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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they put the holes in Swiss cheese? How do they restore and improve a classic battle tank? And how do robotic librarians run one of the world's biggest book collections? [AL]
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including leaf and debris vacuums, canned meat and fillet knives made? [AL]
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including promotional origami and hedge shears made? [AL]
07:14
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made? [AL]
07:38
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including boat radar mounts made? [AL]
08:02
A look at how everyday items including Asian noodles and rotary engines are made, revealing the unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
08:26
How do they grow enough vanilla to make the world's favourite ice cream flavour? How are anchors for huge ships built? How are 12 million lighters made every year? [AL]
08:50
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels? How do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet? [AL]
09:14
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese? [AL]
09:38
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines? [AL]
10:02
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
10:26
Mobile phones have transformed the way we communicate. How did a beautiful woman, Frankenstein's brother, and the sinking of the Titanic all impact on its development? [AL]
11:14
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]
12:02
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]
12:50
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]
13:38
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
14:26
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind? [AL]
15:14
A look at how stars dominate the cosmos. Where did the first stars come from, and could their explosive deaths help forge the solar system? [AL]
16:02
A look at how the universe began. Scientists explore the fabric of the cosmos, using revolutionary new telescopes and computers to go back to the big bang. [AL]
16:50
Scientists at NASA's space mission, JUNO, explore Jupiter's long-held secrets, and unlock the mystery of intense radiation belts around the planet. [AL]
17:40
Is there more to the Universe than meets the eye? Scientists in the UK, Italy and the United States hunt for so-called dark matter and dark energy. [AL]
18:30
Three strangers attempt to survive six days in total darkness while navigating a labyrinth of passageways in an underground cave system in freezing conditions. [AL-T]
19:20
Terror in the skies, as a skydiver's parachute fails to open, leaving him falling towards the ground. Plus, see what happens when a fire breather gets more than she bargains for. [9-AT]
19:45
What's the worst thing that can happen when you order a new swimming pool? One family finds out the hard way. And as a deer comes face to face with a big bus, what happens next? [9-AT]
20:10
The team splits in half to build two self-propelled carts. They will find out just how accurate parts must be made in order for Da Vinci's inventions to work. [AL]
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are rock crushers, cake sprinkles and steam irons made? [AL]
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how detachable Indy-Car steering wheels and wind turbines are made. [AL]
21:50
New evidence reveals that Vikings and Native Americans might have fought a thousand years ago. Whose weaponry and tactics would have won the battle? [6-GT]
22:40
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]
23:30
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]
00:20
Flights from five continents land at Frankfurt International Airport every day. Track how cargo is distributed and passengers are managed. [AL]
01:10
Meet the airport's highly-pressured engineering teams, the security personal who enforce the law and many more of Frankfurt's unsung heroes. [AL]
02:00
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. [AL]
02:48
How do they grow enough vanilla to make the world's favourite ice cream flavour? How are anchors for huge ships built? How are 12 million lighters made every year? [AL]
03:12
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels? How do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet? [AL]
03:36
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese? [AL]
04:00
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines? [AL]
04:24
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including leaf and debris vacuums, canned meat and fillet knives made? [AL]
04:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including promotional origami and hedge shears made? [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made? [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including boat radar mounts made? [AL]
06:00
How do they persuade an oyster to grow a perfect pearl? How do they put the twist in classic Pennsylvania pretzels? And how do they build Venice's traditional gondolas? [AL]
06:26
Super cars including the Bugatti Veyron and the Thrust SSC are pitted against one another in five automotive challenges to find out which is the very best. [AL]
07:14
Explore five mega factories including NASA's vast vehicle assembly building and Europe's largest food processing plant. Which is the best of the best? [AL]
08:02
Take a trip into the world of the Matrix, exploring the virtual reality that the films have inspired: from machines with AI to virtual operating theatres. [9-A]
08:50
From multiverses to the exploration of deep space and the ships that will take us there, we explore the science fact inspired by Stargate. [9-A]
09:38
From real alien life forms to actual memory replacement, we reveal the science fact inspired by the science fiction of Men in Black. [9-A]
10:26
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including leaf and debris vacuums, canned meat and fillet knives made? [AL]
10:50
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including promotional origami and hedge shears made? [AL]
11:14
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made? [AL]
11:38
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including boat radar mounts made? [AL]
12:02
A look at how everyday items including Asian noodles and rotary engines are made, revealing the unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
12:26
How do they grow enough vanilla to make the world's favourite ice cream flavour? How are anchors for huge ships built? How are 12 million lighters made every year? [AL]
12:50
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels? How do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet? [AL]
13:14
How are powerful Scania trucks built? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime? How is paraffin used to make Gouda cheese? [AL]
13:38
How do they make the finest classical guitars? How do they keep the blades turning on a wind turbine? How do they produce America's ultimate mowing machines? [AL]
