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Discovery Science
06:00
Discover how they designed a car that can call emergency services, how to turn metal into magnets and how the biggest ships are propelled.
06:26
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
07:14
Constructions like you've never seen them before. 'Building the Biggest' is about the billion-dollar construction projects that shape our everyday world.
08:02
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
08:50
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
09:14
Head to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where one of America's longest-running companies reveals the secret to making golden square-shaped fish fillets.
09:38
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
10:26
Kevin and Grant find a way to chill a drink in less than a minute. Plus, they play backyard astronaut in an attempt to send a camera to the edge of space.
11:14
Constructions like you've never seen them before. 'Building the Biggest' is about the billion-dollar construction projects that shape our everyday world.
12:02
The technology to move our civilisation to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology?
12:50
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
13:38
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
14:02
Head to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where one of America's longest-running companies reveals the secret to making golden square-shaped fish fillets.
14:26
Beneath the hood of your car lies the history of the Universe-the various metals present are the result of violent cosmic events at the dawn of time.
15:14
Kevin and Grant find a way to chill a drink in less than a minute. Plus, they play backyard astronaut in an attempt to send a camera to the edge of space.
16:02
Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain - why isn't their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
16:50
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
17:40
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
18:05
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
18:30
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
19:20
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
20:10
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
21:00
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
21:50
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
22:40
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
23:05
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
23:30
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
00:20
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
01:10
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
02:00
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
02:48
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
03:36
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
04:24
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
04:48
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
05:12
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
06:00
How do they look after sharks at the world's biggest aquarium? How do they grow precious stones? And what does it take to build a luxury Bentley?
06:26
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
07:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
08:02
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
08:50
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
09:14
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
09:38
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
10:26
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
11:14
This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the Canadian Diamond Rush which is currently underway.
12:02
Is it possible that today's robots could evolve to be smarter than humans, or will we choose to merge with the machines?
12:50
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
13:38
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
14:02
Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
14:26
Amateur inventors are given the opportunity to present their products to a team of experts. From dog toys to personal robots, do any of the inventions merit financial investment?
15:14
Kevin and Grant become monsters of the fairway when they turn a golf cart into a monster truck. Plus, the guys take on the science of Spider-Man.
16:02
Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
16:50
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
17:40
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
18:05
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
18:30
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
18:55
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
19:20
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
20:10
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.
21:00
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
21:25
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
21:50
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
22:40
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
23:05
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
23:30
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
00:20
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
01:10
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.
02:00
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
02:24
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
02:48
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
03:36
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
04:24
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
04:48
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
05:12
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
06:00
How do they avoid docking disasters when handling a thousand ships a day, how do they create a world of oil reserves from sticky forest mud, or bring old movies back to life?
06:26
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
06:50
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
07:14
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
08:02
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.
08:50
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
09:14
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
09:38
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
10:02
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
10:26
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
11:14
Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
12:02
What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside us are traces of cells from relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
12:50
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.
13:38
How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they pour centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world class football boots?
14:02
Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
14:26
Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP launderette experience.
14:50
Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and have their personal space invaded.
15:14
The guys engineer a plan to survive a three-story fall without a parachute. Plus, how will they fare when trying to escape the powers of homemade quicksand?
16:02
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.
16:50
Our minds store our entire lives, memories and desires, like biological computers. Could brain hackers someday be able to rewrite our thoughts?
17:40
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
18:05
Learn the production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings.
18:30
The competition begins in the opener of this series, in which design engineers vie to create the most innovative solution to a technological challenge.
19:20
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce plastic pink flamingos and tea lights.
19:45
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce crayons and bicycles.
20:10
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water.
21:00
The competition begins in the opener of this series, in which design engineers vie to create the most innovative solution to a technological challenge.
21:50
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music.
22:40
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
23:05
Learn the production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings.
23:30
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce plastic pink flamingos and tea lights.
23:55
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce crayons and bicycles.
00:20
Our minds store our entire lives, memories and desires, like biological computers. Could brain hackers someday be able to rewrite our thoughts?
01:10
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water.
02:00
The competition begins in the opener of this series, in which design engineers vie to create the most innovative solution to a technological challenge.
02:48
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music.
03:36
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce plastic pink flamingos and tea lights.
04:01
How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce crayons and bicycles.
04:24
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War Two landmines? How do they make crisp-tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
04:48
Learn the production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings.
05:12
Our minds store our entire lives, memories and desires, like biological computers. Could brain hackers someday be able to rewrite our thoughts?