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Discovery Science
06:00
Find out how products are made around the world as we reveal the secrets of production. Featuring ball bearings, what goes into cartoonist's ink and how false eyes are made.
06:26
Meets super charged power trippers who drop knives from cranes, take aim at explosive-packed refrigerators and pull off the world's first skydive from a drone!
07:14
Adam and Jamie crank the controversy to the max as they find out if hands-free driving is really the solution to making that all-important call at the wheel.
08:02
Exploring what would happen if a large asteroid hit Earth, what we, as a planet, are currently doing to protect ourselves, and what we should be doing in the future.
08:50
How do they transform raw cane into sugar? How do they farm fish? And how do they create tailor-made suits that are ready within the day?
09:14
What are the mouthwatering secrets behind tasty treats? A sweet fusion of the French crepe and the Russian blini, how is a cheese-filled crepini made?
09:38
Meets super charged power trippers who drop knives from cranes, take aim at explosive-packed refrigerators and pull off the world's first skydive from a drone!
10:26
From invisible aircraft carriers to mega-yachts and personal submarines, witness the birth of the ships that will change the face of water transportation.
11:14
Adam and Jamie crank the controversy to the max as they find out if hands-free driving is really the solution to making that all-important call at the wheel.
12:02
Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
12:50
Exploring what would happen if a large asteroid hit Earth, what we, as a planet, are currently doing to protect ourselves, and what we should be doing in the future.
13:38
How do they transform raw cane into sugar? How do they farm fish? And how do they create tailor-made suits that are ready within the day?
14:02
What are the mouthwatering secrets behind tasty treats? A sweet fusion of the French crepe and the Russian blini, how is a cheese-filled crepini made?
14:26
Meets super charged power trippers who drop knives from cranes, take aim at explosive-packed refrigerators and pull off the world's first skydive from a drone!
15:14
From invisible aircraft carriers to mega-yachts and personal submarines, witness the birth of the ships that will change the face of water transportation.
16:02
Exploring what would happen if a large asteroid hit Earth, what we, as a planet, are currently doing to protect ourselves, and what we should be doing in the future.
16:50
How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
17:40
In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
18:05
How are popular foods mass-produced? There's a lesson in Japanese tradition in making gluten-free shirataki noodles. Plus, how are spinach potato latkes made?
18:30
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
19:20
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with around 450kg of high explosive before building a home-made machine-gun from the 'Breaking Bad' season finale.
20:10
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
21:00
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
21:50
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
22:40
In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
23:05
How are popular foods mass-produced? There's a lesson in Japanese tradition in making gluten-free shirataki noodles. Plus, how are spinach potato latkes made?
23:30
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with around 450kg of high explosive before building a home-made machine-gun from the 'Breaking Bad' season finale.
00:20
How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
01:10
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
02:00
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
02:48
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
03:36
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with around 450kg of high explosive before building a home-made machine-gun from the 'Breaking Bad' season finale.
04:24
In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
04:48
How are popular foods mass-produced? There's a lesson in Japanese tradition in making gluten-free shirataki noodles. Plus, how are spinach potato latkes made?
05:12
How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
06:00
Find out how products are manufactured around the world. How are Russian dolls manufactured, how is aloe vera produced and how are flags made?
06:26
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
07:14
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with around 450kg of high explosive before building a home-made machine-gun from the 'Breaking Bad' season finale.
08:02
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
08:50
In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
09:14
How are popular foods mass-produced? There's a lesson in Japanese tradition in making gluten-free shirataki noodles. Plus, how are spinach potato latkes made?
09:38
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
10:26
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
11:14
Adam and Jamie blow up a boat with around 450kg of high explosive before building a home-made machine-gun from the 'Breaking Bad' season finale.
12:02
How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
12:50
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
13:38
In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
14:02
How are popular foods mass-produced? There's a lesson in Japanese tradition in making gluten-free shirataki noodles. Plus, how are spinach potato latkes made?
14:26
Investigators use up-to-date technology in the hope of finding answers to the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion.
15:14
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
16:02
Our Solar System resembles a cosmic pinball machine. Discover how collisions have created our moon, left gashes on Jupiter and caused pieces of Mars to end up on Earth.
