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Discovery Science
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including reconditioned sander drums and lithographs made? [AL]
06:24
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]
06:48
How do stuntmen survive a bad day at work? How do they mine precious amber gemstones? How do they build Seabreacher watercraft that move like dolphins? [AL]
07:12
How is NYC supplied with the finest steaks? How do they produce the ultimate surround sound home cinema systems? [AL]
07:36
How is viscose transformed into clothing and cloth? How do they produce the world's favourite fizzy drinks? How do they make traditional English snuff? [AL]
08:00
How do they build the world's most expensive cable cars? How is vodka produced from grass? How do social networks connect people around the world? [AL]
08:24
How do skydiving suits work? How do they produce Surströmming, one of the world's smelliest foods? How do they transform weeds into walls? [AL]
08:48
Discover how patterned glass panels and road cases are made. We also see how stop-frame animation is achieved. [AL]
09:12
Everyday items go under the spotlight. How are industrial wire ropes, living walls and large format cameras made? [AL]
09:36
Discover how chocolate coins, pedal cars and latex swords are made in the latest episode of this popular series. [AL]
10:00
Discover how motorcycle jackets and shovels and spades are made. Plus, how is farmed caviar produced? [AL]
10:24
Archaeologist Ramy Romany examines well-preserved bodies from more than 2,000 years ago to see if they were victims of human sacrifice. [9-A]
11:12
A rugged ship built to withstand tsunami size waves travels on a highway unlike any other in North America. Later, a fleet of machines combats a massive flood. [AL]
12:00
The Yeti, a machine with 588 sharp teeth, helps keep the coldest airport in America running. Plus, mighty tugboats chew through ice chunks in Alaska. [AL]
12:50
Alaska's Coast Guard fights risky waters to maintain buoys standing three stories tall. Plus, an army of Alaskans build a steel ferry - several tons at a time. [AL]
13:38
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]
14:26
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]
15:14
If an asteroid collides with the earth it could end life on our planet as we know it. Experts reveal just how close we are to an apocalypse. [AL]
16:50
The discovery of extra-terrestrial life faces a near impossible challenge. Experts explore the problems with proving or disproving the existence of aliens. [9-A]
17:40
The universe's stars are dying faster than new ones are born. Experts investigate the last stars of the cosmos and what a stellar apocalypse means for Earth. [AL]
18:30
The time travelling machines of Hollywood movies offer infinite opportunities, but could time travel ever really be more than science fiction? [AL]
19:20
We move around in space, but we are stuck in a prison of time moving ever forwards. Could science ever make the clock move backwards? [AL]
20:10
An eyewitness in Kansas reveals photographic evidence of a UFO landing site. Meanwhile, Paul and Kawa disprove an official government account of a meteor impact. [AL]
21:00
Analysis uncovers a correlation between UFO sightings and secret government sites. Paul and Kawa track UFO reports and a former CIA witness breaks his silence. [AL]
21:50
A cryptozoologist investigates reports of a sea monster in Alaska. He reviews eyewitness accounts and examines never-before-seen video evidence. [6-A]
22:40
A woman claims to be under attack from an unseen force. Could it be linked to a Native American legend about a mysterious race of giants? [16-A]
23:30
German workers are exposed every day to major hazards as they build the massive skyscrapers, tunnels and other construction projects of the modern world. [AL]
00:20
Alex feels the pressure of a penalty shootout against the English Premier League's greatest-ever penalty taker. Later, he takes on a polygraph machine and tries to beat it. [AL]
01:10
Alexis travels back to America to improve his aim in the shooting range for a showdown with a champion marksman. Plus, he competes against a kayaking champion. [AL]
02:00
Alex attempts to defeat a nine-time Latvian motocross champion that was born to ride. Later, he has high hopes of carving up an expert Lumberjack in a head-to-head competition. [AL]
02:48
Hustler Alexis Conran tries to beat one of the greatest ten-pin-bowlers of all time, out-muscle a former Royal Marine Commando, and outplay a world class musician. [AL]
03:36
Ever wondered how a Lotus Evora is made? Join the How It's Made crew as they go to its birthplace and explore its gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Bentley Mulsanne? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:24
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Chevrolet Camaro? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:48
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Porsche Panamera? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [AL]
05:12
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]
05:36
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]
