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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they farm the expensive spice saffron, how do they create giant roads made entirely from ice and how do they manufacture a muscle car?
06:26
Liz and Martin travel to Hawaii to investigate how evidence of catastrophic events in its geological past reveals a legacy of destruction.
07:14
An active volcano with the power to plunge the whole world into a brutal dark age is rising from the sea. Will it cataclysmically erupt once again?
08:02
Liz and Martin visit Japan, to witness the battle that rages between the people and the volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis that threaten them on a daily basis.
08:50
Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei.
09:38
Martin and Liz explore Iceland to see if its volcanoes could cause chaos in the future. Later, Martin samples an insane motorsport on ashy slopes.
10:26
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
11:14
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb?
12:02
Martin and Liz travel from the glaciers of Canada to the heat of Death Valley to reveal evidence of the most powerful geological events - Ice Ages.
12:50
In this episode, see what you have been missing in the invisible world of light, earthly forces and microbes.
13:38
In this episode, take an unfiltered look at what we're inhaling with every breath.
14:26
In this episode, dive into an invisible world you'll have to see to believe.
15:14
For the past 15 years, the Western US has faced one of its worst droughts on record. Five Academy Award-winning documentarians take an in-depth look at three aspects of the crisis.
16:50
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose.
18:05
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy.
18:30
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
19:20
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
20:10
Hurricane Sandy is of the most treacherous weather events to hit the United States. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
21:00
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
21:50
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?
22:40
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
23:30
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose.
00:45
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy.
01:10
Hurricane Sandy is of the most treacherous weather events to hit the United States. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
02:00
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
02:48
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?
03:36
Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the US. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm and what lessons can be learnt for the future?
04:24
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy.
04:48
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose.
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring the complex network of Paris sewers, Beretta's and cotton manufacture.
06:26
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
07:14
For the past 15 years, the Western US has faced one of its worst droughts on record. Five Academy Award-winning documentarians take an in-depth look at three aspects of the crisis.
08:50
In this episode, see what you have been missing in the invisible world of light, earthly forces and microbes.
09:38
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
10:26
In this episode, take an unfiltered look at what we're inhaling with every breath.
11:14
Artificial intelligence has been touted as humanity's salvation and its downfall. Experts and scientists reveal the challenges and potential dangers of these nascent technologies.
12:26
Mosquitos are the single greatest agent of death in modern human history. World-leading scientists present potentially controversial methods of eliminating the danger they pose.
13:38
Jon and Brian wreak havoc with a 700-lb water-heater torpedo. And, can an exploding sleeping bag full of flatulence bust another myth?
14:26
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
15:14
For the past 15 years, the Western US has faced one of its worst droughts on record. Five Academy Award-winning documentarians take an in-depth look at three aspects of the crisis.
16:50
New research shows the migration of ice planets may have helped start life on Earth, and stopped it being destroyed. How are they so vital?
17:40
Jimmy feels the heat when two inventors seek help with their rapid fire flame cannon. Plus, a lawnmower-racing team need a new transmission before their big race.
18:05
Deliberate over a range of hypothetical extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a parachute jump from a ten storey window?
18:30
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
19:20
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?
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Galaktoboureko, CO2 scrubbers and honeycomb candles made?
20:10
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
21:00
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
21:50
Did the atomic bomb alert extra-terrestrial governments to our planet? And are they now in league with our rulers to control the human imagination?
22:40
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?
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Galaktoboureko, CO2 scrubbers and honeycomb candles made?
23:30
Jimmy feels the heat when two inventors seek help with their rapid fire flame cannon. Plus, a lawnmower-racing team need a new transmission before their big race.
23:55
Deliberate over a range of hypothetical extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a parachute jump from a ten storey window?
00:20
New research shows the migration of ice planets may have helped start life on Earth, and stopped it being destroyed. How are they so vital?
01:10
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
02:00
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
02:48
Did the atomic bomb alert extra-terrestrial governments to our planet? And are they now in league with our rulers to control the human imagination?
03:36
Jimmy feels the heat when two inventors seek help with their rapid fire flame cannon. Plus, a lawnmower-racing team need a new transmission before their big race.
04:00
Deliberate over a range of hypothetical extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a parachute jump from a ten storey window?
04:24
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?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Galaktoboureko, CO2 scrubbers and honeycomb candles made?
05:12
New research shows the migration of ice planets may have helped start life on Earth, and stopped it being destroyed. How are they so vital?
06:00
What is the secret of the lion dance, how are tunnels built, and what is a super sopper? Find out as more items are put under the microscope.
06:26
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
07:14
Jimmy feels the heat when two inventors seek help with their rapid fire flame cannon. Plus, a lawnmower-racing team need a new transmission before their big race.
07:39
Deliberate over a range of hypothetical extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a parachute jump from a ten storey window?
08:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
08:50
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?
09:14
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Galaktoboureko, CO2 scrubbers and honeycomb candles made?
09:38
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
10:26
Did the atomic bomb alert extra-terrestrial governments to our planet? And are they now in league with our rulers to control the human imagination?
11:14
Jimmy feels the heat when two inventors seek help with their rapid fire flame cannon. Plus, a lawnmower-racing team need a new transmission before their big race.
11:39
Deliberate over a range of hypothetical extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a parachute jump from a ten storey window?
12:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
12:50
New research shows the migration of ice planets may have helped start life on Earth, and stopped it being destroyed. How are they so vital?
13:38
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?
14:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Galaktoboureko, CO2 scrubbers and honeycomb candles made?
14:26
In the late 1800's two great minds, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, build systems that will dramatically change life by bringing light and power to the world.
15:14
Did the atomic bomb alert extra-terrestrial governments to our planet? And are they now in league with our rulers to control the human imagination?
16:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
16:50
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?
17:40
Jimmy helps two inventors turn a fridge into a beer can launcher, and a student looks for a thrust engine to finish his class's hovercraft. But will it survive the test drive?
18:05
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive going without sleep or without food? Plus, can you escape sinking from quicksand?
18:30
Westminster Palace is one of the most iconic structures on the planet. What Victorian secrets and mysteries are hiding behind this famous landmark?
19:20
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?
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including kimchi and traditional parquet floors made?
20:10
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb?
21:00
Westminster Palace is one of the most iconic structures on the planet. What Victorian secrets and mysteries are hiding behind this famous landmark?
21:50
Scotland has a long association with the mysterious and the paranormal. For its size, there are more UFO sightings than that of any other country.
22:40
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?
23:05
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including kimchi and traditional parquet floors made?
23:30
Jimmy helps two inventors turn a fridge into a beer can launcher, and a student looks for a thrust engine to finish his class's hovercraft. But will it survive the test drive?
23:55
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive going without sleep or without food? Plus, can you escape sinking from quicksand?
00:20
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?
01:10
Biologist Liz and geologists Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb?
02:00
Westminster Palace is one of the most iconic structures on the planet. What Victorian secrets and mysteries are hiding behind this famous landmark?
02:48
Scotland has a long association with the mysterious and the paranormal. For its size, there are more UFO sightings than that of any other country.
03:36
Jimmy helps two inventors turn a fridge into a beer can launcher, and a student looks for a thrust engine to finish his class's hovercraft. But will it survive the test drive?
04:00
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive going without sleep or without food? Plus, can you escape sinking from quicksand?
04:24
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?
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including kimchi and traditional parquet floors made?
05:12
Quasars are the brightest objects in space, powered by black holes, and the most mysterious. How do they shape the universe and ultimately aid in its destruction?