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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they avoid docking disasters when handling a thousand ships a day, how do they create a world of oil reserves from sticky forest mud, or bring old movies back to life? [AL]
06:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
07:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
08:02
Water defines our living blue planet - but how lucky are we to have a home that's warm and wet? Follow the origin of water itself to the birth of our oceans. [AL]
08:50
How do they turn the Arizona Cardinals' football stadium into a monster truck arena in 48 hours? How do they surf the world's deadliest wave? [AL]
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. [AL]
09:38
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
10:26
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? [AL]
11:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
12:02
Water defines our living blue planet - but how lucky are we to have a home that's warm and wet? Follow the origin of water itself to the birth of our oceans. [AL]
12:50
Space isn't as empty as it seems. It conceals a secret structure called spacetime - an invisible field that governs our lives. [AL]
13:38
How do they turn the Arizona Cardinals' football stadium into a monster truck arena in 48 hours? How do they surf the world's deadliest wave? [AL]
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. [AL]
14:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
15:14
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? [AL]
16:02
Water defines our living blue planet - but how lucky are we to have a home that's warm and wet? Follow the origin of water itself to the birth of our oceans. [AL]
16:50
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
17:40
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
18:30
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
19:20
How do they create the world's twistiest rollercoaster ride? How do they turn hard rock into the smoothest pool tables? [AL]
19:45
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident. [AL]
20:10
Across the Universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but it affects everything and is everywhere. But how exactly does magnetism work? [AL]
21:00
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
21:50
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music. [AL]
22:40
How do they create the world's twistiest rollercoaster ride? How do they turn hard rock into the smoothest pool tables? [AL]
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. [AL]
23:30
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
00:20
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
01:10
Across the Universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but it affects everything and is everywhere. But how exactly does magnetism work? [AL]
02:00
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
02:48
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music. [AL]
03:36
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
04:24
How do they create the world's twistiest rollercoaster ride? How do they turn hard rock into the smoothest pool tables? [AL]
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. [AL]
05:12
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
06:00
How do they make batteries from brine? How do they build a tropical island from trash? And how are fragrances blended to create different types of scents? [AL]
06:26
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
07:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
08:02
Across the Universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but it affects everything and is everywhere. But how exactly does magnetism work? [AL]
08:50
How do they create the world's twistiest rollercoaster ride? How do they turn hard rock into the smoothest pool tables? [AL]
09:14
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident. [AL]
09:38
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
10:26
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music. [AL]
11:14
Danny is in Brazil where they are building one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects, tunnelling through seven mountains and building two dams. [AL]
12:02
Across the Universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but it affects everything and is everywhere. But how exactly does magnetism work? [AL]
12:50
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
13:38
How do they create the world's twistiest rollercoaster ride? How do they turn hard rock into the smoothest pool tables? [AL]
14:02
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident. [AL]
14:26
New technology reveals the truth behind the largest temple ever built, Angkor Wat. Experts uncover how it was constructed and why it was deserted. [9-A]
15:14
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music. [AL]
16:02
Across the Universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but it affects everything and is everywhere. But how exactly does magnetism work? [AL]
16:50
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
17:40
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet. [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
19:20
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? And how do they extract copper from the largest man made hole in the world? [AL]
19:45
Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings. [AL]
20:10
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth. [AL]
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
21:50
Kevin and Grant outfit cars with armour and weapons and face off in a demolition derby. Later, they build a lie detector and a chainsaw-powered chairlift. [AL]
22:40
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? And how do they extract copper from the largest man made hole in the world? [AL]
23:05
Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings. [AL]
23:30
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet. [AL]
00:20
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
01:10
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth. [AL]
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
02:48
Kevin and Grant outfit cars with armour and weapons and face off in a demolition derby. Later, they build a lie detector and a chainsaw-powered chairlift. [AL]
03:36
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet. [AL]
04:24
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? And how do they extract copper from the largest man made hole in the world? [AL]
04:48
Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings. [AL]
05:12
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
06:00
How can steel repair itself? How do they create the world's most powerful bikes? And how is wood transformed into paper? [AL]
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
07:14
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet. [AL]
08:02
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth. [AL]
08:50
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? And how do they extract copper from the largest man made hole in the world? [AL]
09:14
Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings. [AL]
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
10:26
Kevin and Grant outfit cars with armour and weapons and face off in a demolition derby. Later, they build a lie detector and a chainsaw-powered chairlift. [AL]
11:14
Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng Gold Mine - the most dangerous construction site on the planet. [AL]
12:02
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth. [AL]
12:50
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
13:38
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? And how do they extract copper from the largest man made hole in the world? [AL]
14:02
Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings. [AL]
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
15:14
Kevin and Grant outfit cars with armour and weapons and face off in a demolition derby. Later, they build a lie detector and a chainsaw-powered chairlift. [AL]
16:02
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth. [AL]
16:50
For decades humans have dreamed of going to Mars, and now we're finally on the brink of blasting off for the red planet. How close is its potential occupation? [AL]
17:40
Danny is in Melbourne, Australia where they are building one of the most innovative stadiums ever. It will be the ultimate fan experience, and an icon for the city. [AL]
18:30
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? [AL]
19:20
How do they launch and land an F18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the world's fastest sports car? [AL]
19:45
Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack. [AL]
20:10
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
21:00
Experts investigate whether the Roswell UFO incident was a Soviet conspiracy masterminded by Stalin, or is the story just another cover-up? [12-A]
21:50
Can Kevin and Grant build an amphibious motorcycle that drives on the water? In an ultra-scientific mini-golf competition, who can make the most holes-in-one? [AL]
22:40
How do they launch and land an F18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the world's fastest sports car? [AL]
23:05
Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack. [AL]
23:30
Danny is in Melbourne, Australia where they are building one of the most innovative stadiums ever. It will be the ultimate fan experience, and an icon for the city. [AL]
00:20
For decades humans have dreamed of going to Mars, and now we're finally on the brink of blasting off for the red planet. How close is its potential occupation? [AL]
01:10
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
02:00
Experts investigate whether the Roswell UFO incident was a Soviet conspiracy masterminded by Stalin, or is the story just another cover-up? [12-A]
02:48
Can Kevin and Grant build an amphibious motorcycle that drives on the water? In an ultra-scientific mini-golf competition, who can make the most holes-in-one? [AL]
03:36
Danny is in Melbourne, Australia where they are building one of the most innovative stadiums ever. It will be the ultimate fan experience, and an icon for the city. [AL]
04:24
How do they launch and land an F18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the world's fastest sports car? [AL]
04:48
Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack. [AL]
05:12
For decades humans have dreamed of going to Mars, and now we're finally on the brink of blasting off for the red planet. How close is its potential occupation? [AL]