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope. What are the production processes behind common objects including wood panel canvases and shoelaces? [AL]
06:24
Alex races across London against a black-cab driver, tries to escape from the clutches of a professional tracker and his team, and beat a grandmaster of memory. [AL]
07:12
Todd will discover how to become more Adaptable. To prove that it is possible, he will be challenged to climb a 120-metre rock-face blindfolded! [AL]
08:00
Todd sets out to improve his sight, hearing and touch. To prove that his sensory perception has been enhanced, he will compete in a safe-cracking competition. [AL]
08:48
To demonstrate that it is possible to overcome fear, Todd will attempt to walk on a wire across two skyscrapers - a world first for someone new to wire walking. [AL]
09:36
German workers are exposed every day to major hazards as they build the massive skyscrapers, tunnels and other construction projects of the modern world. [AL]
10:24
How do billions of bees produce tonnes of California almonds? How do they clear the snow to keep Norway's planes in action? How are tricky stains removed? [AL]
10:48
How is a modern fighter jet built? How do Belgium's Trappist monks make the world's finest beers? How do they build America's best performing SUV? [AL]
11:12
How do volcanoes help produce the world's best guacamole? How do they build trucks that can cross swamps? How do they make the world-famous Fiskars scissors? [AL]
11:36
How do they make steel cables strong enough to hold up a 50,000 tonne bridge? Why do modern hunters use medieval weapons? [AL]
12:00
How do they make Tennessee whiskey the traditional Lincoln County way? How do night goggles work? How do the Finnish relax in 160-degree saunas? [AL]
12:24
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
How do they make an almost invisible hearing aid that connects wirelessly to your phone? And, how do they build the carriages for London's new underground railway? [AL]
14:50
How do they build the remote-controlled underwater robots that do the jobs too dangerous for human divers? And, how do they make the world's most cuddly teddy bears? [AL]
15:14
Justin uncovers the truth behind a 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]
16:02
Would you ever believe a skyscraper can melt a car? Justin heads to London's Walkie Talkie building to unearth the science behind this building blunder. [AL]
16:50
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]
17:40
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]
18:30
On the island of Sitka, Alaskan engineers construct a colossal dam to power the entire town. Plus, Alaska's biggest boat lift hauls a 400-ton fishing ship. [AL]
19:20
Archaeologist Ramy Romany examines well-preserved bodies from more than 2,000 years ago to see if they were victims of human sacrifice. [9-A]
20:10
Josh traverses the land of the Nile to reveal the secrets of Ancient Egypt's most powerful and elusive women: Hatshepsut, Nefertiti and Cleopatra. [9-A]
21:00
Josh continues his journey through Egypt to uncover the secrets of ancient history's most powerful women rulers: Nefertiti and Cleopatra. [9-A]
21:50
The city of Thebes was the religious centre of Egypt's New Kingdom. How did workers construct the largest religious site in the ancient world? [9-A]
22:40
A pioneering experiment shows how ancient Egyptians built the giant obelisks of Thebes. New findings suggest how they prompted the downfall of the pharaohs. [9-A]
23:30
We move around in space, but we are stuck in a prison of time moving ever forwards. Could science ever make the clock move backwards? [AL]
00:20
A spacewalker loses his vision and is locked outside his craft after a malfunction. Plus, cosmonauts are engulfed by a fire while still on the launchpad. [9-A]
01:10
An astronaut performs an emergency procedure to save a new ISS solar array. Plus, the first Korean astronaut has a bumpy ride during re-entry. [9-A]
02:00
A power failure occurs on the ISS forcing the crew to consider abandoning the station. Plus, during a spacewalk a cosmonaut is nearly stranded after a suit malfunction. [9-A]
02:48
A leak threatens the lives of astronauts upon re-entry. And a mission to the Salyut space station takes a surprise turn when the crew suffers from depressurisation. [9-A]
03:36
Manned missions to Mars are the next frontier of human exploration and NASA wants to put boots on the Red Planet by 2035. But, is it mission impossible? [AL]
04:24
Picture your dream car - does it look like a Peugeot RCZ R? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:48
Picture your dream car - does it look like an Ariel Atom 3S? The crew heads to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [AL]
05:12
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]
05:36
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]
06:00
How are car headlamps, directional drills, and combs made? And how is stained glass restored? [AL]
06:24
How are handcrafted skis, septic tanks, hydroformed chassis pants, and aquarium windows made? [AL]
06:48
How are zip line brakes, silk fibre lamps, round balers, and comfort shoes made? [AL]
07:12
How are armoured vehicles, tension fabric buildings, rowers, and sculpture enlargements made? [AL]
07:36
