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Discovery Science
06:00
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta? [AL]
06:24
Is it true that piranhas will not kill you? Eccentric duo Penn & Teller present seven unbelievable stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
07:12
Can you crack a safe with liquid nitrogen? Eccentric duo Penn & Teller present seven unbelievable stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake? [AL]
08:00
Kevin explores the incredible science behind food, showing how to cook with a red hot nickel ball, and how a bunch of bananas can be transformed into a piano. [AL]
08:24
Kevin and his team of experts explore the strange science behind oobleck, a bizarre material that can behave as both a solid and a liquid. [AL]
08:48
Kevin explores the laws of motion. He teams up with pro athletes to discover how a curveball works, and how to make a football do unbelievable things. [AL]
09:12
Kevin heads to the streets to show how to build a vortex cannon that can pump out a ring of fire. Later, he transforms everyday objects into explosive fireballs. [AL]
09:36
The team tests the gravity-defying properties of a child's toy before trying the concept on a car. And, they explore amazing claims about the longevity of a pencil. [AL]
10:24
Learn how everyday items such as pressed glass, pickup truck cabs, alpaca yarn and utility knives are produced. [AL]
10:48
Discover how life casts, downdraft cooktops, compression hosiery and electric motorcycles are made. [AL]
11:12
Find out how items such as sidecars, frozen French toast, refrigerator compressors and superchargers are made. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, with a look at how objects such as custom knee braces are made. [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from solid state drives to eye shadow are made. [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope, with a look at how dragster tyres, icing, floating docks and spiral pipes are made. [AL]
12:50
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. [AL]
13:14
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
13:38
How do they make canvas wall tents, peace pipes and cannons? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
14:02
How do they make robotic hunting decoys, scoreboards, and lassos? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
14:26
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mountain bikes are produced and lever action rifles are manufactured. [AL]
14:50
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how saunas are produced and wheelchair lifts are manufactured. [AL]
15:14
A mega fish factory churns out 3 million pounds of seafood a day. Plus, a flying ambulance saves lives at 14,000 feet above Alaska's wilderness. [AL]
16:02
Only in Alaska can you find an airport made from nothing but water and ice. And next to a field of moose, 16 missiles stand by to prevent a nuclear disaster. [AL]
16:50
What is the most hectic job at the airport: what does it take to get an airliner parked, fuelled, cleaned, loaded and boarded for its next flight? [AL]
17:40
Using state-of-the-art equipment to x-ray scan the airport, find out how every action is precisely controlled: from the baggage network to the cockpit. [AL]
18:30
Join the night shift's essential crews - from the snow plough teams ready to clear runways in a blizzard, to the cleaning trucks and fire service. [AL]
19:20
Five outstanding Mighty Transporters are shortlisted, all are mechanical marvels in their own right - but which is the mightiest transporter? [AL]
20:10
At an ancient city lost in the Peruvian desert for 5,000 years, experts find signs of strange rituals. Was it the first civilization of the Americas? [9-A]
21:00
The Statue of Liberty is the home to dark American mysteries. Now, experts are using the latest science and technology to reveal her secrets. [9-A]
21:50
A mysterious ruined city in Greece is home to the mythical Labyrinth and the Minotaur. Its catastrophic downfall may have inspired the legend of Atlantis. [9-A]
22:40
Attila the Hun was one of history's fiercest warriors, and new evidence reveals if his terror was responsible for the fall of Roman Empire. [9-A]
23:30
The team identifies a pattern of non-terrestrial sounds and odd sightings centred around an earthquake. Could some earthquakes be related to UFO activity? [AL]
00:20
Morgan Freeman considers the possibilities of alien intelligence - what does animal and plant life on Earth suggest about life on other planets? [AL]
01:10
The technology to move our civilization to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology? [AL]
02:00
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines? [AL]
02:48
New evidence and technology reveal that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another. [AL]
03:36
Our minds store our entire lives, memories and desires, like biological computers. Could brain hackers someday be able to rewrite our thoughts? [AL]
04:24
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Ferrari California T? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
04:48
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Jaguar XF? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
05:12
Find out how items such as sidecars, frozen French toast, refrigerator compressors and superchargers are made. [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, with a look at how objects such as custom knee braces are made. [AL]
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as tea, artificial flowers and alloy wheels are made. [AL]
06:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from gel caps to frozen pancakes are made. [AL]
06:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how paper umbrellas, coal, aircraft seats and urns are made. [AL]
07:12
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including aluminum canoes, wood bowls and marimbas are made. [AL]
07:36
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how indie car seats, paper flowers and stand-by generators are made. [AL]
08:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including knee replacements are made. [AL]
08:24
Test pilot Gordon Cooper is preparing to test a radical new landing system in a lakebed when two UFO's appear. Also, the mystery of Saturn's mega-hex. [AL]
09:12
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. [AL]
10:00
Justin climbs on top of a stadium roof that is held up by air and in danger of collapse. Meanwhile, Jimena Gascon discovers why Mexico City's Metro project has been derailed. [AL]
10:48
Justin uncovers the truth behind a catastrophic landslide that wiped out a ski-jump resort in Turkey, before jetting off to Gibraltar to see an airport runway built across a road. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including raw pet food and replica police lanterns made? [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including reconditioned sander drums and lithographs made? [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including calissons and diving watercrafts made? [AL]
12:50
The stability of any global power depends on high-speed digital communication. Is dependence on worldwide interactivity a weakness? [AL]
13:38
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
14:26
Two pioneers in electric power both aim to develop technologies that reduce carbon emissions - both using electric motors and batteries in aviation and speedboats. [AL]
15:14
