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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they harvest and process the world's toughest and most expensive nut? How do they turn lake water into tap water? And how do they hold back thousands of fans at gigs?
06:26
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from using trees as dominos to cutting through walls with a firehose.
07:14
Join host Danny Forster as he explores the largest football stadium ever constructed in America, with room for 100,000 fans.
08:02
What would happen if we got a message from space? Scientists and writers, with cooperation from SETI, unravel the impact of this world changing event.
08:50
How do they turn the Arizona Cardinals' football stadium into a monster truck arena in 48 hours? Plus, how do they surf the deadliest wave?
09:14
Find out how everyday items such as tapioca pudding, snow ploughs, paddle boats and fibre cement siding are produced.
09:38
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from using trees as dominos to cutting through walls with a firehose.
10:26
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley travels to Oimyakon in Siberia, the coldest inhabited place on Earth, where he tries to avoid frostbite.
11:14
Join host Danny Forster as he explores the largest football stadium ever constructed in America, with room for 100,000 fans.
12:02
What would happen if we got a message from space? Scientists and writers, with cooperation from SETI, unravel the impact of this world changing event.
12:50
A documentary examining the history and possible future of space exploration, beginning with the story of how humans laid the foundations for missions to the moon.
13:38
How do they turn the Arizona Cardinals' football stadium into a monster truck arena in 48 hours? Plus, how do they surf the deadliest wave?
14:02
Find out how everyday items such as tapioca pudding, snow ploughs, paddle boats and fibre cement siding are produced.
14:26
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from using trees as dominos to cutting through walls with a firehose.
15:14
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley travels to Oimyakon in Siberia, the coldest inhabited place on Earth, where he tries to avoid frostbite.
16:02
What would happen if we got a message from space? Scientists and writers, with cooperation from SETI, unravel the impact of this world changing event.
16:50
A collection of first-hand accounts of the Apollo mission breakthroughs that culminated in Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon in 1969.
17:40
How do they blast a shuttle into space and create the twistiest roller coaster? Plus, how do they turn hard rock into smooth pool tables?
18:05
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
18:30
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
19:20
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.
20:10
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
21:00
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
21:50
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley attempts to fulfil his risky ambition to climb down inside a volcanic crater on an island in Vanuatu.
22:40
How do they blast a shuttle into space and create the twistiest roller coaster? Plus, how do they turn hard rock into smooth pool tables?
23:05
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
23:30
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.
00:20
A collection of first-hand accounts of the Apollo mission breakthroughs that culminated in Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon in 1969.
01:10
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
02:00
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
02:48
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley attempts to fulfil his risky ambition to climb down inside a volcanic crater on an island in Vanuatu.
03:36
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.
04:24
How do they blast a shuttle into space and create the twistiest roller coaster? Plus, how do they turn hard rock into smooth pool tables?
04:48
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
05:12
A collection of first-hand accounts of the Apollo mission breakthroughs that culminated in Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon in 1969.
06:00
How do they build the biggest apartment block on the planet? How do they make the classic British boot? And how do they make cooking pans tough enough to last a lifetime?
06:26
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
07:14
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.
08:02
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
08:50
How do they blast a shuttle into space and create the twistiest roller coaster? Plus, how do they turn hard rock into smooth pool tables?
09:14
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
09:38
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
10:26
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley attempts to fulfil his risky ambition to climb down inside a volcanic crater on an island in Vanuatu.
11:14
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.
12:02
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
12:50
A collection of first-hand accounts of the Apollo mission breakthroughs that culminated in Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon in 1969.
13:38
How do they blast a shuttle into space and create the twistiest roller coaster? Plus, how do they turn hard rock into smooth pool tables?
14:02
How do they make garden forks, English toffee, paint chip cards, and Bundt pans? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
14:26
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed.
15:14
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley attempts to fulfil his risky ambition to climb down inside a volcanic crater on an island in Vanuatu.
16:02
How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
16:50
A documentary exploring the benefits low-Earth-orbit operations have brought to everyday life following the scaling down of the shuttle missions.
17:40
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? Plus, how do they extract copper from the largest man-made hole in the world?
18:05
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
19:20
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
20:10
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon?
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
21:50
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley takes a life-threatening trip inside a volcano in the heart of Ethiopia to film the lava lakes close up.
22:40
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? Plus, how do they extract copper from the largest man-made hole in the world?
23:05
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
23:30
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
00:20
A documentary exploring the benefits low-Earth-orbit operations have brought to everyday life following the scaling down of the shuttle missions.
01:10
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon?
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
02:48
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley takes a life-threatening trip inside a volcano in the heart of Ethiopia to film the lava lakes close up.
03:36
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
04:24
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? Plus, how do they extract copper from the largest man-made hole in the world?
04:48
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
05:12
A documentary exploring the benefits low-Earth-orbit operations have brought to everyday life following the scaling down of the shuttle missions.
06:00
How do they craft a classic Indian instrument, the Sitar? How do they make beef biltong? And how do they build monster bulldozers?
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
07:14
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
08:02
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon?
08:50
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? Plus, how do they extract copper from the largest man-made hole in the world?
09:14
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
10:26
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley takes a life-threatening trip inside a volcano in the heart of Ethiopia to film the lava lakes close up.
11:14
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it.
12:02
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon?
12:50
A documentary exploring the benefits low-Earth-orbit operations have brought to everyday life following the scaling down of the shuttle missions.
13:38
How do they fix the mast on top of the Empire State Building? Plus, how do they extract copper from the largest man-made hole in the world?
14:02
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as native healing drums are made.
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how horse bits, oat serial and electric scooters are made.
15:14
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley takes a life-threatening trip inside a volcano in the heart of Ethiopia to film the lava lakes close up.
16:02
A swarm of spacecraft depart their mother ship and hover in Earth's atmosphere. The ships deposit thousands of mysterious pods. Are they a message, a gift or a weapon?
16:50
Experts question whether people's ingenuity could overcome the human body's limitations, and whether the whole population would be able to leave Earth one day if required.
17:40
How do they launch and land the F-18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the fastest sports car?
18:05
Discover how chocolate coins, pedal cars and latex swords are made in the latest episode of this popular series.
18:30
The largest cruise ship on the planet is 216 feet wide and 1,187 feet in length - making it 164 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower's height.
19:20
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
20:10
As a mysterious alien technology spreads across our globe, so do fears of contagion. Scientists discuss the implications of encountering life as we don't know it.
21:00
The largest cruise ship on the planet is 216 feet wide and 1,187 feet in length - making it 164 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower's height.
21:50
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley buys a truck in Australia to drive into the most dangerous part of the storms during cyclone season.
22:40
How do they launch and land the F-18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the fastest sports car?
23:05
Discover how chocolate coins, pedal cars and latex swords are made in the latest episode of this popular series.
23:30
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
00:20
Experts question whether people's ingenuity could overcome the human body's limitations, and whether the whole population would be able to leave Earth one day if required.
01:10
As a mysterious alien technology spreads across our globe, so do fears of contagion. Scientists discuss the implications of encountering life as we don't know it.
02:00
The largest cruise ship on the planet is 216 feet wide and 1,187 feet in length - making it 164 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower's height.
02:48
Extreme adventure cameraman Geoff Mackley buys a truck in Australia to drive into the most dangerous part of the storms during cyclone season.
03:36
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores.
04:24
How do they launch and land the F-18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the fastest sports car?
04:48
Discover how chocolate coins, pedal cars and latex swords are made in the latest episode of this popular series.
05:12
Experts question whether people's ingenuity could overcome the human body's limitations, and whether the whole population would be able to leave Earth one day if required.