How are mountain bike suspensions, surgical sutures, grain dryers, and frying pans made? [AL]
08:00
How are downhill ski bindings, immersion parts washers, mining ventilation and pencil sharpeners made? [AL]
08:24
What gives humans a unique identity? Are humans born with a permanent sense of self or can identities be altered in profound and significant ways? [AL]
09:12
Can there be such a thing as nothing? The work of scientists may uncover what our cosmos is made of and when it might collapse into an empty void again. [AL]
10:00
It's the final days of the season and Ryan struggles to locate a woman suffering severe abdominal pains, and Jason battles to reach a collapsed climber in the Death Zone. [9-AT]
10:48
Andy tries to survive a remote tropical jungle in Hawaii. Making his electronic equipment work in this environment pushes his hacking skills to the limit. [AL]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how indie car seats, paper flowers and stand-by generators are made. [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including knee replacements are made. [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]
12:50
Rochelle has maggots in her ears - can doctors remove them? Meanwhile, Nigel is treated for a snake bite, and Terence has malaria. [9-A]
13:38
Wayne reads minds, Ben turns an elderly lady into a crate-lifting machine with his bicep booster, and James' explosive voodoo wows a crowd; can the magic be explained? [AL]
14:02
Wayne explodes a bottle with his mind, Billy proves her psychic powers, and Ben reads thoughts to predict drink orders; but what is the science behind the magic? [AL]
14:26
How can a magician levitate or appear to crush a 10 ton tanker like it's a Coca Cola can? Find out, as star magicians reveal the science behind their most remarkable illusions. [AL]
14:50
Billy Kidd shows off her sword skills by slicing a basketball clean in two, and Nate uses the same sword in a terrifying stunt that puts his life on the line. [AL]
15:14
Andy is stranded alone on an island in the Pacific Ocean, and with a tropical storm looming, he must use his tech to find food and stay alive. [AL]
16:02
Andy braves the Louisiana swamp, a deadly place packed with alligators, snakes, and dangerous predators. He rigs his bag of tech to escape back to civilisation. [AL]
16:50
To truly live again, we must resurrect our bodies and minds. Scientists are now developing ways to digitally preserve the contents of our brains. [AL]
17:40
Researchers are uncovering our inner demons, looking for ways to neutralize the source of evil in the brain. But can psychopaths who lack empathy be helped? [AL]
18:30
How are gingerbread houses, livestock trailers, bottom-rolling hangar doors, and toy figurines made? [AL]
18:55
How are traffic signal poles, coffee filters, and chainsaw mining machines made? [AL]
19:20
How are time-delay locks, brownies, pallet dispensers, and crystal chandeliers made? [AL]
19:45
How are mouth-blown window glass, water pumps, sake, and tweezers made? [AL]
20:10
How are decadent champagne, the everyday necessity of ATMs, and powerful marine turbochargers made? [AL]
20:35
How are sharpening steels, bladder pumps, ironing boards, and kayak paddles made? [AL]
21:00
Evolution explains life exists for one purpose: to reproduce. However, a new theory suggests that humans may have another purpose. [AL]
21:50
Geysers are discovered on a frozen moon, NASA redirects a probe on a mission to find proof of life, and a future US President is eyewitness to a UFO. [AL]
22:40
Astronomers detect a potentially habitable planet tantalizingly close to Earth. A chance discovery at NASA reveals a top secret military space program. [AL]
23:30
What gives humans a unique identity? Are humans born with a permanent sense of self or can identities be altered in profound and significant ways? [AL]
00:20
Can there be such a thing as nothing? The work of scientists may uncover what our cosmos is made of and when it might collapse into an empty void again. [AL]
01:10
Wayne reads minds, Ben turns an elderly lady into a crate-lifting machine with his bicep booster, and James' explosive voodoo wows a crowd; can the magic be explained? [AL]
01:35
Wayne explodes a bottle with his mind, Billy proves her psychic powers, and Ben reads thoughts to predict drink orders; but what is the science behind the magic? [AL]
02:00
How can a magician levitate or appear to crush a 10 ton tanker like it's a Coca Cola can? Find out, as star magicians reveal the science behind their most remarkable illusions. [AL]
02:24
Billy Kidd shows off her sword skills by slicing a basketball clean in two, and Nate uses the same sword in a terrifying stunt that puts his life on the line. [AL]
02:48
Evolution explains life exists for one purpose: to reproduce. However, a new theory suggests that humans may have another purpose. [AL]
03:36
Picture your dream car - does it look like an Audi S8? The crew visit its birthplace, revealing the complex inner workings and the gorgeous exterior. [AL]
04:00
Picture your dream car - does it look like an Ultima Evolution? The crew go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior. [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
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]