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Discovery Science
06:00
In this episode, find out how sulphuric acid and lead are combined into 100 million car batteries, how they turn beans into bars of chocolate and how toothbrushes clean our teeth.
06:26
Is hook and loop fabric really stronger than two monster trucks? Penn & Teller present seven stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake?
07:14
The team go to vertigo-inducing heights to test if it's possible to bob for an apple when jumping from a bungee cord. Plus, how about a match of tennis on a plane's wing?
08:02
Like our planet, Venus started with water. But it was destroyed by too much sun and rampant volcanism. Is this a vision of Earth's future?
08:50
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
09:38
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
10:26
Is hook and loop fabric really stronger than two monster trucks? Penn & Teller present seven stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake?
11:14
The team go to vertigo-inducing heights to test if it's possible to bob for an apple when jumping from a bungee cord. Plus, how about a match of tennis on a plane's wing?
12:02
Like our planet, Venus started with water. But it was destroyed by too much sun and rampant volcanism. Is this a vision of Earth's future?
12:50
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
13:38
Is hook and loop fabric really stronger than two monster trucks? Penn & Teller present seven stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake?
14:26
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
15:14
Like our planet, Venus started with water. But it was destroyed by too much sun and rampant volcanism. Is this a vision of Earth's future?
16:02
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
16:50
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
17:15
Discover how frozen strawberry cheesecakes, sea salt caramels, allergen-free snack bars and a culinary classic are created.
17:40
The Mythbusters examine myths from Star Wars. Could Luke really swing himself and Leia across a chasm with only his belt-rigged grappling hook?
18:30
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
19:20
The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
20:10
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
21:00
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
21:50
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank, fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
22:40
The Mythbusters examine myths from Star Wars. Could Luke really swing himself and Leia across a chasm with only his belt-rigged grappling hook?
23:30
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
23:55
Discover how frozen strawberry cheesecakes, sea salt caramels, allergen-free snack bars and a culinary classic are created.
00:20
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
01:10
The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
02:00
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
02:48
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank, fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
03:36
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
04:24
The Mythbusters examine myths from Star Wars. Could Luke really swing himself and Leia across a chasm with only his belt-rigged grappling hook?
05:12
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
05:36
Discover how frozen strawberry cheesecakes, sea salt caramels, allergen-free snack bars and a culinary classic are created.
06:00
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
06:26
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank, fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
07:14
The Mythbusters examine myths from Star Wars. Could Luke really swing himself and Leia across a chasm with only his belt-rigged grappling hook?
08:02
The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
08:50
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
09:38
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
10:26
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank, fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
11:14
The Mythbusters examine myths from Star Wars. Could Luke really swing himself and Leia across a chasm with only his belt-rigged grappling hook?
12:02
The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
12:50
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
13:38
A team comes together to construct Leonardo Da Vinci's visionary image of a tank, fitted with 30 cannons that fire 360 degrees around the three-tonne machine.
14:26
Four amateur makers are given the opportunity to present their home-grown products to a panel of savvy experts who decide if any of the inventions merit financial investment.
15:14
The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
16:02
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
16:50
In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
17:15
Discover how fruit goodies, sushi and a chocolate-filled crunchy corn snack are created, from raw materials to the finished products.
17:40
The Mythbusters test household myths: could a vacuum cleaner explode while sucking up black powder? Meanwhile, could a piano crash through your roof?
18:30
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce retro wagons, door mats, and footballs.
18:55
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce teddy bears, dish soap, and paper cups.
19:20
Go on a terrifying and fascinating journey to infinity and beyond, to the heart of the universe's ultimate enigma: a supermassive black hole.
20:10
Killer asteroids have long played a role in science fiction. But when a fireball exploded over Russia, the world was reminded that the threat is real. What can be done to stop it?
21:00
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce retro wagons, door mats, and footballs.
21:25
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce teddy bears, dish soap, and paper cups.
21:50
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
22:40
The Mythbusters test household myths: could a vacuum cleaner explode while sucking up black powder? Meanwhile, could a piano crash through your roof?
23:30
In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
23:55
Discover how fruit goodies, sushi and a chocolate-filled crunchy corn snack are created, from raw materials to the finished products.
00:20
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce retro wagons, door mats, and footballs.
00:45
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce teddy bears, dish soap, and paper cups.
01:10
Go on a terrifying and fascinating journey to infinity and beyond, to the heart of the universe's ultimate enigma: a supermassive black hole.
02:00
Killer asteroids have long played a role in science fiction. But when a fireball exploded over Russia, the world was reminded that the threat is real. What can be done to stop it?
02:48
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
03:36
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce retro wagons, door mats, and footballs.
04:00
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce teddy bears, dish soap, and paper cups.
04:24
The Mythbusters test household myths: could a vacuum cleaner explode while sucking up black powder? Meanwhile, could a piano crash through your roof?
05:12
In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
05:36
Discover how fruit goodies, sushi and a chocolate-filled crunchy corn snack are created, from raw materials to the finished products.
06:00
In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
06:26
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
07:14
The Mythbusters test household myths: could a vacuum cleaner explode while sucking up black powder? Meanwhile, could a piano crash through your roof?
08:02
Go on a terrifying and fascinating journey to infinity and beyond, to the heart of the universe's ultimate enigma: a supermassive black hole.
08:50
Killer asteroids have long played a role in science fiction. But when a fireball exploded over Russia, the world was reminded that the threat is real. What can be done to stop it?
09:38
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce retro wagons, door mats, and footballs.
10:02
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce teddy bears, dish soap, and paper cups.
10:26
The crew attempts to build the Renaissance master's most massive design: a three-storey siege ladder. But mistakes during the build threaten to render it immobile.
11:14
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
12:02
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
12:50
The Rosetta Mission is the pinnacle of a multi-decade quest. Follow Rosetta and Philae, a spacecraft and her lander, on the daring and historic journey to land on a comet.
13:38
Chronicles the drama of a quest that will bring the once ninth planet into focus, shattering all we have known and perhaps giving Pluto new status within the universe.
14:26
Asteroids have devastated life on Earth before and, left unchecked, they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle.
15:14
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
16:02
Professor Stephen Hawking traces the life span of the universe from the Big Bang to the ultimate cosmic implosion, all mapped in stunning CGI.
17:40
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause?
18:30
It's the biggest impact event in modern times. On February 15, 2013, a meteorite streaked across Russia, raining fireballs and causing a shock wave that injured over 1,000 people.
19:20
65 million years ago, an asteroid bigger than Mount Everest hit the Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs. Will we suffer the same fate? Phil Plait investigates.
20:10
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
21:00
Killer asteroids have long played a role in science fiction. But when a fireball exploded over Russia, the world was reminded that the threat is real. What can be done to stop it?
21:50
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
22:40
The extinction of the dinosaurs is one of Earth's greatest mysteries. A combination of the latest science, geology and palaeontology reconstructs their last apocalyptic days.
00:20
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause?
01:10
It's the biggest impact event in modern times. On February 15, 2013, a meteorite streaked across Russia, raining fireballs and causing a shock wave that injured over 1,000 people.
02:00
A closer look at the Asteroid Day Foundation and their mission to protect the world from dangerous asteroids through early detection.
02:48
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
03:36
The Rosetta Mission is the pinnacle of a multi-decade quest. Follow Rosetta and Philae, a spacecraft and her lander, on the daring and historic journey to land on a comet.
04:24
Chronicles the drama of a quest that will bring the once ninth planet into focus, shattering all we have known and perhaps giving Pluto new status within the universe.
05:12
Asteroids have devastated life on Earth before and, left unchecked, they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle.