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Discovery Science
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made.
06:26
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.
06:50
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce.
07:14
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter.
07:38
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928.
08:02
Turning plump green fruit into sliced black olives, frozen fruit pops like guilt-free smoothies on a stick, and wafer-thin cookie chips.
08:26
How do they service the A380, the world's largest plane? Plus, how do they generate 500,000 kWh from 1oz of uranium, and build and tune a piano to concert standard?
08:50
How do they turn an old warship into a playground for scuba divers, plan to stop San Francisco collapsing when the next earthquake strikes, and run a car on rocket fuel?
09:14
How do they make the magic suits that stop jet pilots blacking out when they are flying, and how can a robo-cop stop a stolen car without a high-speed chase?
09:38
How do they use explosive rockets to catch crashing planes in mid-air and how do sunbathing techniques help scientists catch rays of sun? Plus, the shady secrets of sunglasses.
10:02
Find out how they blast 10,000 tonnes of rock, how the earth is mapped from space, and how fresh flowers are provided all year round.
10:26
Liz and Martin travel to Hawaii to investigate how evidence of catastrophic events in its geological past reveals a legacy of destruction.
11:14
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?
12:02
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.
12:50
Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei.
13:38
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.
14:26
Dark matter is one of the greatest mysteries of the universe facing scientists today. Could it be the cause of supermassive black holes and mass extinctions?
15:14
Astronomers have discovered bizarre planets very different to Earth out in the galaxy, but will we ever locate a planet similar to our own?
16:02
The Hubble telescope has revolutionised mankind's knowledge of the cosmos but after years without maintenance it needs help. Can a mission to revive its flagging fortunes succeed?
16:50
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places, from oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres.
17:40
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have two stars, possibly creating habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
18:30
Jon and Brian test a myth about deadly carp and water skiers. Plus, does listening to aggressive music whilst driving, also make for an angry driver?
19:20
John D. Rockefeller, the king of kerosene, and Thomas Scott, the visionary behind the Pennsylvania Railroad, battle for control of America's new oil industry.
20:10
A medieval engineering marvel may house the remains of the Bible's Three Magi. Scientists and experts delve into the mysteries of this religious site.
21:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Bentley Mulsanne? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior.
21:25
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Chevrolet Camaro? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior.
21:50
Scientists think they've found a giant ninth planet in the far reaches of the solar system. They seek to unlock the secrets of its origins.
22:40
A child freezes to death, only to recover hours later - does this mean human hibernation is possible? Plus, why are huge circles of ice forming in our rivers?
23:30
A man survives being struck by lightning six times - is he a human lightning rod? Plus, did Chinese explorers reach America thousands of years before Columbus?
00:20
Could wars be fought with mind control? How did a woman shot at point blank range survive? Plus, why did a DNA test suggest a mother wasn't related to her kids?
01:10
At Jimmy's Junk, inventors look for parts for their jet-propelled merry-go-round. Plus, shop regular Hale Storm tries to sell Jimmy an African birthing chair.
01:35
At Jimmy's Junk, an inventor needs a replacement engine for his surf cycle, and two students look for parts to add firepower to their solar-powered tank.
02:00
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Should you leap from a cliff head or feet first, and can you land a helicopter without the engine?
02:24
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a plummeting elevator, or an explosion at sea?
02:48
How do they service the A380, the world's largest plane? Plus, how do they generate 500,000 kWh from 1oz of uranium, and build and tune a piano to concert standard?
03:12
How do they turn an old warship into a playground for scuba divers, plan to stop San Francisco collapsing when the next earthquake strikes, and run a car on rocket fuel?
03:36
How do they make the magic suits that stop jet pilots blacking out when they are flying, and how can a robo-cop stop a stolen car without a high-speed chase?
04:00
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.
04:24
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce.
04:48
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter.
05:12
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928.
05:36
Turning plump green fruit into sliced black olives, frozen fruit pops like guilt-free smoothies on a stick, and wafer-thin cookie chips.
06:00
How do they cast bells fit for the world's greatest cathedrals? And how do they clear up the effect of one of America's biggest storms?