16:50
Could there be multiple versions of reality? Scientists explore the possibility that the fate of the universe may depend on hidden cosmic twins.
17:40
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.
18:05
The recipe for peanut butter cups hasn't changed in nearly a century - how are they made? Also, there's a look at making barrels of Italian puttanesca sauce.
18:30
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
19:20
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
20:10
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
21:00
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
21:50
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
22:40
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.
23:05
The recipe for peanut butter cups hasn't changed in nearly a century - how are they made? Also, there's a look at making barrels of Italian puttanesca sauce.
23:30
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
00:20
Could there be multiple versions of reality? Scientists explore the possibility that the fate of the universe may depend on hidden cosmic twins.
01:10
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
02:00
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
02:48
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
03:36
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
04:24
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.
04:48
The recipe for peanut butter cups hasn't changed in nearly a century - how are they made? Also, there's a look at making barrels of Italian puttanesca sauce.
05:12
Could there be multiple versions of reality? Scientists explore the possibility that the fate of the universe may depend on hidden cosmic twins.
06:00
Find out how products are manufactured around the world as we reveal the secrets of production. Featuring the vodka Russian Standard, the gigantic Chinamax ships and abalone.
06:26
From sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, plus forces that eat snow, cause walruses to gather and make beaches disappear.
07:14
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
08:02
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
08:50
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.
09:14
The recipe for peanut butter cups hasn't changed in nearly a century - how are they made? Also, there's a look at making barrels of Italian puttanesca sauce.
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
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
11:14
Elite builders face off to become the next Mythbusters crew and test two tall tales - the sideways ejector seat and infamous 'Deflategate' football.
12:02
Could there be multiple versions of reality? Scientists explore the possibility that the fate of the universe may depend on hidden cosmic twins.
12:50
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
13:38
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.
14:02
The recipe for peanut butter cups hasn't changed in nearly a century - how are they made? Also, there's a look at making barrels of Italian puttanesca sauce.
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
In this episode, climb aboard trains that can submerge themselves beneath the ocean waves, take to the skies, and even journey to the centre of the Earth.
16:02
A look at the construction of - and the science behind - the Discovery Channel telescope.
16:50
Peeling back the layers of existence, scientists examine whether new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the universe.
17:40
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
18:05
Chocolate truffles, healthy muffins and red hot candies go under the spotlight. How are these food-favourites mass-produced in high-tech factories?
18:30
Despite Pluto's appearance as a dark and frozen world, scientists are investigating whether there might be warm liquid water beneath the surface.
19:20
The remaining competitors return attempt to solve the myth about painting with explosives. Plus, they test the theory that alcohol increases creativity.
20:10
Journey through space and examine the cosmic battles being waged between celestial bodies. Could our own galaxy clash with its closest neighbour Andromeda?
21:00
Despite Pluto's appearance as a dark and frozen world, scientists are investigating whether there might be warm liquid water beneath the surface.
21:50
'Future Megatropolis' journeys down the ultra-safe streets of tomorrow, across pavements that generate energy from footsteps and sky-farms that feed millions of people.
22:40
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
23:05
Chocolate truffles, healthy muffins and red hot candies go under the spotlight. How are these food-favourites mass-produced in high-tech factories?
23:30
The remaining competitors return attempt to solve the myth about painting with explosives. Plus, they test the theory that alcohol increases creativity.
00:20
Peeling back the layers of existence, scientists examine whether new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the universe.
01:10
Journey through space and examine the cosmic battles being waged between celestial bodies. Could our own galaxy clash with its closest neighbour Andromeda?
02:00
Despite Pluto's appearance as a dark and frozen world, scientists are investigating whether there might be warm liquid water beneath the surface.
02:48
'Future Megatropolis' journeys down the ultra-safe streets of tomorrow, across pavements that generate energy from footsteps and sky-farms that feed millions of people.
03:36
The remaining competitors return attempt to solve the myth about painting with explosives. Plus, they test the theory that alcohol increases creativity.
04:24
In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
04:48
Chocolate truffles, healthy muffins and red hot candies go under the spotlight. How are these food-favourites mass-produced in high-tech factories?
05:12
Peeling back the layers of existence, scientists examine whether new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the universe.