Would you ever believe a skyscraper can melt a car? Justin heads to London's Walkie Talkie building to unearth the science behind this bizarre building blunder. [AL]
16:02
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. [AL]
16:50
Images of Mercury reveal massive spider-like formations on its surface. Is it an odd geological formation - or something much more ominous? [AL]
17:40
How did pictures from the Hubble telescope make the comet of the century look like an alien spacecraft? Has earth already been invaded by alien organisms? [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
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
20:10
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are rock crushers, cake sprinkles and steam irons made? [AL]
20:35
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how detachable Indy-Car steering wheels and wind turbines are made. [AL]
21:00
Investigating Argentina's most credible military encounter, Paul and Kawa track down an eyewitness and the unexpected presence of NASA. [AL]
21:50
Ten years after the Mothership exploded, the military wants to turn the alien/human hybrids into super soldiers. An experiment reveals a mysterious blueprint. [9-A]
22:40
Based on found alien instructions, scientists build a powerful quantum computer that can enhance the senses of the human/alien hybrid children. [9-A]
23:30
Test pilot Gordon Cooper is preparing to test a radical new landing system in a lakebed when two UFO's appear. Also, the mystery of Saturn's mega-hex. [AL]
00:20
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. [AL]
01:10
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
02:00
Two pioneers in electric power both aim to develop technologies that reduce carbon emissions - both using electric motors and batteries in aviation and speedboats. [AL]
02:48
Investigating Argentina's most credible military encounter, Paul and Kawa track down an eyewitness and the unexpected presence of NASA. [AL]
03:36
Picture your dream car - does it look like a BMW M6? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
04:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Rolls-Royce Dawn? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and stunning exterior. [AL]
04:24
Ever wondered how a Morgan Aero Coupe was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:48
Ever wondered how a Porsche 911 was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including Marseille soap and Laguiole pocket knives made? [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including bamboo ceramic lights and asphalt compactors made? [AL]
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
06:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as sewage pumps are made. [AL]
06:48
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
07:12
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
07:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are rock crushers, cake sprinkles and steam irons made? [AL]
08:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how detachable Indy-Car steering wheels and wind turbines are made. [AL]
08:24
Images of Mercury reveal massive spider-like formations on its surface. Is it an odd geological formation - or something much more ominous? [AL]
09:12
How did pictures from the Hubble telescope make the comet of the century look like an alien spacecraft? Has earth already been invaded by alien organisms? [AL]
10:00
Would you ever believe a skyscraper can melt a car? Justin heads to London's Walkie Talkie building to unearth the science behind this bizarre building blunder. [AL]
10:48
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. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including asphalt pavers, and Basque espadrilles made? [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including wood panel canvases and shoelaces? [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including Asian bowl meals and walking canes? [AL]
12:50
Investigating Argentina's most credible military encounter, Paul and Kawa track down an eyewitness and the unexpected presence of NASA. [AL]
13:38
Scientists around the world are working on projects dealing with space and space travel - extraterrestrial life, colonising Mars, the Big Bang and rocket development. [AL]
14:26
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
15:14
Justin's in for a bumpy ride as he investigates gigantic potholes in Louisiana. Later, he heads to London to get a sneak preview of London's vast Crossrail project. [AL]
16:02
A look at what is left behind when urban areas are abandoned, including Pripyat in Ukrain - frozen in time after Chernobyl - and Hashima Island in Japan. [AL]
16:50
What are the mysterious trails on the lunar surface near the Apollo landing sites? Does a strange space object spell disaster for the crew of the space shuttle? [AL]
17:40
Something in space is attacking the brains of our astronauts. What is it? Should NASA be worried about the sudden appearance of so-called space fireflies? [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how blast doors, lipstick and artificial palm trees are made. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how carbon fibre and railcar movers are made. [AL]
19:20
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how sawhorses and toolboxes, sorbet pops and school buses are made. [AL]
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from sanders to solid terrain models are made. [AL]
20:10
Learn how everyday items such as pressed glass, pickup truck cabs, alpaca yarn and utility knives are produced. [AL]
20:35
Discover how life casts, downdraft cooktops, compression hosiery and electric motorcycles are made. [AL]
21:00
The team investigates two film-inspired myths. Can a fire extinguisher be used as a jetpack in a vacuum? And, in space, is it true no one can hear you scream? [AL]
21:50
Showcases the internet's most destructive minds, using science to create chaos! Featuring incredible punching robots to amazing bowling ball launchers. [9-A]
22:40
A countdown of the most epic fails with the internet's ultimate mistake makers. Featuring a crash at 300 mph, a blunder in virtual reality and a jetpack disaster. [9-A]
23:30
Images of Mercury reveal massive spider-like formations on its surface. Is it an odd geological formation - or something much more ominous? [AL]
00:20
How did pictures from the Hubble telescope make the comet of the century look like an alien spacecraft? Has earth already been invaded by alien organisms? [AL]
01:10
Scientists around the world are working on projects dealing with space and space travel - extraterrestrial life, colonising Mars, the Big Bang and rocket development. [AL]
02:00
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
02:48
The team investigates two film-inspired myths. Can a fire extinguisher be used as a jetpack in a vacuum? And, in space, is it true no one can hear you scream? [AL]
03:36
Ever wondered how a Ferrari FF was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:00
Ever wondered how an Audi R8 was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:24
Ever wondered a how Rolls Royce Phantom was made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:48
Ever wondered how a Maserati Quattroporte made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace, explore the inner workings and its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects such as beehives and cast iron cookers? [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including ochre and hurdy gurdies? [AL]