06:26
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a motorised roller skates users can strap to their shoes and a 360-degree infrared surveillance device.
07:14
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a bike that can ride on water, social robots and a device that improves the reaction time of boxers.
08:02
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a remote controlled lawn mower, a digital guitar, and an indestructible torch.
08:50
Examine the Bermuda Triangle to reveal what is beneath this mysterious part of the ocean, where freak waves and giant whirlpools have been blamed for plane and boat disappearances.
09:38
In 1947, an alien spaceship crashed onto a ranch outside Roswell, New Mexico. According to the government, it was a flying balloon... or was it?
10:26
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.
10:50
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce.
11:14
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter.
11:38
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928.
12:02
Turning plump green fruit into sliced black olives, frozen fruit pops like guilt-free smoothies on a stick, and wafer-thin cookie chips.
12:26
How do they service the A380, the world's largest plane? Plus, how do they generate 500,000 kWh from 1oz of uranium, and build and tune a piano to concert standard?
12:50
How do they turn an old warship into a playground for scuba divers, plan to stop San Francisco collapsing when the next earthquake strikes, and run a car on rocket fuel?
13:14
How do they make the magic suits that stop jet pilots blacking out when they are flying, and how can a robo-cop stop a stolen car without a high-speed chase?
13:38
How do they use explosive rockets to catch crashing planes in mid-air and how do sunbathing techniques help scientists catch rays of sun? Plus, the shady secrets of sunglasses.
14:02
Find out how they blast 10,000 tonnes of rock, how the earth is mapped from space, and how fresh flowers are provided all year round.
14:26
Could an underground city be the answer to Chicago's space and transport problems? Using templates set by Amsterdam and Moscow, planners hope to build 1,000 feet beneath the Loop.
15:14
Shanghai is groaning under the weight of its superabundant population. Could constructing a revolutionary skyscraper (and the world's tallest tower) be the answer to its problems?
16:02
With the old defences no longer able to protect New Orleans from rising sea levels, pioneering engineers are considering innovative solutions - including building a floating city.
16:50
At Jimmy's Junk, inventors look for parts for their jet-propelled merry-go-round. Plus, shop regular Hale Storm tries to sell Jimmy an African birthing chair.
17:15
At Jimmy's Junk, an inventor needs a replacement engine for his surf cycle, and two students look for parts to add firepower to their solar-powered tank.
17:40
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Should you leap from a cliff head or feet first, and can you land a helicopter without the engine?
18:05
Deliberate over a range of extreme life or death scenarios. Can you survive a plummeting elevator, or an explosion at sea?
18:30
What is it that gives each of us a unique identity? As we age, our appearances, opinions and ideas change. Are we born with a permanent sense of self, or can identities be altered?
19:20
Can there be such a thing as nothing? The work of scientists may uncover what our cosmos is made of, how it came from nothing and when it might collapse into an empty void again.
20:10
What if death wasn't the end? To truly live again, we must resurrect our bodies and minds, and scientists are now developing ways to digitally preserve the contents of our brains.
21:00
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from catching an arrow blindfolded to skipping with a molten glass rope.
21:50
Liz and Martin travel to Hawaii to investigate how evidence of catastrophic events in its geological past reveals a legacy of destruction.
22:40
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?
23:30
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.
00:20
Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei.
01:10
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.
02:00
Dark matter is one of the greatest mysteries of the universe facing scientists today. Could it be the cause of supermassive black holes and mass extinctions?
02:48
Astronomers have discovered bizarre planets very different to Earth out in the galaxy, but will we ever locate a planet similar to our own?
03:36
The Hubble telescope has revolutionised mankind's knowledge of the cosmos but after years without maintenance it needs help. Can a mission to revive its flagging fortunes succeed?
04:24
Dwarf planets are some of the solar system's most active places, from oceans of liquid water on Pluto to vanishing volcanoes on icy Ceres.
05:12
Half of the star systems in our galaxy have two stars, possibly creating habitats for alien life. Here, binary stars fling entire worlds into space.
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.