14:02
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
14:26
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]
15:14
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]
16:02
Flights from five continents land at Frankfurt International Airport every day. Track how cargo is distributed and passengers are managed. [AL]
16:50
Meet the airport's highly-pressured engineering teams, the security personal who enforce the law and many more of Frankfurt's unsung heroes. [AL]
17:40
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. [AL]
18:30
How are we able to perform complex tasks without consciously thinking about them; and what is gut instinct? Morgan Freeman finds out. [AL]
19:20
Can time tick on forever or will time itself end? It's possible that eternity already exists and the future is traveling back in time to shape the present. [AL]
20:10
Morgan Freeman considers the possibilities of alien intelligence - what does animal and plant life on Earth suggest about life on other planets? [AL]
21:00
The technology to move our civilization to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology? [AL]
21:50
Mobile phones have transformed the way we communicate. How did a beautiful woman, Frankenstein's brother, and the sinking of the Titanic all impact on its development? [AL]
22:40
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]
23:30
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]
00:20
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]
01:10
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
02:00
The universe is full of supermassive black holes - now science is on the cusp of solving their biggest mysteries. How could their discovery impact mankind? [AL]
02:48
A look at how stars dominate the cosmos. Where did the first stars come from, and could their explosive deaths help forge the solar system? [AL]
03:36
A look at how the universe began. Scientists explore the fabric of the cosmos, using revolutionary new telescopes and computers to go back to the big bang. [AL]
04:24
Scientists at NASA's space mission, JUNO, explore Jupiter's long-held secrets, and unlock the mystery of intense radiation belts around the planet. [AL]
05:12
Is there more to the Universe than meets the eye? Scientists in the UK, Italy and the United States hunt for so-called dark matter and dark energy. [AL]
06:00
A look at how products are made around the world. Featuring the St Petersburg metro, the world's most expensive coffee and chip makers. [AL]
06:26
New evidence reveals that Vikings and Native Americans might have fought a thousand years ago. Whose weaponry and tactics would have won the battle? [6-GT]
07:14
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. [AL]
08:02
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
08:50
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
09:14
A look at how everyday items including Asian noodles and rotary engines are made, revealing the unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
09:38
New evidence reveals that Vikings and Native Americans might have fought a thousand years ago. Whose weaponry and tactics would have won the battle? [6-GT]
10:26
From real alien life forms to actual memory replacement, we reveal the science fact inspired by the science fiction of Men in Black. [9-A]
11:14
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. [AL]
12:02
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
12:50
Is there more to the Universe than meets the eye? Scientists in the UK, Italy and the United States hunt for so-called dark matter and dark energy. [AL]
13:38
How can lifeboats hold up to 150 people? How can mind control techniques help golfers improve their shots? How do they make millions of celebratory stamps? [AL]
14:02
A look at how everyday items including Asian noodles and rotary engines are made, revealing the unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
14:26
New evidence reveals that Vikings and Native Americans might have fought a thousand years ago. Whose weaponry and tactics would have won the battle? [6-GT]
15:14
From real alien life forms to actual memory replacement, we reveal the science fact inspired by the science fiction of Men in Black. [9-A]
16:02
Engineers are working on streamlining vehicles to improve fuel consumption and speed. Plus, a solar-powered car competes in an endurance race. [AL]
16:50
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. [AL]
17:40
The Bering Strait tunnel, designed to connect Russia and Alaska, would require an incredible 64 miles to be bored in the most ambitious tunneling project ever undertaken. [AL]
18:30
To escape a cave-mine hybrid system burrowed deep into a mountainside, three strangers must descend a mile in total darkness - and not all of them will make it. [AL-T]
19:20
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream? [AL]
19:45
A look at how everyday items including steel pulleys and acetate eyewear are made, revealing the materials and unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
20:10
Explores the unique mix of ingredients that fuelled Silicon Valley's rise to becoming the world's technological and economic powerhouse. [AL]
21:00
To escape a cave-mine hybrid system burrowed deep into a mountainside, three strangers must descend a mile in total darkness - and not all of them will make it. [AL-T]
21:50
As we, and Stephen Hawking, stare into the night sky at the countless billions of stars, the question arises about the likelihood of aliens. Are they out there? [AL]
22:40
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream? [AL]
23:05
A look at how everyday items including steel pulleys and acetate eyewear are made, revealing the materials and unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
23:30
The Bering Strait tunnel, designed to connect Russia and Alaska, would require an incredible 64 miles to be bored in the most ambitious tunneling project ever undertaken. [AL]
00:20
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. [AL]
01:10
Explores the unique mix of ingredients that fuelled Silicon Valley's rise to becoming the world's technological and economic powerhouse. [AL]
02:00
To escape a cave-mine hybrid system burrowed deep into a mountainside, three strangers must descend a mile in total darkness - and not all of them will make it. [AL-T]
02:48
As we, and Stephen Hawking, stare into the night sky at the countless billions of stars, the question arises about the likelihood of aliens. Are they out there? [AL]
03:36
The Bering Strait tunnel, designed to connect Russia and Alaska, would require an incredible 64 miles to be bored in the most ambitious tunneling project ever undertaken. [AL]
04:24
How do they produce tequila from cactus plants in Mexico? How does New York City run on steam? How do they produce soft ice cream? [AL]
04:48
A look at how everyday items including steel pulleys and acetate eyewear are made, revealing the materials and unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
05:12
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. [AL]