:40
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream?
23:05
Discover how melt-in-your-mouth meringue cookies, crunchy Mediterranean flatbread, chewy jam-filled oat bars, and crinkled potato chips get to the masses.
23:30
Why did Geyser's new X-ray hair removal treatments cause cancer; how did Mesmer reveal the possibilities of hypnotism; and how were Galston's botanical findings exploited for war?
00:20
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished.
01:10
Step on board for a high-adrenaline ride as three parks battle it out and risk millions to build the biggest wooden roller-coaster.
02:00
Justin braves the turbulent North Sea as he goes inside an offshore wind turbine to see how engineers are fixing a fault that could cause these structures to fall into the sea.
02:48
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley travels to Oimyakon in Siberia, the coldest inhabited place on Earth, where he tries to avoid frostbite.
03:36
How did the gas giants of Jupiter come into being? The inner workings of outer space will be revealed as modern astronomy helps to demystify a series of unusual phenomena.
04:24
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream?
04:48
Discover how melt-in-your-mouth meringue cookies, crunchy Mediterranean flatbread, chewy jam-filled oat bars, and crinkled potato chips get to the masses.
05:12
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished.